The shift towards open-plan living in the early 20th century came about for many reasons, from the ease of entertaining guests and minding kids, to making rooms feel larger and allowing flexibility in furniture arrangements. Despite the benefits, though, open-plan living has not been without its inconveniences, from cooking smells wafting through living spaces to (often) decreased storage space.
One of the drawbacks of open-plan living is the lack of privacy.
Room dividers are a clever tool that adds more separation and storage potential than simply zoning with flooring or furniture, but without blocking light or sacrificing an open-plan mood in the way a solid wall would.
Room dividers are made from different materials, but the most commonly used is plywood. Decorative birch plywood room dividers are successfully used in house design and office decoration. Room dividers instantly make something out of nothing, turning office open space rooms into multiple spaces with separation and privacy.
Room dividers in house design can create a totally new style, especially if you aren’t allowed to nail holes in a rented apartment. They can even create the illusion that a room has more square footage.
Richwise is pleased to offer a professional CNC router and design service to create any room divider from our plywood.
Lacquered Birch plywood is one of the best materials for this purpose and is available at our Melbourne warehouse in the following sizes:
1220 mm x 2440 mm x 12 mm, 33 sheets per pack;
1220 mm x 2440 mm x 18 mm, 22 sheets per pack.
Lacquered Birch plywood panels in other sizes, cut-to-size panels, and machining are available by request.
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