antiqued mirrored screen grace feyock. this is a great divider, heavy, good quality. i use it to block a glass sliding door and the measurements were perfect.the back does not match the front as described by a customer service rep. the color on line is gold. i recieved silver like the other grace feyock called amiel. i am not sure if the gold exists. waiting to hear from the iga management,
Just exactly what I needed. I'm using it to keep my 2 youngest cats from getting out the front door every time someone opens it. I've made a barrier across the small foyer so now I can come in the door and shut it and then fold back the panel and THERE THEY ARE!!! Staring at me trying to figure out how I got in. The color matches my living room furniture too. Thanks.
Not exactly what I expected. First and foremost when I looked at the larger view I thought there were metal straps that held the panels together and I was not too sure about how it would look. I was very relieved when I opened the box to see brown straps that complimented the bamboo. The picture also showed hints of green in the bamboo but mine were all light brown. Not really a problem but I was really hoping there would be a little green in them. During the day you can see through the panels but at night it provides adequate privacy. It looks attractive and is sturdy enough to stand on its own even on carpet. No assembly was required I was able to take out of box and set up immediately. The color in my pictures is off because of my lighting but the front and the back are actually the color of the back.
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