Nice and simple. We recently had another baby and had to temporary convert part of the living room into extra bedroom. Instead of erecting a wall, we chose to have a divider and the living room looks nice. When the baby is sleeping through the night, she will join her sibling in his bedroom and the divider might be handy again there.
This is a fantastic photo divider. we use this divider to give privacy at our salon while getting a pedicure. the salon is not large and we felt like the clients would like some privacy while getting a pedicure. Everyone that sees it loves it. it adds class to the salon. the down fall is you CANNOT get it wet!!!
as expected. the screen is pretty much as described on the web site. it is adequately suiting my needs for defining a space and hiding some storage. my only concern is that they are really light weight. for some this may be a plus because they are easy to move around. for me, with an active 4 yr. old, i'm concerned that they may get knocked over if bumped into.
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.
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