The lattice panels and screens are commonly used to obtain privacy and visual separation of a space, without eliminating lighting and ventilation. But the most beautiful of all this, is that they are powerfully decorative. They can also be used as headboards, balcony rails and staircases and even as if it were a painting behind the chair. These lattices and panels are made of MDF, composite aluminum and PVC, and then they are lacquered or left in the natural ready to be displayed. However when dividing without separating you can also resort to traditional materials such as wood in which there are countless creative possibilities.
The exquisite design frames the area from end to end, but in the center there are wooden bars or sheets that support glass shelves. The space that is fundamentally white is very well accompanied by the color of the wood and the warmth of this noble material. It is a division with a lot of openness and can be moved if desired or removed at a certain time. Its presence is subtle because of the thinness of its plates; excellent idea for a woody space. The dividing element is a thick wooden frame that contains a painted glass.
24 Photos Gallery of: Powerfully Decorative Lattice Panels Separation of a Space
Such work has been possible with a template or with a very good stroke. It contrasts that white with the red of its wall next to it and gives a youthful artistic touch to the place. In this case, the dividing element is formed by a panel similar to and contiguous to the design of the roof beam that looks like an interior pergola. In addition a showy climber is outlined in its growth to become the division in a vertical garden option. In this design we wanted to define the entrance of a building by dividing its access, providing some privacy. The matte black lattice provides sobriety, is very decorative and does not prevent the passage of air and light. Curved panels can also be manufactured with resistant materials such as aluminum or steel.
Separators with mosaics , in the Arabic style , filter the light creating very interesting effects. Formerly they used to be wooden lattices, since they were carved by hand, and of dark colors, to emphasize the contrast between lights and shadows, but nowadays they have been evolving giving rise to geometric forms of straight lines (adapting more to the contemporary style) and using different materials, such as metal, steel, PVC, aluminum, DM, etc., with more or less dense composition that will filter more or less light, etc.