Thomasville armoire – Open plan living in residential areas such as studio apartments and urban loft makes maximum use of space and light, creating a bright and airy effect. However, there are a number of reasons for adding space divisions in these spaces.
Determine how to share the available space. Take into account the position of windows because you do not want to block all natural light and create a dark corner. Place a Thomasville armoire tightly against the wall in between two beds in a shared room, for example a room that siblings share. The depth of the armoire offers both riding a small amount of privacy in bed and creates extra storage. Create a large divider in a large space such as a long dining room and living room using two armoires placed side by side. Alternatively, position an armoire on each side of the room and create a passage area between, while providing light and airy open-plan atmosphere.
Use an armoire to provide privacy in the bedroom in a small studio. Place the Thomasville armoire next to the bed leaving enough room to get up in the morning without stubbing your toe on the armoire. Combine an armoire with other room divider as an open shelf bookcase compartment or a decorative display. This is a suitable option in larger open plan spaces such as an urban loft, where a single armoire will not make much of an effect.