Sunday, 22 March 2009

What Are You Hiding?

Green Pagoda by Simon P Scott

I love screens. My inner bad girl used to fantasise about throwing delicate items of lingerie over the top and then.. no, no, le'ts not go there. I am much more interested in them now as a decorative conceit to hide the telly in the corner or as a back drop to a double bed, to divide a room or simply to attract the eye to a gorgeous panel. I found these in this April's World of Interiors and present them for anyone to place in their own mind's eye. My favourite is the surreally draped resin-plaster number which evokes dressing, undressing, the body, the bed, the angel, the... whatever you may please.

Yellow Bute Cube from Heal's

Hanami by Carlo dal Bianco

Anna by Julian Chichester

Puzzle by Egawa & Zbryk

Contemporary resin-plaster screen by Marc Bankowsky

Scaletta by Piero Fornasetti


  1. Hello, what a range of wonderfull screens you have shown. It is hard to decide which one is the best. I tend to say, that I like most the Hanami screen. But also the resin plaster is really interesting. What a fun to image how one could play with such interior.
    Nice regards, Johanna

  2. Hi Johanna, willkomen! Thank you for your kind comment. I love the roses on your blog. And may I say I wish Germany good luck in the World Cup! You beat England well with a young creative team and deserve to win.


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