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I loved getting these! I loved the picture of these, but was a bit anxious about how true they were to the illustration. When I got them, I was delighted! I bought two sets and put them together so at first it looks like a wall..but I can open them as if they are double doored. I hang decorations on them, and even drape different lightweight throws over them for a change of view. One of the best buys I've made all year.
Four Panels Better than Three... This four-panel room divider looks expensive--better than the picture! It artfully separates my work/desk area from my bed/sleeping area in the master bedroom suite. This provides a good feng-shui enhancement--so I can rest without thinking of work pending. I chose four panels over the three-panel verson on the advice of my sister/decorator, and that was a good idea--it looks more balanced, and covers a larger area. On the downside (although I am totally satisfied with this product), it does have a one inch space between the panels, so it does not provide total privacy, if used for a dressing area. Also it was a bit difficult to assemble on my own--it would have been much easier to assemble with two people. Also, it doesn't fold flat for storage once assembled, if that matters. Overall I was very satisfied and would purchase from this site again.
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