Folding screens

6 Oct

Given my love for patchwork, it’s no surprise that I was drawn to Dawn’s DIY screen featured on Design*Sponge.  Screens are such a clever way to hide a home office or add a bit of your own look and personality to a rented apartment or college dorm room. 

Who says that folding screens are just for indoors?  I think this screen to the left is a beautiful example of how a folding screen can create a stunning backdrop for any area of your home. 

This mondrian-looking screen helps to make the space in this loft look less cavernous and a bit more intimate.  A nice feature for open-plan living — particularly if you want something you can just use from time-to-time (for example, a place for sofa-sleeper guests to hide their belongings).

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3 Responses to “Folding screens”

  1. Molly Greco April 24, 2011 at 11:19 am #

    I would like to no about your black and white divider how much and where are you guys I am in Melbourne Box Hill

    • amyswear April 28, 2011 at 11:22 am #

      Hi Molly – unfortunately, that’s one from old clippings I have so I don’t have a reference for it but I’ll try to look on Google and figure it out! Thanks for your comment on the blog.

  2. dms July 24, 2011 at 7:40 pm #

    I’m really loving the screen that is outdoor, if you don’t remember your reference do you know of any places that would sell something with a similar feeling?

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