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This ornate pair of cypress wood Chinese Window Panels ($3,750) originally had an architectural (yet decorative) purpose in 19th century China. But, their greek key pattern, which is very popular these days, certainly gives the screen a sort of à la mode flair. I'd love to see them used in a home's interior, rather than its structure, and I'm wondering what ideas you have for them. I'm thinking they'd look quite unique used as a great headboard, coffee-table top, mirror frame, or even a hanging pot rack. The possibilities are endless. What are your thoughts? Tell me by commenting below!

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RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
I would use them as window panels in a room with great sun exposure. I would love to see how the details of the panels show in a room.
baybelle baybelle 7 years
Hang one from the ceiling in the corner of the living room and put a whole bunch on tall plants behind it. Maybe a lamp throwing light upwards among the plants to light it up at night. Bringing the outside inside!
xbist xbist 7 years scared to say that!!
xbist xbist 7 years scared to say that!!
jasmint jasmint 7 years
I like the idea of a room divider, but I also see them as a headboard.
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
* above a split wall
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
* above a split wall
leeluvfashion leeluvfashion 7 years
I would hang them off the beam that hangs off a split-wall. I think that would allow the space to still seem open while giving some divide. Or incorporate them into the base of a railing instead of the usual wood bars.
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