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Wood/Fiber Diamond Weave 6-foot Room Divider (China)
Give your home décor some flare with this handcrafted Chinese wooden room divider. Embellish any room in your home with the attractive natural weave pattern of plant fibers. Its available in a variety of colors to suite your decorative needs.
ITEM#: 12948545This exotic and attractive room divider is crafted of wood frames and spun plant fiber cord. The screen features a five distinctive diamond shape medallions per panel.
- Design: Natural fiber, diamond weave
- Style: Rustic
- Primary color: Multi
- Color options: Natural, black, dark red, brown, light beige, dark beige, white
- Room/Setting: Indoor
- Board frame: Wood
- Board type: Free standing
- Material: Wood, plant fiber
- Screen height: 6 feet
- Available in 3-panel, 4-panel, 5-panel, or 6-panel widths
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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|Color||Black Brown Red Tan White Yellow|
|Style||3 Panel Contemporary|
|Material||Natural Fiber Other Wood|
|Dimensions||71 in L x 58.5 in W x 1 in H|
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You could stack newspapers and get as attractive a look as this room screen provides.Read More
Screen is attractive and exactly what I expected for the price.Read More
The rattan look to the room divider complements the furniture and is used to separate the master bedroom from the sunroom. It gives us the privacy we want and can be used for other purposes if needed. We highly recommend this product.Read More
The screen was nice but had to return because color clashed with my decor. The people at Overstock were great once I got past the first, who didn't seem to know what was going on. M****, in Customer Service, was excellent and straightened everything out, including scheduling pick up with UPS.Read More
The quality of the product was not what I was hoping for. It is used in our master bathroom, thank goodness nobody really sees it except for my husband and I. I would not use it where company would see it.Read More
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Hello jessicagreen, the 3-panel room divider is approximately 71 inches high x 58.5 inches wide x .75 inches deep. Thank you for shopping with us!
How much space is there from the bottom of the panel to the floor -- don't want cats to get through !
Hello Linda, I hope your day is going well. The legs are approximately 2.5 - 3 inches tall. Thank you for shopping with us.
What is the weight of the 3-panel screen?
6 or 7 pounds. not heavy at all.
Hello sallyarden, the ship weight for the 3 panel room divider is approximately 24 pounds.Thank you for shopping with us.
How wide is 6 panels
Hello ivy080907, Thank you for inquiring about the Wood/Fiber Diamond Weave 6-foot Room Divider. 6 Panel - 96"W x 71"H (folded, as shown) or 19.5"W x 0.75"D x 71"H (per panel). I hope this helps. Thanks for shopping with us.
Itme 12948545 what color is displayed on line in the large display picture light beige or dark beige
Thank you for your interest. Due to lighting and the differences in color monitors, colors often appear different in photos. This item is as described. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions.
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