Shoji Screens vs. Screenflex Freestanding Room Dividers
Yes, Japanese designed shoji screens are popular worldwide. However, Shoji screens are most popular in residential settings for decorative purposes and to divide space. Shoji screen prices vary from size to size and make and model. These screens are typically made outside of the United States. Somewhat portable, shoji screens can stand alone in a zig zag position only. The screens design allows them to remain partially open when in use.
In contrast, USA made Screenflex dividers are popular worldwide in churches, schools, businesses and residential settings. How easy are they to move? Screenflex dividers roll on self-leveling caster with ease. Furthermore, these acoustical dividers absorb at least 65% of ambient noise. Screenflex fabric panels are tackable 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.