I love this!I have a thing for screens, I have a very old ornate one thay I use as a headboard for my platform bed another one as a divider between two rooms. I love old screens to pieces!
19th-Century Charm 19th-Century Charm Antiques are important in Country French decor. In this vignette, a paper screen from the mid 1800s serves as the backdrop for other antiques. Painted and gilded candlesticks from the same era were chosen for their height variances. The taller candlesticks balance the height of the screen.
"The glass is fogged and splotchy, the way glass gets, and there's a border with painted birds and flowers, all worn away. Everything that's reflected in the mirror looks.like a poeticized version of itself." Photographer Josephine Sacabo on her vintage Venetian mirrored screen.