Screens dominate the flexibility and the mutation character that give the decoration of your home or the space where they are inserted.
The placement of a screen in a room for example, can divide the environment effectively, but also temporarily, easily through the change in its location, the screen will allow to easily remodel its interior decoration.
For this reason, it is a suitable solution for those who frequently tire of the decoration they have in their home.
Divide and recreate, hide or show, the screen has the ability to divert attention from a less interesting area of your room, or function as a separator, opening the doors to a new environment.
Decorative and sculptural pieces
Purely functional and tendentiously opaque in the past, the screens are, nowadays, by themselves a decorative piece.
The sculptural character meets, therefore, the functional and thus we see the launching like this of Ex'primae: a steel screen perforated and covered by a plastic where an image was printed.
Or notice the option of the French Alaxa, who edited this model designed by Charles Dainvile and Stephan Lanez.
His Japanese inspiration with natural motifs blends into the space and promises to bring freshness and elegance to his environment.
Although a screen can close or divide a space by itself, the increasing use of transparencies allows us to extend horizons.
In the case of transparent screens, their choice is often equated to reshape the decoration of a relatively small space, this because that transparency not only avoids "cutting" the space, as it can give the illusion that we are facing a larger wall .
In this case the screen reveals itself as a true ally, with these options, as in these options that we present to you from Servetto, in Plexiglass and the Extremis screen: