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4 Panel Room Divider in Cherry
R566-4 Features: -4 - Panel room divider.-Frame material: Wood with wood veneer.-Define a space or create privacy with this Japanese-inspired room divider.-Features 4 paper panels.-Folds for easy storage. Color/Finish: -Cherry finish. Dimensions: -Overall dimensions: 70'' H x 50'' W x 6'' D.
Features 4 paper panels
Folds for easy storage
Frame is made of wood with wood veneer
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19 of 19 found the following review helpful:
As beautiful as it is functional...Aug 13, 2010
By Dog of War
I ordered the Polaris shoji screen from Legacy Decors in cherry. It came pre-assembled, packed tightly in a strong, but unpadded box. It arrived in near perfect condition, with two tiny dents in the wood--nothing bad enough to merit a return.
The four panels are connected by lightweight, yet sturdy, screwed hinges that leave ~1-cm spaces between the panels when opened to their widest standing position. It opens as wide as 68 inches across while standing on its own (that's wider than pictured). It can be stored upright in floor space as small as 17x8 inches without having to lean it on anything. At 13 lbs, the screen can be moved and carried with ease.
I doubt it would withstand being banged around too much without getting damaged, but seems solid enough for its intended use. Definitely one of the best buys I made this year.
13 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Aesthetically Pleasing with a Few Minor IssuesJan 13, 2011
By Jenny T.
Overall, I like this screen. After searching and searching, the price isn't bad. It was just under $90 with shipping and I didn't want to spend hundreds on a relatively insignificant part of my decor.
The screen material is definitely synthetic, it's meshy - kind of like the backing material you'd use for embroidery. It does feel cheap, but I won't be handling the screen very often, so I don't mind that.
The wood is very evenly stained, but it had a slight woody/stain smell to it that has seemed to dissipate after a few days.
The hinges - this is part 1 of why it's only 4 stars instead of 5 - the hinges were unevenly screwed in (the screws were poking out at different lengths, not plumb at all. I was able to fix this with Phillips and it seems to help. The other issue with the hinges is that the center panels seem to be not as well aligned with the outer panels and it makes the center pretty wobbly. I could probably unscrew the hinges and reassemble it, but it's not worth the time to do that. It DOES stand on its own plus I was able to brace it against a book case and that's helped, but I wouldn't put it in any high traffic area unless you have some kind of support. The unevenness was especially noticeable because of my hardwood floors.
The cherry is a little brighter red than the photos portray, but it adds a nice warm color to the room of dark browns, reds, oranges and gray-blues.
The screens look great with lighting behind them and the material doesn't look as cheap as it feels.
From even a short distance, it looks great and gives the right amount of partition I needed as well as blocks the wind from the opening door.
My roommate likes it so much that she wants to order a second one for the living room (she's a fashion editor and our apartment is very well decorated).
Like I mentioned, the center panels are a bit wobbly. My other issue is that the gaps between the panels are bigger than I'd like (part 2 of the reason for 4 stars instead of 5), BUT it still lends to enough privacy to change behind it or block the wind from the door opening (again, as long as you have something lending it some structure).
I was trying to decide between this and the 3-panel one and I'm definitely GLAD I went with this one. If there was a 5 panel, it would be even better. The 4-panel won't quite hide an entire Queen Size bed, but it will hide most of it and give you the partition you want.
It was here something close to 5 days earlier than it was promised. VERY impressed with that. It had no scratches, the box was very well back and used minimal space. I couldn't be happier. I would prefer it if they offered free shipping (I'd buy 2 or 3 screens instead of just one), but it was manageable.
10 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Room dividerJan 05, 2011
I bought this cherry room divider about 6 months ago to separate my bedroom from the kitchen. The panel arrived on time without any damage. The cherry wood is beautiful and I have received several compliments from my friends. The panel is sturdy and well-built without being overly heavy. I like the white paper - it provides both privacy and let's the light in. My cats have not damaged the paper (which was one of my fears). I would highly recommend this room divider.
12 of 14 found the following review helpful:
Beautiful Room dividerAug 12, 2009
By Sherry Hannigan
I have a very large living room area and I purchassed the room divider to create a space at the back for a sewing area without putting up a permanent wall. The room divider is really beautiful and I get a lot of compliments on it. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is the panels aren't stable unless you put the divider in a short zigzag. I was expecting a longer divider given it is 4 panels. I have made it work for me and I like the mobility you get with these screens.
9 of 10 found the following review helpful:
Great buyFeb 14, 2008
By Island Mom
You definitely get your money's worth with this purchase. We use it as a divide between our guest room and the rest of the house and it does the job! The opacity of the screen is enough to provide the needed privacy.
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