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The tiger is a striking animal, whether orange or white. Each side of this screen features a different color of the Bengal tiger. The bold, powerful images are sure to be a beautiful decorative accent for any room- living room, bedroom, dining or kitchen. Each side has a different image as shown. Carefully constructed reinforced wood frames- hardy, kiln dried Spruce- covered top to bottom, front, back, and on the edges with a stretched poly-cotton blend canvas. Printed with high saturation ink to create a beautiful, long lasting, vivid image. Almost entirely opaque- very little light can pass through the double layer of canvas, offering complete privacy, very tough and durable, yet light and portable. Great for dividing space, providing privacy, hiding unsightly areas or equipment, background for plants or sculptures, or defining a cozy space. Available in 3 panels only, provides about 3 1/2 feet of width displayed as shown. Simple, beautiful decorative art, with a vintage feeling. A strong durable and practical high quality room divider great for home, office, or small business.
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