SCREENS

Our homes have become multifunctional over the last few years. What was once merely a guest room is now an office for two. The kitchen table is a 3rd-grade classroom. With these increased and varied activities, our homes require new furnishings. Flexible space-organizing options that are practical and aesthetically pleasing are key.

Submaterial’s new Divvy collection of elegant and airy screens work to define your personal space without confining it. And perhaps most importantly, the sound-dampening qualities of the materials used, wool felt and cork, provide acoustic separation. The Divvy screens are available in three unique designs. Lyric is playfully curvilinear. Basis is softly geometric. And Steno exudes perfectly updated MCM vibes.

Modern, yet nostalgic. Solid, yet see-through. The new Century Screen from Submaterial elevates any space. Fabricated in walnut or white oak veneer laminated with natural cork and hung in tiles of variable length, the elements of the Century screen are positionable; one can twist and turn the tiles to create the transparency level of their choice. The engaging dimensional surface catches the sunlight and produces dramatic shadows.

A tan leather rectangle with built up small squares hung vertically on a wall with other art works.

Century Screen

One dark gray and one mustard yellow felt screen hang in a space. The pattern is rounded squared with occasional square punch outs.

Divvy | Basis

One tan and one red felt screen in an open petal shaped pattern hang in a white space.

Divvy | Lyric

Two felt screens with alternating rounded trapezoid shapes in a gradient from white and gray to greens and blues

Divvy | Steno