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Six-Panel Tapestry Upholstered Screen, France, 1940s
Located in Isle Sur La Sorgue, Vaucluse
Colorful six-panel folding screen or room divider. Each wood panel is clad in a vivid wool tapestry and framed with blue velvet. Decorative brass nailhead trim. The other side is pla...
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Vintage 1940s French Art Deco Screens and Room Dividers

Fortuny Upholstered Five Panel Folding Screen Room Divider
By Fortuny
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Gorgeous Fortuny silk damask upholstered folding screen or room divider. Bespoke professionally crafted screen features five panels painstakingly constructed with brass tack nail hea...
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20th Century American Baroque Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen, Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in SYRETT's beautiful Alexander print, the Queenie dressing screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into every space,...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in FELDER FELDER’S striking Zebra butterfly print, the Pru Dressing Screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into ever...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Divider Screen Made in England
By Matthew Williamson
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in MATTHEW WILLIAMSON’S delicate Palm Springs print which has been exclusively designed for ROOME LONDON. This statement screen can be used as a standalone piece of ...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in Sophie Ward’s beautiful Botanical Feather print, the Queenie dressing screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in Amy Molyneaux’s striking Africa print, the Queenie dressing screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into every spa...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in Amy Molyneaux’s striking Africa print, the Pru dressing screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into every space, ...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Cut Steel, Brass

French Neoclassical Revival Giltwood Mirror and Upholstered 3-Panel Screen
Located in Hopewell, NJ
A sublimely elegant versatile antique French neoclassical folding screen having central panel with cresting of a garland with crimped ribbon ties over a square mirrored panel edged i...
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Antique Early 1900s French Neoclassical Screens and Room Dividers

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Upholstery, Mirror, Giltwood

French Art Deco 3-Fold Gilt Screen with Upholstered Panels
Located in New York, NY
French Art Deco low 3 fold gilt screen with arch form center and upholstered panels in maroon with floral & bird design (attributed to SUE & MARE)
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Vintage 1920s French Art Deco Screens and Room Dividers

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Giltwood, Upholstery

Schumacher 4-Panel "Tiger Palm" Upholstered Screen with Brass Nailhead Detail
By Schumacher
Located in New York, NY
The perfect accent to any room – this decorative screen features Tiger Palm fabric from Schumacher’s Mystique Collection. Inspired by antique block prints, this versatile, mid-scale ...
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2010s American Screens and Room Dividers

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Linen

French Louis XV Style 3-Fold Screen with Toile Upholstered Panels
Located in New York, NY
French Louis XV style (19/20th Century) cerused wooden frame 3 fold screen with white satin upholstered panels in a red toile print.
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Antique Late 19th Century French Louis XV Screens and Room Dividers

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Satin, Wood

1990 Post Modern Set of Two Black and Brown Rafia Upholstered Screens
Located in Brescia, IT
This set of two black and brown upholstered Italian screens are totally hand made and in good conditions. Every screens are composed by two panels each. The fabric is a kind of rafia...
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1990s Italian Post-Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Fabric

An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen
Located in West Hollywood, CA
An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen. Three panel screen upholstered in chinoiserie print linen fabric. Back is upholstered in a matching solid green cotton linen blend with a cream gim...
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20th Century American Screens and Room Dividers

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Linen, Wood

  • An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen
  • An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen
  • An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen
  • An Upholstered Chinoiserie Screen
H 90 in. W 60 in. D 1 in.
Brass Studded and Blue and White Upholstered Chinoiserie Fabric Dragon Screen
Located in South Yarra, AU
A stylish brass-studded blue and white Chinoiserie dragon design six panel upholstered screen, French 20th Century Measures: 250 cm high, 360 cm wide (each section) each panel 60 cm ...
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Mid-20th Century French Chinoiserie Screens and Room Dividers

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Fabric

Diamond Patterned and Bone Lacquered Upholstered Three Panel Room Divider
Located in Miami, FL
Trifold room divider fashioned of bone colored lacquered wood. Front and back panels are cushioned and upholstered in diamond pattern faux leather with gold thread and finished with ...
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Mid-20th Century American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Wood, Upholstery

A Continental Velvet Upholstered 3-Panel Floor Screen
Located in Atlanta, GA
the three panels upholstered in light blue velvet and trimmed with brass nailheads, the panels connected by brass hinges, resting on small bracket feet, the reverse without nailheads
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20th Century Screens and Room Dividers

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Velvet, Upholstery

WONDERFUL UPHOLSTERED THREE PANEL FOLDING SCREEN.
Located in New York, NY
Wonderful three panel folding screen with reversible hindges upholstered in a rich textured gold and red velvet on one side, and in a dull gold vintage mohair velvet on the other an...
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Late 20th Century American Screens and Room Dividers

Luxurious Upholstered 4 Panel Screen with Nailheads
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Plush custom creamy white upholstered room divider or screen having 4 panels with curved tops and handsome brass nailhead detailing. Finished on back but without the nailheads. Each...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Upholstery

