Shoji Screens vs. Screenflex Freestanding Room Dividers
Shoji screens are Japanese designed panel screens that are popular worldwide. Made mainly for decorative purposes and to divide space, shoji screens are mainly seen in residential settings. Shoji screens can range in price and are typically not made in the United States. Somewhat portable, shoji screens can stand alone in a zig zag position only. They are not made to stand completely open.
Screenflex freestanding room dividers are made in the U.S.A. and are popular worldwide in churches, schools, businesses and residential settings. They are known for their mobility, durability and acoustical features. freestanding room dividers are portable and set up easily in seconds. Acoustical panels absorb at least 65% of created sound. Panels are tack-able to allow for displaying artwork, classroom materials etc. freestanding dividers are flexible and will configure into many shapes to suit any of your room’s needs.