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3 panel paulownia fram with grey washing willow screen. It's can be used indoor/covered out door setting.
High design and chic fashion, this screen evokes an era of time past. The panels are designed of quality fabric in a modish design with gold coloring in a square pattern, accented with shell buttons. This 2-panel screen is finished on both sides.
BEAU MONDE SCREEN
These wall cubbies would be a perfect addition to any playroom, studio, home office, etc. They're fun and functional, and can be arranged to fit any space configuration necessary. I would even consider one of these modular units for a bedside table.
Mbox Square Shelf
Add some Asian style to your home with this shoji screen. It will give you some much needed privacy, yet does not block off the light. It's making me want to put a tea room in my house right now!
I want one of these in every room of my house! The possibilities are endless for what to fill this adorable shelving unit with, and I even like it just as shown here with a few "rooms" left vacant.
Not sure where one space should end and the other begin? Lucky for you, the softwall enables you to be indecisive with those tricky decisions. If you are looking to break up a great loft space, or want to create a personal nook for yourself, this room divider is a smart and easy way to achieve that.
This paper roll holder could not be more perfect. Made of powder coated steel, it's sure to withstand even the roughest crafters. It's even available in three color options, so it's sure to fit into most craft spaces.
A Higgins Glass Rondelay wall screen is a delight to behold. The glass pieces were all made in the 1960s, so this piece has some history. Letting it hang from the ceiling creates a mesmerizing room divider for all to behold.
Even though I am a fan of clear skies, I always want these cheerful clouds to be floating in mine. These hanging mobiles are mean't to be arranged in any clustered form that you like, whether to filter sunlight from a window or to break up large open spaces.
I love adding a good screen to projects because it is such a versatile and completely functional piece.
I like the idea of having rustic shelves like these available for displaying found treasure like bird feathers, shells, and pretty rocks or even acorns.
This floor screen takes the prize for artistic originality. Designed by British artist Sophie Coryndon, it is an outstanding example of Japanese lacquer techniques and gold leafing. The fabulous alligator baying at the moon is non-stop wonderful.
When carving out a space for your children to create in, it's important to keep things within reach and in sight. That's the reason I love these powder coated metal shelves so much. The dimensions are perfect for small spaces, and the design will help keep materials in plain sight.
Hang this bookshelf on the wall for unique storage. I would put books on some of the shelves and add some small trinkets to shake it up a little.
I know this shelving unit is pricey, but I couldn't resist. It's actually several separate units that fit together in a tessellated fashion. It would make an amazing piece in any child's room, and it would house all sorts of special toys, including prized Lego creations.
Tetrad Flat Shelving
White wall-mounted shelves will be perfect for additional storage space. I like how these have a lip on the front to keep things from falling off.
Mirrored furniture is all the rage now. Carry the look up to your wall sconce with this beautiful mirrored sconce. The shade is cream linen and the sconce is hand-painted.5.5"W x 9"D x 26"T.
When space is at a minimum, I love these leaning shelves that can be configured to house a workspace.
Available in several shapes, finishes, and combinations, this beautiful metallic single version is my personal favorite twig sconce. It brings a natural form indoors in such a clever and shiny way.
Three cheers for IKEA for making a wall shelf that's both sleek and functional. It's a simple enough design to work in all sorts of areas, but I like the thought of them used in a clean, minimal kitchen.
EKBY MOSSBY Shelf
If you live in a studio or loft, dividing the space can be tricky. Try a classic decorator trick and position a decorative screen between two areas. An open style like the one shown here isn't meant to provide complete privacy, but it will do a fine job of visually dividing the space, as well as...
Abella Floor Screen
The Serafina Room Screen is a great way to screen off an area of a room or to create separation between two spaces in a large room. The mirrors on this screen will reflect light back into the room, an additional benefit to this design.
If you favor more of a vintage look, there are lots of items that can be recycled to create cool Lego storage. These shelves would work nicely for displaying finished pieces.
Designer Carl Hagerling's Cumulus cloud shelves are wonderful, whimsical and perfect for a rainy room.
Call me Ahab! Because I am obsessed with all things whale. I'm not sure if it's all that whale-printed clothing I wore in my preppy youth, or that whale watch I went on. Whatever it is, these darling silhouettes are the perfect accent piece when you want some coastal cottage style.
With smaller open floor plans, or if looking to break up space while still maintaining the visual connection of the entire area, a screen that physically not visually breaks up a room is the perfect solution. I would almost mistake this room divider for an art piece and I assume others would as...
These bookshelves give you storage and a super clever way to display your favorite novels. Group a few together, add a simple vase or two, and you're set.
The "Mother-of-Pearl Panel" sconce combines traditional beauty and modern style with its frosted cylinder glass shade and mother-of-pearl panel.7"W x 7"D x 36"T.
Just imagine this gorgeous movable partition in a large loft apartment. How dramatic would that be? It's much more interesting than a Sheetrock wall if you ask me. This was designed in the 1950s by the famous French architect Jean Prouvé.
An optical illusion? I think not. Elastic cords within the core of this screen allow it to bend and arch with qualities that are unexpected in wood. I like how the horizontal slats provide privacy while still allowing light to penetrate through.
Folding screens add so much to a room: architectural interest, art or color component, storage, depth, privacy. But they are hard to find new unless you're getting something custom made. You can find all different motifs and styles, but I'm partial to the mural-painted ones, like this peacock.
Residential warfare is not my style, but I am very much into these camouflage inspired screen panels. Sold as a set of four, it's really up to you how you choose to hang and arrange them in your space. This is another perfect example of designer/user collaboration.
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