A variety of screen and partitions in the interior carry out not only practical (for example, zoning ), but also an aesthetic function. Competent use of decorative walls will help to create beautiful and functional interior.

Partitions in the interior is not a trend. Sliding screens-partitions are an integral part of the traditional Japanese interior. Now, of course, the assortment of partitions is not exhausted only by sliding screens: you can choose partitions of different types, made of a variety of materials.

If you decide to use partitions in the interior of the room, you need to consider several important requirements that apply to most types of walls. The first requirement is ease and strength. When choosing the material of the partition, be sure to consider the permissible load on the floor. If you plan to hang something on the partition, it must withstand a certain cantilever load. Also, the partitions used in living quarters should be made of environmentally friendly materials, be fireproof and moisture resistant.

All the partitions are divided into transforming and stationary. Transforming walls   - this is all the famous screens. They can be sliding, folding, unfolding. The advantage of transforming partitions is that they can be installed in any room and cleaned if they are not needed. They provide a flexible interior layout.

Stationary partitions   are installed "once and for all", so before installing them you need to carefully design the interior of the room. Usually they are cheaper than the transformable ones (provided the same materials are used), because they do not require additional use of fastening systems and reversal / sliding mechanisms.

It is more logical to use a partition in the interior of large rooms. for example, a living room, or in apartments with free planning. Often, screens and partitions are used to divide into functional areas a room that performs several functions. For example, in the children's room, the screen can help separate the work area from the game room or bedroom. In the combined bathroom the sliding partition will divide the bath and the toilet.

Partitions used in interior can be made from many different materials. They can be solid (for example, brick), and can be a frame (most often of metal or PVC), which is inserted "filler".

As a "filler" there may be drywall, plywood, laminate, wood, glass, foam, fabric and other materials. Sometimes, a combination of several materials, for example, glass, metal, glass, wood, etc. Depending on the material of the partition walls in the interior are transparent, translucent, deaf or combined.

Partitions can be additionally decorated   tiles, mosaic, decorative stone, decorative plaster, various types of wallpaper. In addition to decorative decoration, niches and through openings, shelves and columns can be used to decorate the partitions. You can also use decorative partition lighting.

Very popular glass partitions in the interior. Rarely leave them transparent, because one of the objectives of partitioning is to separate the part of the space of the room, to hide it from prying eyes. Therefore, most in-room glass partition matiauda (for example, using sandblasting ) or made in the form of stained glass (it can be as real and pseudowires).

Partitions can be low, and reach up to the ceiling. Stationary partitions are often used to place other elements of decor - electric fireplaces, aquariums. In this case, you need to make sure that both the floor and the partition will withstand the load. Hooks for clothes can be fixed on a decorative partition using it instead of a cabinet, or shelves. Recall that in this case the partition must withstand a certain cantilever load.

Partitions in the interior   - this is primarily a functional element, but if you select and use a partition correctly, it can become an excellent decoration of the interior, an unusual fashionable accent.