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by Jaime last modified Sep 26, 2011

I’m a big fan of Crestview Doors’ mid-century doors and was overjoyed when I found out they were releasing a series of decorative wood dividers called Redi-Screens. Launching in October at the 2011 Sunbelt Builders Show in Austin, Texas, the screens are carved from stain-grade maple and bound by hand into a maple frame. There [...]




 

 

Redi Screens from Crestview Doors

I’m a big fan of Crestview Doors’ mid-century doors and was overjoyed when I found out they were releasing a series of decorative wood dividers called Redi-Screens.

Launching in October at the 2011 Sunbelt Builders Show in Austin, Texas, the screens are carved from stain-grade maple and bound by hand into a maple frame. There are three standard widths and two heights, as well as a fantastic selection of seven initial patterns. The dividers can be installed as sliding doors, pocket doors, articulating doors, room partitions, room dividers, hanging or mounted screens. I am trying to come up with a place in my home where I can use these. I bet you can even make a headboard from one… so many possibilities!

Redi Screens from Crestview Doors

Redi Screens from Crestview Doors

You don’t have to wait until after October to buy Redi-Screens – they’re already available on Crestview Doors’ website.


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