Saturday, December 11, 2010
Divided, Are We?
When it comes to room dividers, it would always be the Japanese that would pop in into my mind every time I think about it. The Japanese are famous of their bamboo and paper-made dividers that are usually featured in Japanese cartoons or movies. But the charms of room dividers don’t start and stop on Japan only. Aside from Japan, Americans are also fond of room dividers for their home. Actually, there are a many sorts of dividers that are available all throughout the world, not only in America too, that are being admired, purchased and brought home by families. They have a lot of purpose, or use, for every different family around the globe.
There are dividers that are made of plastic, metal, and some wood. Usually, wood room dividers have hand-painted design for additional charm and beauty. Just like the one in the picture, hand-painted dividers hold more appeal because of its natural charisma and style. The bear family in the meadow and woods will leave you breathless as you stare more into it. HMI Bear Room Divider are also multi-purpose; Japanese use them when they change clothes or while readying themselves for a bath. But in our modern pace today, room dividers usually serve as highlights for interior designing. They had become additions on what could make a space or area of a house grander than before. They can also serve as space saver, covering the dining room just behind the living room. It’s actually up to you on how you want to use a room divider. I’m just certain that whatever you want it to be, it’ll turn out fine. Whether a concealed space in your room or a masterpiece in your living room, it will still look as dashing as anywhere that you want it be placed.