If you’re an interior design, how many times you asked yourself, “What i should use in this interior project, to give another innermost atmosphere?”. If “several” times, is your anwser, certainly, “folding screens” will likely be your first option/solution you’ll thinking to solve your enigma.
Back to a world of magic and wonder, where the ancient world’s most famous oracle prophesied the futures of kings and countries, DELPHI (the holiest site of ancient Greece), is recreated in this screen to bring oracle to life through its bird’s eye root veneer and elm root veneer.
Recalling traditional techniques to DELPHI screen using hammered brass, gives the dramatic and strong finish to it, making your living room a true desirable environment to disclose.
After side table, center table and dining table, comes KOI’s new family member, KOI screen. As you might know, KOI is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture, highly appreciated by its decorative purposes, not only in water gardens but also in Irezumi practice or, most commonly, in tattoos.
Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like KOI screen. The KOI scales that compose the panels of the screen shine and reflect – on its brass surface – the sun caught throughout the clear water.
BRABBU gives you a few tips in how to use your folding screen in indoor projects:
-Stand one behind a bed to fill in for a headboard;
-Fill an awkward or empty corner;
-Divide two rooms that are open to each other;
-Hide unsightly views;
-To provide privacy;
-They are portable and one screen can perform different functions wherever you need it;
-A decorative screen no matter what its styling will add instant impact to any room.