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Magshion Oriental Room Divider Hardwood Shoji Screen (4 Panel-Na

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Magshion Oriental Room Divider Hardwood Shoji Screen (4 Panel-Na

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Product Description

This screen has 4 panels connected by hinges that allow it to be configured whatever way suits you best. Able to help you separate large living spaces to create a more manageable flow in your home, this screen can also be compactly folded up when you want to make the most of your open areas.

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Magshion Oriental Room Divider Hardwood Screen

Keep the style of your home fresh and updated with this trendy folding panel screen.

Keep this screen completely unfolded and use it as a false wall, or give it a bit of a crinkle and use it as an ornate decoration. No matter where you put it or what you use it for, this beige folding panel wall is the perfect intricate addition to any home.

SpecificationsSpecifications

Specifications

Color: Natural

4 Panels Size: 70"H x 70" W

Material: pine wood framework + non-woven fabric

Location: indoor use only

White Non-woven FabricWhite Non-woven Fabric

White Non-woven Fabric

Material between the wood lattice- White non-woven fabric

With a transmittance in the optical characteristics of non-transparent,

allows light and soft, and plays the role of guarding the privacy.

It is easy to clean- simply dust with a dry cloth.

Dual-Action HingesDual-Action Hinges

Dual-Action Hinges

Bottom lock catch helps enhance stability.

The embedded screws can help further fasten the flower stand, no harm to hand.

No Assembly RequiredNo Assembly Required

No Assembly Required

Ready out of the box

Comes fully assembled amp; ready for use

No tools necessary

3 Panel ​For smaller areas, easy setups, and portable storage

4 Panel For larger areas, where additional privacy is needed

SpecificationsSpecifications

White Non-woven FabricWhite Non-woven Fabric

Dual-Action HingesDual-Action Hinges

No Assembly RequiredNo Assembly Required

Magshion Oriental Room Divider Hardwood Shoji Screen (4 Panel-Na

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