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This is a somewhat shorter sized room divider than most, about two thirds of the normal height of most three, four, five, and six paneled decorative screens. The hinged panels are well crafted from kiln dried, mitered Spruce wood. Art canvas fabric is attached to the panel frames on the front, back, and edges. Four feet tall, about two thirds as tall as most room dividers. Kiln dried wooden panel frames wrapped with white art canvas fabric. Great for a simple, low price, shorter size floor screen. Great for paintings, collages, or DIY arts and craft projects. Also note we offer plain DIY room dividers in 6ft. tall ; 7ft. tall variations. Many customers use these low cost, good quality room screens without adding artistic improvements. However, note that when they're flat, the dimensions of these three panels are almost a perfect square, and the four, five and six panel sizes create attractive rectangular shapes. Add your own artwork to one or both sides, and use it as a unique decorative folding screen, or mount it flat on the wall as interesting and beautiful wall décor.
Two distinctive, gallery quality photographs, enlarged
to six feet tall and printed on six panel room dividers. Both feature beautiful pink Japanese cherry blossoms; one with the famous pagoda style Matsumoto castle in the background. Printed on a substantial, yet portable, six panel ...
Eye catching photographs, meaningful for any
gambler, any poker player, any American are the focal subject of this room divider. The front, a close up color photograph of a winning poker hand, with poker chips on a green felt game table and the ...
Bring out your inner animal lover
with this splendid room divider featuring turn of the century commercial poster art. The image on the front is from prolific art nouveau artist Théophile Alexandre Steinlen featuring one of his favorite subjects: Cats. The back side ...