Shelf Room Dividers

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Choose a bookcase style Room Divider for maximum storage and style!

A new type of room divider is becoming ever more popular.  These room screens differ from the traditional styles in a few ways, yet still offer many of the same benefits. Instead of a three or four panel solid room screen that folds, this new room divider option features a shelving design. This is a great choice for many areas of the home.  Obviously, it doesn’t offer the same amount of privacy as a shoji screen, so it shouldn’t be used to create a dressing area or to block out a door less bathroom.  But, these Room Divider Shelves offer something that traditional folding screens don’t: storage.  They are available in different forms, sizes and styles.  Most are designed, though, to display books and collectibles.  The difference between these and bookcases, however, is that they don’t have a back on them, so they can be placed anywhere in the room, they are not limited to the walls.  Use these unique room dividers to add maximum visual appeal to any space, with added storage as a bonus.  In the main living area, a bookshelf style room screen can separate a large living room into a conversation area and entertainment area.  Or use it to separate the dining room from the living room.  The benefit is that you can actually see through the screen, creating a more seamless separation of the spaces.  Another benefit is that you get the style and decor on both sides of the divider.  Whether you are sitting in the dining room or the living room, you can still see your collectible items stacked neatly on the shelves.  Use this beautiful modern Room Divider Shelving Unit to display your favorite vases, bowls of potpourri, framed photographs and coffee table books.

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Shoji Screen with a new Design!

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Fans of the Shoji Room Dividers Gather ‘Round!

I’ve found a new room divider, the Coco Room Divider, which looks much like traditional shoji screens, but with a different design to spice up your style!  So, whether this is your first room divider or you are looking to replace the one your cat has torn up, give these new Shoji Screens a whirl in your home!  The Coco Room Divider has vertical lines all the way across, with some grid work, just like traditional Japanese shoji screens, in the center, top and bottom.  This is a fresh take on the old room dividers, but still with the beautiful Asian theme going on.  A cherry wood frame is complemented by white rice paper inlay with wooden cross panes to make the shoji design.  Another new screen that is similar to this but with a totally different design is the Reno room divider.  I’m not sure why it’s called Reno but it’s beautiful, nonetheless.   The Reno Room Divider takes the shoji design to the next level, with no small grids, just longer grids basically.  It almost reminds me a little bit of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs, giving it a modern twist!  Both screens come in three or four panel designs to customize to your needs.  Use room dividers all over the house for functional and stylish purposes.  In large rooms and small rooms alike, a folding room screen can divide and define a space, perfect for studio apartments and creating a home office within the living room.  For the master bed and bath, a room divider can offer privacy between the two rooms, or be used as a dressing area in the corner of the bedroom.  So whatever your current home decor style is, consider giving one of these new shoji screen designs a chance!

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