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This distinctive privacy screen features an image reminiscent of French toile designs from the 19th century, with a simple, subtle, neutral color combination. The neutral colors and simple pattern makes this a practical decorative accessory, while providing a formal elegance. Wood frame encased in a durable poly canvas blend. Distinctive neutral toile print on both sides. Blocks light and provides privacy. Room Dividers like this one are perfect for many uses such as a folding privacy screen, portable room partition, or backdrop to a plant or statue. They are great for home, office, or small business.
This is a bright, beautiful floor
screen printed on one side with pink and purple snapdragons and on the other side with large striking fuchsia pompom flowers. This stunning decorative accessory is perfect for adding both color and a calm beauty to home ...
A simple, wonderful three panel decorative
room divider, both front and back printed with stunning close up color photographs of beautiful flowers in full bloom. The front image is a close up of a stunning peach rose, caught on film at the moment ...
Embrace your inner gardener with two
lovely paintings from turn of the century seed catalogs. The front image is from the Conrad Jones Co. New Floral Guide, Spring 1899 featuring brilliant red irises. The picture on the back is from W. A. Burpee ...