7 Stylish Room Dividers to Redefine Your Space
Making the most of your space doesn’t always mean a soup-to-nuts renovation—sometimes a stylish divider is all you need. Originally designed in the late 1970s, the hand-painted Metropole screen has recently been given a fresh update by interior designer Eric Cohler. $11,720, at Baker Furniture, NYDC, 200 Lexington Ave., Ste. 300, NYC, 212-779-8810.
This rare steel-framed screen by artist and furniture designer André Dubreuil boasts iridescent scales that positively shimmer. $28,000, at Karl Kemp Antiques, 36 E. 10th St., NYC, 212-254-1877.
New York–based artist Nina Helms’s Fleur screen, featuring large, whimsical pigment-infused flowers on Lucite panels, will lend a touch of spring to any room. Starting at $24,000, 516-510-5119.
Add some Andalusian flair to your flat with this Alhambra screen, handmade and imported from Morocco. $950, at Moroccan Prestige, 18-07 38th St., Queens, 212-741-1470.
Featuring a woodland scene on an antiqued silver ground, this chinoiserie wallpaper screen is an elegant way to section off a parlor or great room. $11,445, at Gracie, D&D, 979 Third Ave., Ste. 1411, NYC, 212-924-6816.
Bring the outside in with the Italian-made Aliseo screen, fitted with floral-patterned linen in an 18k gold–plated frame. Starting at $6,175, at Property, 57 Walker St., NYC, 917-237-0123.
Graphic color blocks, as seen on this custom screen at Décor NYC, make for an exceptionally bold accent piece. $499, 159 W. 25th St., NYC, 212-488-4977.