A screen is a piece of furniture without a support, consisting of frames or panels often connected together by hinges. They are complements of various uses, practical and decorative. For this reason, there are a variety of models on the market in different materials, suitable for every type of furnishing style. Their primary function is to protect from draughts and to separate two rooms, but they are complements that also respond well to an aesthetic function. For this reason they are often used as decorative elements. Dividing an environment using a separator is always an excellent solution for organizing spaces in a flexible and not definitive way, as you will always have the opportunity to return to the starting point.

Beautiful, functional and decorative screens

The screens are also proposed as simple decorative elements. On the market you can find models of any type, from the most common material to real unusual combinations. The classic wooden screen is often used to furnish a corner of the house or professional environments: from the most common teak screen to the particular proposal of bamboo screen, it is not only ideal for the interior but also integrates perfectly in a natural environment such as the garden. There is also a widespread choice of fabric screens, which make it possible to combine interesting colors and plays of colors and contrasts that can customize a room to the maximum. From linen to canvas, from silk to velvet, the choice can also fall on felt screens and screens in technical fabric, resistant and sound-absorbing. For a modern furnishing style, on the other hand, we often opt for combinations of opposite materials that are effective from an aesthetic point of view: a glass screen is combined with metal on various occasions, since steel and glass screens are able to give an original touch to hi-tech furnishings.

Materials and models: separate for each style of furniture

The partitions can be installed to divide a large room, change the internal characteristics of the space and create a pleasant and original atmosphere. For this reason, when choosing the right screen, it is necessary to take into account the style of furniture that you intend to decline in the interior. A Japanese style screen responds well to furnishing choices with an oriental and ethnic mood: in this case, cherry screens can come in handy, perhaps covered with oriental style wallpaper, or silk screens. If you love retro settings, a vintage-style screen is ideal. There are also different proposals for modern-style screens: an original idea comes from the mirrored glass screens, which respond to the dual function of furnishing and mirroring. Or, for metal lovers, proposals for aluminium, iron and brass screens are among the most interesting, available in models suitable for different types of environment. Not to be overlooked are the plastic screens, resistant and available in different colours and patterns.

All the functions of the screen: from a simple partition to a furnishing accessory

A screen can perform several functions. First of all, it perfectly delimits two different environments, for example the night and the day one. It can partially divide a part of the space such as the dining area from the kitchen area, without having to resort to definitive solutions. In the most extreme cases it is possible to create a real wall, up to the ceiling, completely shielding or only partially, for a more radical solution. In small apartments the screen can also be considered as a space-saving solution, useful as a multi-function partition, equipped to hold a bookcase or positioned in such a way as to create a study corner. But it is not only suitable for domestic environments: in fact, the use of a screen is also convenient in restaurants and clubs to create, at the occasion, more reserved spaces for private parties or dinners. A mobile separator is easy to organize and remove, so you can often opt for a model with wheels. Finally, a design screen can also have a purely decorative function, to customize a bare corner of the room or hide imperfections in the masonry. ... More ... less


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