Silk Upholstered Screen with Asian Tiger Motif
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Large screen upholstered in silk with Tiger pattern in center. Four panel screen, one of a kind.
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Late 20th Century French Screens and Room Dividers

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Silk

French 19th Century Upholstered Oak Folding Screen
Located in Baton Rouge, LA
Five uniformly-sized panels - upholstered in a bold, chartreuse fabric - constitute this fabulous 19th Century French solid oak folding screen. Each panel measures 73-¼”H x 23-½”W x ...
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Antique 19th Century French Neoclassical Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass

Custom Leather-Upholstered Four-Panel Screen by Dragonette Ltd
By Dragonette Ltd.
Located in Palm Desert, CA
An impressive custom leather-upholstered four-panel screen, featuring a Greek key brass nailhead detail on one side and an X brass nailhead detail on the reverse - 16,000 nailheads i...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Leather, Upholstery

Chic Custom Upholstered Screen in Clarence House Tibet Fabric
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Medium sized three-panel two-sided upholstered screen in Clarence House Tibet fabric with popular tiger motife, in cream, blue and taupe. Each panel is 20.5 inches wide.
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Early 2000s American Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Upholstery

Stately Upholstered Six-Panel Raffia Screen with Nailhead Detail
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A custom made nine foot tall raffia-upholstered screen with nailhead paneling detail. This screen is currently separated into three two-panel sections for ease of transport and has t...
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1990s American Screens and Room Dividers

Victorian Three-Fold Mahogany Dressing Screen with Upholstered Panels
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
Victorian three-fold mahogany dressing screen with upholstered panels Victorian three fold mahogany dressing screen, room divider with upholstered panels This is a superior q...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Adam Style Screens and Room Dividers

Upholstered Floor Screen with Five Panels or Room Divider Sun-faded
Located in Chicago, IL
Custom-built high-quality five panel floor-screen/room divider, now in very sun-faded upholstery. The color palette is warm and rich without overpowering ones senses, making it suita...
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20th Century American Screens and Room Dividers

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Fabric

19th Century Carved Giltwood and Upholstered Three-Panel Dressing Screen
Located in Brea, CA
19th century carved giltwood and upholstered three-panel dressing screen. Original finish, with distressed areas on the gilt. Three-part fold forward or back, upholstered in a strip...
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Early 20th Century French Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Giltwood

Upholstered Nailhead Screen
Located in Tarrytown, NY
Great textured screen with nailheads.
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1990s Screens and Room Dividers

  • Upholstered Nailhead Screen
  • Upholstered Nailhead Screen
  • Upholstered Nailhead Screen
  • Upholstered Nailhead Screen
H 79 in. W 60 in. D 1.5 in.
French Upholstered Screen
Located in Dallas, TX
Large French Style Four-Panel Upholstered Screen, in reversible blue/cream damask fabric with gimp trim and nailheads
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20th Century French Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass

  • French Upholstered Screen
  • French Upholstered Screen
  • French Upholstered Screen
  • French Upholstered Screen
H 96 in. W 96 in. D 1 in.
Chrome Folding Screen Upholstered in Porter Teleo Fabric
By Milo Baughman
Located in Chicago, IL
A 1970s chrome three-panel folding screen / room divider newly upholstered in a black and white abstract fabric by Porter Teleo. Unknown designer / attributed to Milo Baughman. Arche...
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Vintage 1970s American Mid-Century Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Chrome, Steel

19th Century French Mahogany Upholstered Dressing Screen
Located in Chillerton, Isle of Wight
19th century French mahogany upholstered dressing screen This is a lovely three fold screen, the screen is an unusual design with graduated glass panels rising in height and shape...
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Antique 19th Century French Adam Style Screens and Room Dividers

English Solid Oak and Upholstered Three-Panel Screen
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
A very large British three-panel oak-framed screen with upholstered studded panels above fielded oak lower panels, the sections pivoting on heavy original brass two-way hinges. ...
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Vintage 1910s English Edwardian Screens and Room Dividers

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Oak

Fine Upholstered Contemporary Dressing Screen Made in England
Located in London, GB
Fine upholstered in FELDER FELDER’S stunning Butterfly print, the Queenie dressing screen is inspired by a 1920s style. This statement piece will inject Hollywood glamour into every ...
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2010s English Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Brass, Cut Steel

Upholstered Screen from the Estate of Pamela Churchill Harriman
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Pretty upholstered screen or room divider. 20th century Colefax and Fowler glazed chintz with silk trim edging. From the Estate of Pamela Churchill Harriman. Each panel measures 1...
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Antique 19th Century Screens and Room Dividers

Luxurious Tall Custom Screen Upholstered in Pierre Frey Serenite Linen
Located in Hopewell, NJ
Very elegant tall custom upholstered screen having Pierre Frey Japanese inspired embroidered silk and linen called 'Serenite" on crème ground, with four panels, beautiful front and b...
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2010s North American Screens and Room Dividers

