Do you share a bedroom with your baby? There are many complications with this arrangement, but for many parents it's a necessity. In addition to light and noise disturbing your child's sleep, another difficulty is that your baby can see you from their crib which may cause more frequent night wakings. Folding screens can help prevent this and can also be collapsed during the day if you prefer. We did some research to see what was out there for a reasonable price and found these options.
Top row, left to right:
- Fushigi Wall Screen ($199)
- Adesso Rita Folding Screen ($99)
- Keito Premium Asian Shoji Screen ($123,16 colors)
Middle row, left to right:
- Hang-it-Up Folding Screen ($195)
- Cork Board Shoji Screen ($199)
- Adesso Hang It Up Folding Screen ($125)
Bottom row, left to right:
- Sporty Room Divider ($230)
- Canvas Screen with Pockets ($125)
- DIY 5-Panel Screen Instructions from Martha Stewart
Frankly, we were a little surprised at how bland these options were. Painting or substituting some more interesting fabrics might be a good project, but we'd hoped to find more interesting options for sale. Do you use a folding screen in your bedroom? Have you seen any good ones we've missed?