Decorating With Folding Screens

Decorating With Folding Screens

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Sarah Coffey
Dec 21, 2007

Folding screens are versatile pieces that can fill in a lot of gaps...either in a room that needs partitioning or used up against a wall. This Designers Eye Wall Room Divider from Design Public creates a focal point in this image, but it could also be used as a headboard, in an entryway, or between two rooms. For more folding screens and photos, click below.

Use it to create a focal point on a wall. Image: Eames Molded Plywood Folding Screen from Gabriel Ross.

Position it horizontally or vertically behind a bed to make a headboard. Image via Style at Home.

Create a closet or dressing area. Image: Three-Panel Floor Mirror from Horchow.

Use it to divide two rooms. Image: Yuki Screen at Unica Home.

Hide a thermostat, air conditioner, or any utilitarian piece you want to conceal. Image: Dona Living Paravan Screen.

Use it to balance other tall shapes, like the floor-to-ceiling windows in this image of the Ricci Room Divider from Crate and Barrel.

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