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Linen

Three Panel Screen Vintage French Upholstered Velvet Antique Cars, circa 1970
Located in Mimizan, FR
Vintage French Three Panel Screen circa 1970 Mid Century upholstered in old gold velour with interior panels prited fabric with antique cars and vehicules Unusual one of a kind piec...
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Vintage 1960s French Screens and Room Dividers

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Cotton, Upholstery, Velvet

Italy 1990 Post Moder Style Pair of Upholstered Screens in Natural Suede
Located in Brescia, IT
Italy 1990 Pair of post modern style upholstered screens in natural suede Each screen is composed by two panels. Natural suede on the front side and velvet damask fabric on the back...
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1990s Italian Post-Modern Screens and Room Dividers

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Suede, Damask

Swedish Modern Room Divider in Pine, Upholstered in Svenskt Tenn, Made in 1960s
By Josef Frank, Svenskt Tenn
Located in Odense, DK
A marvellous room divider made in pine, later upholstered with fabric from Svenskt Tenn. Made by a Swedish Cabinetmaker in the 1960s. Exclusively decorated with a beautiful flower mo...
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Mid-20th Century Swedish Art Deco Screens and Room Dividers

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Fabric, Pine

Upholstered 9 Panel Screen
Located in South Pasadena, CA
Custom upholstered 9-panel screen with brass nail head trim upholstered in Peter Fasano fabric.
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20th Century American Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Fabric, Wood

  • Upholstered 9 Panel Screen
  • Upholstered 9 Panel Screen
  • Upholstered 9 Panel Screen
  • Upholstered 9 Panel Screen
H 82 in. W 130.5 in. D 1 in.
Giltwood upholstered folding screen
Located in Kensington, MD
French Louis XVI style giltwood four panel folding screen, carved and upholstered on both sides.
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Antique 19th Century French Screens and Room Dividers

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Upholstery, Giltwood, Velvet

Pair of French Upholstered Room Screens
Located in New York, NY
Pair of French Upholstered Room Screens
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Vintage 1950s French Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Fabric

Upholstered Silk Panel Screen- Turkish Moon A
Located in West Hollywood, CA
Upholstered in Idarica Gazzoni - Turkish Moon
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21st Century and Contemporary American Screens and Room Dividers

Pair of French Newly Upholstered Room Screens
Located in New York, NY
Pair of French Room Screens, Newly Upholstered in a Turquoise Silk Velvet (Only 1 Available)
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Vintage 1950s French Screens and Room Dividers

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Velvet

Brazilian Ebonized Four Panel Upholstered Double Sided Screen
Located in New York, NY
A wonderful, double sided upholstered, ebonized screen. The hinges allow the screen to fold front and back, making this four panel screen fully adjustable. With two panels of uphol...
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Vintage 1940s Brazilian Screens and Room Dividers

Materials

Wood, Upholstery

Pair of Custom Made Upholstered Velvet with Brass Studs
Located in New York, NY
Pair of Custom Made Upholstered Velvet with Brass Studs
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Late 20th Century American Screens and Room Dividers

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Upholstered Screen Dividers For Sale on 1stDibs

Find a variety of upholstered screen dividers available on 1stDibs. The range of distinct upholstered screen dividers — often made from fabric, upholstery and metal — can elevate any home. We have 29 antique and vintage upholstered screen dividers in-stock, while there are 9 modern editions to choose from as well. Upholstered screen dividers have long been popular, with older editions for sale from the 19th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Modern, Art Deco and Mid-Century Modern upholstered screen dividers are consistently popular styles. Upholstered screen dividers have been a part of the life’s work for many furniture makers, but those produced by Lisa Tharp Collection, Matthew Williamson and Schumacher are consistently popular.

Finding the Right Screens and Room Dividers for You

Whether they are implemented as decorative accents or makeshift partitions to ensure privacy, antique and vintage folding screens and room dividers easily introduce sophistication and depth to any space in your home.

The earliest examples of folding screens are said to have originated in China and go back at least as far as the Han dynasty. Screens of the era were heavy structures made of wood and had hinges of cloth or leather. They were adorned with elaborate landscape paintings that were typically created on silk or paper canvases and applied directly to the screen’s panels afterward. Just as they had been in the 20th century and today, the folding screens then were recognized for both their practical and purely decorative properties.

Japanese room-divider screens were also decorated with paintings but constructed to be lightweight and mobile. They took on considerable event-based importance when the structures gained popularity in the East Asian country, as the folding screens were used in performing arts such as concerts, tea ceremonies and more. Later, artists elsewhere warmed to folding screens and sought to create their own.

In European countries such as France, where they were known as paravent, folding screens began to materialize in apartments in Paris, gaining favor with the likes of pioneering couturier Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel, who is said to have accrued more than 30 and used them as a precursor to what we now know as wallpaper.

On 1stDibs, find a wide range of antique and vintage folding screens and room dividers, which, given their history, may do a better job of bringing people and cultures together in your home than sectioning off a space. Search by material to find options in metal, fabric or wood, or browse by style for mid-century modern designs and examples from the Art Deco era.

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