Design folding screen
To create a separation in a room or simply occupy a space, the design screen is an object that we rarely think about and yet has a real decorative potential. It will easily find its place in many rooms of the house and will allow to give all the more style to its interior decoration. Colored and/or patterned, a design screen is a real asset in terms of decoration. So how to use it in a room? Which modern folding screen to choose? Answers!
How to use a design folding screen in decorating
The use of a folding screen can be somewhat tricky when it comes to interior design, as it is an object that will be found more rarely than many other decorating elements in a room. However, a design screen has a real ornamental potential and can make all the difference in a room. Generally, we will prefer to install it in a large room, because it is the type of decorative element that needs space to be highlighted.
In a large room for example, a design screen can quite be positioned in the room especially next to an armchair or a mirror in order to create a space to change that will give style to its interior decoration. The same is true in the bathroom where the addition of a modern screen will give color, but also decorate a space that can sometimes lack of decorative object. An interior design screen can also be used in a living room to delimit spaces for example. In the living room, you can choose a design screen to separate a desk from the rest of the room. A modern folding screen thus offers many possibilities depending on the configuration of the place.
Which modern folding screen to choose?
A designer interior folding screen is a great opportunity to bring color and pattern into a decoration. It can truly become a centerpiece in a space and set the tone for everything else in the decorating scheme which is why choosing this type of element can make all the difference.
At Maison Matisse, we offer the Reflet and Ombrage models made by designer Cristina Celestino. These are pieces from the Interior collection at Aubergines. These models, which differ in color and pattern, have a beechwood frame and three panels, one of which is ornate. For the Ombrage screen, we find plain and patterned fabrics made on jacquard looms from natural threads. For the Reflet screen, two panels are also made of fabrics and the third is made of textured glass in a pink amethyst hue.
Thus, these models can completely come to revive the decoration of a room, but also match other elements created by Cristina Celestino such as the sofas and armchairs Colette, the vases Septembre, the coffee tables Bianca, the cushions Belle-épine or the rugs Paysage au soleil and Paysage le soir.