I am looking for this in burnt grey as pictured. However, when I attempt to place an order, only brown is offered. Is Burnt grey available? Please advise. Thanks!
Wood Classic Venetian 4-panel 5.5-foot Room Divider (China)
Made in the style of old shutters, this antique looking slated four-panel room divider adds a country style to any room in your house and gives you privacy. Available in different shades of weathered wood, this divider allows light and air through.
ITEM#: 12989791This is a traditionally styled louvered panel screen, with open wood slats allowing light and air to pass through. These divider panels are an easy way to partition any room in the house. Designed for classic functionality, these dividers are easy to set up and store.
- Design: Double-sided, Venetian
- Style: Traditional
- Primary color: Multi
- Color options: White, grey, brown
- Room/Setting: Indoor
- Board frame: Wood
- Board type: Free standing
- Number of panels: Four
- Material: Wood
- Screen height: 5.5 feet
- Average standing width (as shown in image): 54 inches
- Flat dimensions: 67 inches high x 66 inches wide
Story Behind the Art:
This handcrafted item and many others come from a third-generation family-run workshop in mainland China. Their skills have been passed down for many generations. We are proud to support them in their quest to keep their age-old techniques alive for future generations. Many of the artists are hired out of semi-retirement to work from home, training the next generation to become master craftsmen.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill will create variations in color, size and design. Color differences may occur between the actual product and your computer screen. If buying two of the same item, slight differences will occur from piece to piece.
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|Dimensions||68.00 in L x 17.50 in W x 3.00 in H|
|Color||Brown Grey Off-White White|
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Unfortunately, burnt gray is sold out.
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