Dilemma 2: I am great with fabric selection, color and pattern matching, blah blah blah. . . . But when it comes to the furniture in a room. . . . I'm a tad on the clueless side.
So, I am often changing in my room, and anyone with young children knows that you can't close and lock a door without tears and screaming. But my son is now six and I would like for him to not be the one to corrupt the kindergarten class by describing the state in which he saw his surgical scarred and gravity victim of a mother. So I am going to build a privacy screen. I am also redoing my bedroom and I think this is going to be the focal point. So I am completely starting from scratch.
Which style should I use?
I think I will most likely be constructing it myself. And I like the idea of the one above and using a wall paper to cover it.
Or maybe it will be easier to purchase one. . . .
But I love the idea of using old doors.
I think I am naturally drawn to this fabric covered divider. I see it and think of all the fabrics I could put on it to reflect my style. But I think with the fabric on the window treatments over my two windows and the fabric covered headboard I should probably go with something else other than the fabric covered option. Thoughts?
Of all these beautiful options, I want to know what you would suggest. Does anyone use a privacy screen or room divider? What are your thoughts?
Here are some other beautiful options I came across. Enjoy!