[In search of decoration ...] Spotlight on wooden trellises
The cloister, this perforated wall that serves as a separation between two spaces, is no longer confined to outdoor. More deco and decidedly trendy, the cloister invites itself into our interiors, often with style. How and why adopt it? The writing answers you.
Friend of small spaces, which it partitions without smothering them, the wooden cloister reinvents itself also in the family houses or the lofts of architect. Very comfortable in the railing on the stairs, it separates the bathroom from the sleeping area as well as the kitchen of the living room in the studio and structure the space at a glance. A little darling of decorating pro, the wooden claustra is made must-have ... to dethrone the indoor canopy?
See also> Ideas to partition the space otherwise
The cloister, a development that sends wood!
In the 1001 boards that Pinterest account, the claustra is fashionable. Generally performed Oak, this perforated wall plays on the verticality and thus allowsenlarge any living space, visually. Also, the cloister gives rhythm and allows the light to pass from one room to another. In short, it's all good!
Energize the office area with a perforated wood claustria just what you need
Joe Fletcher / via Pinterest
Opt for a wooden trellis as a railing on the stairs
Studio Build, Bob Greenspan Photo / via Pinterest
More woody inspirations here> Ingenious wood fittings for the home
In the pro too, the cloister is king!
When rethinking an apartment or a house, the interior designers of Côté Maison Projects also rely on the cloister. As proof, Margaux Meza and Carla Lopez, of Transition Interior Design, have made one of their decorative signatures: "the claustras have become for us a real alternative to the windows." Very graphic, these openwork walls allow to partition the space while letting the light circulate, you get an interesting sensation of depth, which we love more than anything, the play of light and shade that they offer throughout the day! "
Mini wooden trellises to structure the open night area on the day
More photos of this achievement, signed MyHomeDesign
A cloister all height to delimit the bathroom in the room
Porcelain stoneware tile bought at Raboni and mirror Gio Ponti for Gubi.
More pictures of this 71 m2 Parisian where we feel good, renovated by Pierre Petit, Workshop Daaa
A graphic cloister between kitchen and living room, ideal in a studio
More photos of this 30 m2 which has all a great!, Renovated by Carla Lopez and Margaux Meza, from Transition Interior Design
Raw wood trellises matched to the library of the entrance, all made to measure
More pictures of this achievement, signed A / K architectures