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Lightweight room divider with a distinctive olive and black pattern woven right into the panels. Screen consists of spun plant fiber on durable wood frames connected with two-way hinges. Handwoven cross weave allows some light and air to pass through the screen. Use to divide a space, provide a backdrop or block the majority of light from a window or door. Durable room divider offered in three, four, and six panel sizes. Lightweight wood frames reinforced with cross woven plant fiber cord. Interesting design woven into each panel, front and back. One of our four two-tone designs.
There is an ancient appeal to
rattan style woven plant fiber, and this new design room divider takes full advantage. The panels are built for beauty and for strength, with two cross members dividing each panel into three sections. A high quality room ...
A simple, effective and beautiful room
divider, offered in 3, 4, and 6 panels designs. Well crafted hinged panels, built from lightweight kiln dried Spruce frames. The frames are shaded with cross woven natural plant fiber cord. Entirely opaque, no light passes through ...
A lightweight woven plant fiber room
divider standing four feet high, perfect for small space needs such as hiding a fireplace or hiding a messy desk area. Open weave design with diamond medallions meets a lattice pattern along the top and bottom of ...