Photo Gallery: Trendy Room Divider Screens
See a roundup of gorgeous screens.
This wooden screen is finished in bright gold for a glamorous, Hollywood vibe, perfect for placing next to a bar cart. The crisp negative spaces in this rectangular design feel airy.
A circular motif and an antique silver finish evokes an Old Hollywood mood. Contrasting bright gold hinges add a touch of sparkle for a contemporary look. Place this geo screen near a mirrored dressing table for sheer star power.
Originally designed by famous set designer Tony Duquette in 1951, this snowflake screen is a reproduction by Baker furniture in 14 kt gold leaf. Made of aluminum, the screen is lightweight and carries the Duquette hallmark of incredible intricacy and visual impact.
Each panel of brown vellum screen is comprised of individual squares with their own organic pattern, almost resembling an animal print. Alternating panel heights and curved tops add unexpected interest to create a sculptural effect.
This capiz shell screen with gold iron framing has an exotic, Indonesian flair that’s perfect for an eclectic room. Rich, brilliant materials add a hit of global chic to a space.
An affordable chinoiserie-inspired canvas screen lends a delicate presence to a bedroom or boudoir. The muted colour palette is soft, yet a pop of bright red adds interest.
Broad panels in frosted white acrylic give a cool, contemporary feel and allow light to filter through. The grid pattern is reminiscent of traditional Japanese shoji screens.
Upholstered in pale pink linen, this three panelled screen is a sophisticated piece in a feminine bedroom. Jewel-like trim detailing on each panel creates a soft, delicate look.
This screen has minimal, clean lines, but still brings warmth to a space with a neutral colour and soft fabric. Thumbtack borders lend a masculine, tailored edge.
This lacquered mahogany screen with resin cast detailing resembles the interior of a luxury liner. The dark woodgrain would be a handsome addition to a home office or den.
Made of reclaimed mango wood, this screen resembles distressed French Country armoire doors. Chickenwire mesh detailing completes the casual, country look.
Resembling retro gym baskets, this locker room-inspired look lends itself to a teen boys’ bedroom or downtown loft.