Have you ever thought about using screens in your home furnishings? They are very useful and stylish to be included in the decoration, for their possibilities of prints and materials that give an extra charm to their environment. For those who are particularly interested in their functionality, these super versatile panels are ideal for those looking to isolate, divide environments and create a game.
This is because the screen, like the cobogos, the leaky panels and partitions, is a good alternative for these rooms, but it does not completely separate the walls so that the two locations can be partially visualized while maintaining the connection between the two will she.
In today’s post, let’s talk a little about what and where the screen is coming from, plus tips for using it in your decoration and a gallery of 60 images of environments decorated with screens of different styles.
What is a screen?
The screen is a panel structure, usually made of wood, that is divided into several faces or sheets that can be folded or extended. They are traditionally used to divide, protect, or hide areas without the need for heavy structural structure.
The most famous screens are the Japanese, called Byōbus, which also served as a barrier to prevent the wind from getting into the area. The Byōbus are part of the traditional decoration of Japanese residences, a symbol of the elegance and status of their owners. That’s because they’re handcrafted with washi, bamboo, and hand-painted paper, and they can even contain gold foil.
In the West, umbrellas serve the same function, but as less handcrafted pieces that are generally simple in structure and with a simple painting or curtains of fine fabric inside.
Nowadays the screens have many options of sizes, designs and materials, gain a more modern and relaxed face and can even take on different functions, such as mirrors and hangers.
Even so, it does not lose its elegant style and the idea of making the room more intimate.
The most traditional umbrellas, whether oriental or western, usually have a structure made of wood or bamboo, but nowadays we can find umbrellas with structures made of other materials such as MDF, plywood, iron and metal.
In the central and decorative part of the umbrellas, there are various options in fabric, cord, natural fiber, glass, mirror, MDF panels, painted with paint or even padded. These new materials bring several new designs to the screens and adapt them to the most diverse environments, from the most minimalist to the most elegant and ornate.
How do I add the screen to your decoration?
The idea of simply and quickly creating a room in the area (and even with a different face than normal panels) makes us pay more attention to the screens, mainly because it offers a simple and instant solution to this question. Therefore, they can be used for mixed environments such as dining rooms and living rooms, for lofts and studios to insulate rooms.
In addition to its function, the screen offers a way of decorating the environment, not only for its shape and material, but also for a panel, which usually has an interesting pattern, pattern or color.
Today we can find screens painted with slate paint, ideal for drawing and writing messages and inspirational phrases; Screens with glass interiors or even iron aprons. In a decorative sense, you can use the screen to add a touch of style to your surroundings.
Gallery: 60 images of environments with screens
To make it easier for you to understand, follow this gallery of 60 pictures of the decoration with screen:
Figure 1 – Flat screen with square pattern made of MDF and iron.
Image 2 – Screen on three sides made of wood with a painted landscape.
Image 3 – Screens with two faces in a rustic and creative style: antique doors, connected by the hinges, were an unusual partition.
Photo 4 – Wood canvas in a single panel with an organic design.
Image 5 – Screen on three well-worn surfaces with a bubble pattern for those who do not want to separate the environment.
Figure 6 – Screen on several sides with wooden strips: partial separation of the environment with a unique style.
Image 7 – Narrow screen with three faces in a romantic and rural style.
Image 8 – Screen extended with floral print as a wall to the desk.
Image 9 – Three-sided screen with rustic style printout.
Image 10 – Plus a striped type screen: Demolition wood as a good option to build this mobile department.
Figure 11 – Iron screen with mirror: double functionality in a modern style to decorate the environment.
Figure 12 – Screens with wooden and braided rollers to separate individual work environments.
Figure 13 – Wooden shade of green and gold color to add a modern decoration to the classic.
Picture 14 – Solid wood screen with a spectacular abstract leaky work.
Image 15 – Screen with an irregular wooden panel to give the room a natural look.
Figure 16 – Children’s room screen with windows and doors: the facade of a building on each side.
Image 17 – Dark screen with vertical strips of wood: highlighting the height of the room and the sober tone of the room.
Figure 18 – Iron screen to divide conjugated and spacious environments in an industrial touch.
Image 19 – Fabric-lined screen that can hold wall decorations such as comics and mirrors.
Picture 20 – Screen with plywood in one color in the gradient of the original color of the wood and white color.
Picture 21 – Screen with colored slate to use the surface and fill it with drawings, messages and memories.
Image 22 – For lovers of handicrafts: umbrella with wooden structure and braided macrame cord.
Picture 23 – Decorative screen to bring a new look into your living room.
Picture 24 – Screen with wooden structure in straight shapes.
Illus. 25 – Screen with blackboard areas for messages and reminders and space for photos and reminders.
Picture 26 – Wooden picture that can serve as a mural to show your works and photographs.
Picture 27 – Decorative screen with a frame and a background of leaves.
Picture 28 – MDF screen with fabric as a decorative panel for the room.
Picture 29 – Narrow screen with a simpler pattern and the natural color of the wood.
Picture 30 – Decorative screen with zigzag pattern in B&W.
Image 31 – Screen with MDF surfaces with a half to half height surface made of imitation wood panels and plain white.
Figure 32 – Decorative screen with a wooden frame structure and glass panels.
Image 33 – Screen inspired by the classics: wooden structure and plaid fabric filling.
Figure 34 – Different formats screen with horizontal bars.
Picture 35 – Screen inspired by the beach climate: construction made entirely of bamboo.
Picture 36 – Black screen in MDF with pattern or phrase.
Image 37 – Super soft screen: Structure cover with upholstery and plain fabric in strong colors.
Picture 38 – Screens also to separate environments in commercial places: Screens to give more privacy in the tables of restaurants.
Figure 39 – Wood canvas with braided fiberboard for a space that reinforces the natural elements.
Photo 40 – Modern wooden screen with horizontal bars to define surroundings.
Picture 41 – White wooden screen for studio apartment.
Picture 42 – Wooden lattice and structure with vertical bars and twisted braid details.
Picture 43 – Sculpture: black structure of wood super decorated in a modern style.
Picture 44 – Padded screen to separate the surroundings and to hold notes and reminders of work.
Image 45 – Minimal screen: Basic wooden structure that can be used as a hanger.
Figure 46 – Screen with a different hinge system: Use the versatility of a leather strap to hold the screen surfaces together.
Picture 47 – Umbrella wood covered with braided natural fiber.
Figure 48 – Ambient screen inspired by the classic wooden decoration.
Picture 49 – Screen integrated into the decoration of the environment: inserting mirror, lamp, shelves and shelf.
Figure 50 – Glam style screen: golden structure with mirrors.
Figure 51 – Multi-face screen for decorating a spacious room with marquetry.
Picture 52 – Dark wood picture for the decoration of outdoor areas as a reference to the decks.
Figure 53 – Wooden sieve with organic patterns in flexible MDF panels
Figure 54 – Wooden umbrella-like division of conjugate environments of apartments Lofts type.
Figure 55 – Screen with multiple faces and roles to create a smaller environment for the room in a large room.
Picture 56 – Screen panel photo with copper tubing for super contemporary creative setting.
Picture 57 – Screens padded in the decoration of the walls of a suite: comfortable and cozy atmosphere.
Image 58 – Fixed screen in the department between the rooms: arrange the faces as you prefer.
Image 59 – Minimalist style screen with a colored structure and white filling.
Picture 60 – Screen in a large and demanding environment: iron structure with mirrors on a double right foot