Choose a beautiful kitchen, a bedroom or a very important sofa but you must not neglect to embellish balconies, terraces and gardens, with special dividers. It will be very fun to indulge yourself in the choice of walls and structures, able to accommodate our climbing and non-climbing plants, in order to be able to build a real green corner. When you invite your friends to lunch or dinner, they cannot fail to compliment you because it is necessary to make the internal space of the house beautiful and functional but the organization and welcoming of outdoor spaces, whether small balconies, plays an essential role. or huge gardens, what about your privacy? If you want to enjoy your free time in peace, perhaps dedicating yourself to gardening and your terrace or garden borders on that of your neighbors, it is essential to use these dividers which have the main function of delimiting the boundaries of the property or part of it but protect you. from the gaze of any prying eyes. On the market there are all types from the cheapest to the most sought after but in this guide we would like to offer you some design solutions and why not maybe advise you in the construction of do-it-yourself dividing structures.
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Garden divider modelsIf you don’t exactly have a green thumb, the Swedish company Offect introduces on the market, Green Divider, a carefully designed room divider that manages to decorate your space, without using any plants. Louise Henderstom Swedish designer, has created a real piece of furniture in its own right.

The German company Dedon with the designer Jean Marie Massaud, on the other hand, offers Green, a woven separ, ideal for climbing plants. This solution was designed specifically to create a relaxation area to combine with LED lighting or outdoor lamps. What about the beautiful Green Wall created by Deesawat? It is made of teak wood and is also functional for the interior, with the possibility of inserting planters and shelves of various kinds and sizes.The Italian Unopi introduces us to Caprice, which manages to combine the divider and the planter from the particular shapes. It consists of a long vase with decorative panels made of perforated sheet metal and galvanized iron. To camouflage the bare walls, the architect Arik Levy, on behalf of Flora (a leading German company specializing in garden systems and furnishings), invented Comb-ination. It is always a modular structure but this time it has a honeycomb shape, designed to be implemented over time, based on the growth of the plant that you decide to grow. Combi-nation adapts in a free standing version as separ and available in different colors, for all the needs of balconies, terraces and gardens.A further solution for those hated empty walls, represented by Wall up, conceived by architect Marco Roveggio and launched on the market by Coar srl of Brescia . This practical system allows you to cover a wall vertically by placing several aluminum planters attached to a metal structure fixed to the wall with the possibility of being able to connect it to a plastic basin or pipes, to collect excess water.

GraticciIf you have the opportunity to use a large garden, in designing yours, you will have to give the visitor a sense of direction by inducing him to continue the patrol. The room divider plays a fundamental role in the overall view of the garden. So far we have talked about “important” dividers, although to embellish or delimit a space it is also possible to opt for a light trellis. Suffice it to say that in Japan it is usual to delimit the path of a garden even with just a stone. You can use the grid walls at will to create optical effects while niches and arches made up of lattices, and leaning against a wall, annihilate the closed effect of a small garden. The gratings can be made of wood and above all those of iron, creating a refined and elegant atmosphere and at the same time a practical and simple solution for setting up fences for plants inside. Like the wooden ones, they are used not only for dividing terraces and gardens, but also for covering gazebos and for shielding the area they use. The gratings to form partitions will have different dimensions from those used as a simple fence. For the outside, wrought iron gratings are preferred, which represent marvelous masterpieces of our craftsmanship with a refined and extremely refined knit.

Modern dividing accessories seem like temporary structures, perhaps because those who made them saved on the quality of the materials with which they were produced. For the safety of your garden, especially if it is large enough, it is preferable to use medium-high quality plants made by our craftsmen.

If you choose an iron grating you must understand that the one with the craftsmanship will cost more than the industrial one.You can still consult the numerous catalogs of the companies that manufacture them containing the technical characteristics and the treatments to which the iron has been subjected in order not to rust and last. in time. The suppliers will also have to explain in detail the fixing methods as it often happens that due to strong gusts of wind the structure not well implanted has been demolished. Whether you go to a retailer of gardening items, a shopping center or online store, always have a quote drawn up because the price includes the cost related to the quotation of the raw material used, the iron.

DIY room dividerYou can give free rein to your creativity by designing an object that fully satisfies your needs. First you need to get some palm leaves and bamboo canes. They are easily available and do not forget to collect enough and proceed to dry with exposure to the sun. Then you have to take the correct measurements to be able to make the holes in the ground where you are going to insert the support poles of the structure that you will place. After you have planted these poles, you will join them to the bamboo sticks, using sturdy twine. The last and most imaginative step is to cover the whole, fixing ad hoc, with palm leaves. Simple isn’t it?

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