can decide how to separate these areas. could I HAVE your input pleas

3 months ago

House renovation is underway. We have opened two sitting rooms and kitchen, to make kitchen diner and sitting room as much open plan as possible to gain light from garden as sun shines from that direction midday onwards. Architect originally suggested crital sliding door separation between sitting room and diner/kitchen areas, but we ended up planning for pocket doors. However doing that opening from 3, 9m reduced to only 1,6m. NOW , looking at space, I AM NOT SURE WEATHER WE SHOULD HAVE GONE FOR ORIGINAL idea OR STICK TO PLANNED POCKET DOOR SYSTEM. What would you do?
Pics: 1) view from sitting room into diner

  1. husband holding board to see how much light we would obstruct by fitting pocket doors
  2. potential solution or sliding crital doors

room divider with opaque glass/ wood
sliding crittal doors
pocket doors
all wall steel double doors

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