A Room Divider takes center stage as a home decor focal point!
Room Screens perform many functions in the home or office environment. First and foremost, they are most often used for privacy. They are great in the bedroom to create a dressing area or in the master bathroom for privacy around the bathtub when the master bath and bedroom are connected without a door. Another function they perform is to define a large (or small) area. For example, in a large open style home living area, a room divider can be placed in between the dining room and living room to create a nice sitting area. In smaller areas, like condos and apartments, you may need to create an office, but you don’t have a separate room devoted to this. A simple way to achieve a small home office in a small home is with a room screen. But, a third function is becoming more and more important to home decorators: room dividers as focal points in the home decor. For one thing, room dividers themselves are getting fancier and more bold. You can now find them in very bold colors and styles, from bright red modern art styled room screens to heavy folding screens made of bark and wood for a cabin feel. Even a traditional shoji screen can create an instant facelift for your living room, bedroom or dining room decor. To get this effect, use the room divider away from the walls, and complement it with another large piece, like a large house plant set in a pot on the floor. I saw these new shoji lamps, very beautiful and a great complement to the shoji screens, old and new. Wow visitors with your great sense of style by using a room divider as your center focal piece in any room of the home!