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25 Functional Pony Walls Ideas For Your Home
Pony walls are half walls that are used to slightly divide the spaces: they don’t go all the way up to the ceiling but still separate visually. They used to be widely incorporated into various spaces and now you can see more and more of them again thanks to the functionality. Let’s have a look at some ideas to incorporate such walls into your home decor.
Pony walls are most often used in bathrooms, and it’s no wonder because they are very organic there. You can use such a wall to separate the bathtub space from the toilet to make it look harmonious and cool. Showers are often built with pony walls with glass inserted into them or no glass – this is very cool. Incorporate some storage spaces into these pony shelves to store bathroom stuff.
a gorgeous marble pony wall with a glass top to organize a space and separate the shower and the bathtub space
a large shower space is done with a pony wall and white orchids on them that add a luxurious feel
a plaster covered bathroom with a pony wall to divide the shower space from the rest
a pony wall with a glass part is ideal to separate the shower and keep all the water inside
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separate the bathtub from the toilet zone to make the space more stylish and comfortable
Use a pony wall to separate the sleeping space and the closet, home office or a bathroom. Use this wall as a headboard, add storage inside and attach shelves or lamps and sconces. If you want a sleek look, opt for a non-storage pony wall. This is a great idea to zone the bedroom and keep it spacious and light-filled.
a storage pony wall separates the sleeping space and the closet and works as a headboard
a pony wall upholstered from the bed side to separate it from the closet zone
a pony wall with shelves and artworks as a decorative element and a divider for the sleeping and dressing space
a modern grey and natural wood pony wall acts as a headboard and as a space divider and features storage
a pony wall headboard separates the sleeping space from the closet but not too much
Entryways/ Living Rooms
Entryways and living rooms can be slightly separated from each other using pony walls. We strongly recommend to add storage spaces and even benches from the entryway side to such walls. You may also go for such a pony wall to hide the staircase and make using it safer if you have children. Add much storage or make bookshelves inside this pony wall.
a farmhouse-styled pony wall with an entryway bench and a wooden countertop
a pony wall of a storage unit with a rich-colored wooden countertop to visually separate the entryway and the living room
a storage unit as a pony wall to separate the entryway and the living room is a functional solution
a pony storage wall with a glass top is a great idea to divide the staircase from the rest of the house
the living room and entryway are separated not only with different floor levels but also with a pony wall
a pony wall storage unit to keep the owners safe and cover the staircase dividing it from the kitchen
a pony wall with a bench and open storage that separates the entryway and living space
a pony wall with an upholstered bench and functional open storage units for separating the entryway from the rest of the house
Kitchens/ Dining Spaces
Divide the living room and kitchen or dining space with a pony wall! It may act as a bar counter and even contain a kitchen island from the kitchen side. Incorporate storage and make a stylish countertop to gfit both spaces.
separate the dining zone and the lounge with a pony wall with integrated storage and a bar counter
a pony wall separates the kitchen and living room and works as a kitchen island and a bar counter