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Room Screen Dividers-tres tres chic!

September 25, 2009

Working from home isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Just ask any person who works from home, and they’ll tell you. Half the time there isn’t a space that is just the “office,” but it’s the bedroom, or the living room, and sometimes the kitchen. One of the thing I tell people who work from home is to create their “working space.” So if all you have to work with is a living room as your space, then take a corner and stick with it. Make that corner your designated space for working and work related activities. It may seem hard to divide your space up, so how do we go about it?

With a gorgeous Room Screen Divider that’s how:

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If you live in a one room space, this can still work. Think of it as your way of putting up walls, without your landlord giving you the boot.

Choose from two different dreamy floral garden panels,  laser cut from plated steel and coated in brass or silver. At $60 a pop, even the most price conscious can make the investment.

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And for those of you with ultra chic(or aspiring chic) offices outside of the house, these panels make for a great way of creating your own cubicles or dividing any space. A few desks from West Elm with a panel in between and your office will be the talk of the town.

Remember, having Office Style™  isn’t just about looking pretty. Your office represents you, your company, and your company’s image. Think about that the next time you reach for broken pencils out of that black plastic holder. Or when your client walks in to find dead plants in every corner.

What do you think of these wall panels? Would you put them your office or home office? Make a suggestion to your boss?

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3 thoughts on “Room Screen Dividers-tres tres chic!

  1. Julia says:

    WOW! These are gorgeous! So intricate! I love it!

  2. Camberley says:

    I am in love! So chic!

  3. Angela says:

    Those are absolutely beautiful! Sadly my house and rooms are too small for such things. What amazes me most is the price. Would have expected them to be much more.

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