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6 ft Tall do it yourself canvas divider. This is a room divider for my college aged daughter in a room that she shares with another student. We have painted it burgundy with gold faux application on both sides. Then painting gestural black line drawings of dancers across all panels (since she has been a dancer her whole life.)
Beautiful addition to my room. I bought the screen to hide my treadmill in the stored position when company comes. It's perfect for that and looks nice folded to one side when the treadmill is down. I wish there weren't quite as much space between the panels - it looks best when viewed on an angle. I will probably paint the hinges to match the edges of the panels, so that they don't show as much. However, it is a beautiful beach scene; and someone not as particular as I am would probably rate it excellent.
"Color drenched" describes it! I bought the room divider to hide an unattractive cat condo in my bedroom when guests are seeing my home for the first time. I was hoping to fold back one of the three panels, but it (understandably) only folds in one direction due to the way the hinges are mounted. The divider serves its purpose and matches my french-themed decor. HOWEVER, the colors are so bright they border on gaudy. I would have prefered more subtle colors. Should have ordered the black and white Eiffel Tower instead!
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