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Nice Shoji Screen for Spas. I bought 14 of these sreens for our holistic health spa. We disassembled them by taking the hinges out, then put them together to be hung from the ceiling. They look great and our new arrangement does provide a very pleasing environment for our business. The only drawback is that the color is slightly inconsistant form screen to screen.
Perfect! I use the divider to provide a barrier in my studio apartment so that my "bedroom" is separate from the living room. It works perfectly, when people come in they don't have to stare at my bed, it is it's own space. The 4 panels reach to cover the length of my whole bed. I wouldn't use this to completely cover yourself if you are trying to change clothes with someone else in the room however because there is an inch-inch and a half space in between each panel.
Think addition by division. The trend to divide rooms without hard walls is evidenced with today’s stylishly selected screens and accessories. Available in innovative accordion styles with sturdy supports, as well as fixed multi panels lined with fabrics, stainless steel and stained glass, the divider breaks into the interior scene with a splash. Inspired with the elements of feng shui, these pieces provide the idea of division softly.
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