Practical, versatile and able to fully transform the look of your room. We are speaking of screens, furnishing complements of utterly ancient origin that have come back to be the protagonists of interior design. As a matter of fact they represent the answer to the needs of customization of the contemporary living. First of all, because they are one of the most flexible solutions for separating an environment. In fact, they can be easily moved from one room to another and, when they are no longer needed, they can be folded and put aside, proving to be ideal for modest size houses. In addition, screens are so beautiful that they can also be used as decorative elements, adding personality to a space just by their mere presence. This is well known among designers who today often reinterpret such a furnishing complement with a contemporary twist. Screens are nowadays a fashionable furniture complement. The great variety of design screens that has been recently launched on the market is a confirmation of that. Such room dividers elements are made of different panels or vertical doors mounted on feet or that lay directly on the floor that serve as to separate two areas within the same room, thus allowing to create a dressing area inside the bedroom or a reading corner where to isolate from the rest of the world. Some love screens in the first place for their handiness that allows to modulate different spaces within a room without having to build a real partition wall; other appreciate the aesthetic aspect, because screen panels can be decorated with colored patterns that play a role in defining the atmosphere of a room.

Materials and models of screens

Screens can be used in order to divide large room, change the look of the interior spaces or create a pleasant and unusual atmosphere. This is why for choosing the right screen it is necessary to keep in mind the furniture style of the environment you want to set up in our indoor space. Those who love a classic, rustic or traditional style could opt for a stunning screen in wood. The warm feel of wood indeed contributes to wash this furnishing complement with a strong personality and opens to a variety of opportunities depending on the essence you opt for. Exoticism commonly prevails among designers together with the typical lightness of screens made of mangoes or paulownia wood. Nevertheless you can also find bamboo screens, to show originality and give a soberly ethnic look to the house. A design screen with a more modern taste, instead, features a wooden structure on which a painted or printed canvas is mounted. Fabric screens, apart from being lighter, also allows to show off decorative elements and drawings available in an endless variety. One thing is certain, however: the traditional Japanese screen keeps being in high demand. It is also true that its style is immediately recognizable. The small size geometric shapes covered with a delicate rice paper, indeed, let appear fine and delicate decorations such as blossoming cherry trees or moving waves. Such a model is ideal to bring a zen or bohemian ambiance to your room. White screens, instead, are a particularly appreciated alternative for the bedroom or for interiors furnished with a Scandinavian style. Its neutral look makes it possible for it to naturally find a space in homes with furnishing styles that are utterly different from one another. A great way to soften the coldness of panels that are homogeneously opaque is to opt for perforated, hence lighter, models. If, on the other hand, you love retro settings, a vintage-style screen is ideal. Several, then, are the proposals for modern style screen: an original idea comes from the mirrored glass screens, which play the dual function of furnishing and serving as a mirror. Or, if you love metal, solutions such as screens in aluminum, iron and brass are among the most interesting ones, with models that are able to suit diverse types of environments. Screens in plastic are not to be underrated either, sturdy and available in a host of colors and patterns.

Style and furnish with functional and decorative screens

Screens can make up new and unexpected corners in any house, evoking exotic, contemporary, romantic or vintage atmospheres. The classic wooden screen, for instance, is often used in order to furnish the corner of a house or of professional spaces. From the most common screen in teak to the peculiar option of bamboo screens, screens not only represent an ideal furnishing complement for the indoors, but also fits in perfectly in a neutral space such as the garden. The choice of fabric screens is also very common, as they allow for interesting colors combinations and plays of nuances and contrasts so to be able customize the room to a maximum degree. From linen to canvas, through silk and velvet, screens in felt or technical fabric, robust and sound absorbing, are also part of the options. For a modern furnishing style, on the other hand it is common to opt for a combination of materials that are opposite but effective in terms of aesthetics. A screen in glass is in many situations combined with metal, since screens in steel and glass are able to bring in a unique touch to environments with a hi-tech furnishing style.

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