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prax4 wrote:May 3, 2012
  • teacher204

    Where can I find screen to purchase

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    Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog

    @teacher204 we found this screen at a second hand store and painted it a dark was originally silver! You might have luck on sites like chairish, craigslist, etsy or wayfair.

beckmanli wrote:Mar 9, 2013
  • beckmanli
    Thank you! I love it... and I love this room!!
  • Patricia Scozzari
    where can i get this rug
Allison Pepple wrote:Feb 9, 2012
  • Allison Pepple
    I'm planning on using either MDF or poplar, both 1" thick. The panels will be 1"x12"x72", and there will be four (three joints total). Thanks so much for your help! :)
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    Spaceform Design Build Interiors
    Don't know whether the design will be similar to the one pictured but on general terms, those are two very different materials. 1st, 1" mdf is very heavy (even light weight mdf, which they make) vs poplar is solid wood, light weight but will want to move more than mdf which is very stable. I think your design may dictate the best material for the job.
desidaisy wrote:Sep 25, 2011
clodomom wrote:Jun 17, 2011
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    Jace Interiors & CreateGirl Blog
    You can find similar panels at the Silk Drapery Company!
  • bepsf
    ...or Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware, Horchow,, etc
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  • Stacey Denny
    I would like to know the color of paint also
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: TransitionalFeb 6, 2012

              Style Secret: Simple SilhouettesTransitional furnishings have crisp profiles and straightforward style — not a baroque flourish in sight. Gentle curves and rigid lines feed off each other to create energy. You don’t have to leave older furniture styles by the wayside, but use updated versions, such as a modern wing chair or a pared-down bergère. Keep the scale large enough to feel inviting and the seating cushioned and comfy; you want guests to flop down and settle in without a second thought. Look closer: This living space is filled with clean-lined pieces that have a sculptural air — look how the shapely armchair balances the nipped-and-tucked sofa. The round ottoman and demilune table echo the circular motif of the folding screen.

              Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to How to Arrange Furniture in Long, Narrow SpacesSep 1, 2011

              2. Place furniture in a corner arrangement with the foot traffic angling across open space. In this living room, the door opens right into one side, and a console table keeps you from walking straight down that side. But because the furniture has been placed in a nice conversational grouping in one corner, people can easily walk through the room past the furniture at an angle across the carpet. They were wise to avoid trying to put another chair in here, which would have made the pass-through too tight a squeeze. The screen in the corner is also a nice touch in a narrow space because it visually changes the shape of the room a bit, rounding out the corner.Tip: Just say “no” to too many pieces of furniture. We are often tempted to cram in an extra chair for the maximum seating, even when we only have guests a very small percentage of the time. Instead, consider double-duty pieces like the ottoman in the above photo which can work as seating when extra people are there.

              Becky Harris added this to 10 Great Ways to Use Room ScreensMay 26, 2011

              Bring dead space back to life. This screen draws our eye down the center of the room to the corner, which would be a dead spot without it.

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              mingv added this to decorApr 24, 2019

              round patterned ottoman, patterned rug, solid chair and sofa--lots of browns, yellows--warm neutrals

              natasha_nm72 added this to как ставить диванMar 20, 2019

              Совет: Расстояние между диваном / креслом и журнальным столиком должно быть не менее 30 см, а чтобы удобно поставить ноги — 46 см. И старайтесь, чтобы углы кресел и диванов не соприкасались, лучше отодвинуть их друг от друга сантиметров на 10–15.

              Н В added this to Идеи пользователя webuser_731190971Mar 15, 2019

              Графичная ширма - интересный способ декорировать пустую стену в углу

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