The 7 most impressive decorative folding screen ideas

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The folding screen was originally made in China but it now a mainstay in interior design throughout the world thanks to its beauty and functionality.

By the end of the 19th century they were highly fashionable. BRABBU has selected a Top 7 of decorative folding screens, and we have include many styles, since 19th century style to French Modern. Take a look.

19th Century Style Folding Screen by George Davis Antiques & Interiors

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Parchment Folding Screen by Arturo Pani

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Vintage Manhattan Skyline Folding Screen by Les Illuminés Design

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Delphi Screen by BRABBU

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Koi Screen by BRABBU

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French Modern Folding Screen by COOCOOU27

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Extremely versatile, folding screens are a wonderful addition to any space and they bring so much style to your decor. They can guide visitors through your home by defining pathways and halls. Or it’s just a decor tool to add character in a space.

We think that this master pieces can be a decorator’s secret weapon and they will blend perfectly in your interior style.

Let us know what do you think about this BRABBU’s Selection of 7 folding screens.

2 thoughts on “The 7 most impressive decorative folding screen ideas

  1. Good choice of the folding screens! BRABBU has very stylish folding screens. I also like the french modern folding screen, but it’s not so chic like BRABBU’s folding screens.

  2. So which came first – the folding screen in China or the folding fan in China?

    I’m reposting this from another website that will probably remove it:

    The Japanese claim upon Chinese invention of folding fans
    reminds me of a story about the two claimants of the discovery of the
    Terracotta Warriors – one farmer said about the other claimant – he may
    be able to tell you the date of the discovery but he can’t tell you the
    day of the week and how the discovery came about.

    With regard to
    the origin of the folding fan which in recent years have strangely been
    attributed to Japan – I was raised in a gift shop for the first part of
    my life and was explained about the usefulness of alternating folding
    paper – not to create a fan which of course all my elders took for
    granted everyone knew was invented in China but the origin of that type
    of paper folding which they taught me when I was still a toddler for not
    only creating a book with pages allowing for an insertion of another
    piece of paper to blot the ink as well as to create creased columns in
    paper so you have a guide to write columns and columns of the same
    Chinese character over and over again but also to slip the folding fan
    into the folds of a sleeve. It’s not enough to say by those who
    would claim credit for Japan to say oh, China invented paper and then
    Japanese used it to create origami (also Chinese in origin) as well as
    the folding fan, these misappropriators cannot explain how the folding
    idea came about but China can.

    Like the misattribution of the dim
    sum Siu Mai to Japan in the last decades as well as Cantonese phrases as
    original Japanese that became loan words from Japan to China, this is
    simply not true.

    It will not however stop Japan from trying to use
    the folding fan as their 2020 Olympic logo. They’ve stolen everything
    from China and have never had a problem with the dishonesty of taking
    credit for what they have stolen and not created.

    We also sold the
    folding fans made from sandalwood strips sewn together which are
    similar to the folding written records which predate the invention of
    paper.

    In claiming the invention of the folding fan for Japan,
    they don’t want to address when they first started dancing with fans in
    Japan:http://dance.lovetoknow.com/ch

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