Screen and its use in the interiorNovember 15, 2017
As a piece of furniture, the screen first became known in China as early as the 6th century. AD, but its use was mainly associated with the protection of the home from evil spirits. The first screens were bulky in size and rich in decor and were traditionally located in front of the entrance to the house. Due to the strong cultural influence from China, screens became popular in Japan around the 8th century. - they differed from their prototypes in more compact dimensions, in light weight (the main material was not wood, but special thick paper). Japanese screens are also known for their skillful paintings - sashes covered images of nature, plants, mythical and real animals.
In Europe, the screen appeared only in the XVII century. during a period of particular interest in the culture and art of eastern countries, but it was perceived only from an aesthetic point of view. The screen began to be used as a partition only two centuries later. The practical application of a screen is connected with the delimitation and division of a single space of a room or house.Currently, partitions are in great demand among the owners of one-bedroom apartments or studios. Often you can find screens with compartments for storage or shelves for books or magazines. The interior of the screen perfectly combines with the curtains from http://shtory.kiev.ua/, provided that they are stylistically designed competently. And the technology of manufacture and development of these interior details is very similar.
The variety of materials, textures and design performance allows you to choose a screen, which besides the practical function will serve as an ornament in any room. So, if the screen is made of a thin material that transmits light, the location behind it of the lamp allows you to create a soft, muffled room indoors. In addition, the location of such a screen in a small room will visually expand its space. If the apartment has a spacious enough combined bathroom, instead of plastic curtains, the bathtub and toilet can be separated by a partition. In the hallway or kitchen decorated screen can also be a great addition to the interior.
Properly chosen design and color of the screen to match the wallpaper or surrounding objects in the room will provide a feeling of a single harmonious space.In addition to static screens, there are more flexible, maneuverable designs that give more opportunities in zoning a personal place without losing integrity. The screen is considered to be a multifunctional and mobile alternative to capital partitions that does not require large financial investments and any serious care. The comfort and convenience in use, the light weight and the variety of decorative design of partitioned screens still provide them with popularity and great demand among buyers.