divide and conquer: the best Decorative Screens

Divide and conquer with a statement folding screen. Not just for decoration, these decorative screens (also referred to as room dividers or privacy screens) are useful for dividing a space into separate areas to change the layout of a room, controlling light or creating privacy – and they are a great way to add interest or introduce a new style to a room.

Kyasha Blush Screen, £110, Arthouse

Kyasha Blush Screen, £110, Arthouse

Inspired by stunning natural Japanese landscapes, this room divider shows a calming scenery finished in a foil effect.

Shoji Screen, Approx £144, Asianliving Home At Etsy

Shoji Screen, Approx £144, Asianliving Home At Etsy

This elegant and understated lightweight three panel Japanese shoji rice paper room divider has a simple black wooden frame and is a great way to add a touch of classic Oriental art to your interiors.

Duchamp Screen In Sand, £995, Eichholtz At Houseology

Duchamp Screen In Sand, £995, Eichholtz At Houseology

This large luxurious upholstered room divider screen is upholstered in a lavish herringbone sand fabric and channels classic grandeur. Each folding screen has a detailed decorative burnished metal stud design detail arranged in a panel pattern.

Lempicka Screen, £1,185, Oka

Lempicka Screen, £1,185, Oka

This glamourous three-panelled screen is made up of tiny interlocking rectangular mirrors, each framed in an antique gold. Use the screen to section off a room or reflect light into a dark corner.

Four-panel Room Divider, £197.54 Molly Marais at Wayfair

Four-panel Room Divider, £197.54 Molly Marais at Wayfair

This black, solid wood room divider has a worn, antique feel to it.

Paris Paname Screen, £7,540, Bruno Moinard For Roche Bobois

Paris Paname Screen, £7,540, Bruno Moinard For Roche Bobois

This light, geometric screen features a brushed brass sctructure with panels in frosted plexiglass.

Paris Paname Screen, £7,540, Bruno Moinard For Roche Bobois

Paris Paname Screen, £7,540, Bruno Moinard For Roche Bobois

This light, geometric screen features a brushed brass sctructure with panels in frosted plexiglass.

Lotte Brouwer
Lotte Brouwer

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