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Repost: A Room Divided

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9/13/15: While doing research for last month’s post, “Feeling Decorous,” I was reminded how much I love room dividers and screens. The Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco era screens are especially tempting to me, though I was surprised by how much I was drawn to the mid-century modern, Asian, and rustic movements as well.

The fact that I’ve never had a room big enough to require (read: justify) one has been a constant source of disappointment. But that doesn’t stop me from dreaming . . .

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

8 thoughts on “Repost: A Room Divided

  1. The very first one–Chuck Franklin–oh, my!

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  2. Love them. I do have a couple…one used as a book case and one on stand by when a stray cat gets in the house and I need to section off to get it back out. I love the idea of a “dressing screen” but I’m not prissy enough for one. LOL

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  3. Again, I like some of them and not some of them. But they are creative. Hal

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    • I’m showing an apartment with a weird alcove created by an extra door to the common hallway, and I keep trying to push the idea of using a room divider to screen it off and use it for storage.

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  4. I am pretty sure that set of cabinets that looks like a staircase…is a staircase and not a room divider. I love it, and it could divide my room, but it could also provide functional storage and a way to get to my loft.
    Love your pics and wish I could hire you to decorate my place.

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