This stained glass screen divider is called Gaudi and has been designed by Unda. While most room dividers are crafted in wood and seem to have that ‘antique’ look about them, this one is all about celebrating life with a bit of zest and some vibrant shades. Its surely adds what its makers promise as Gaudi is dubbed to bring into your home a charm that is “mystical, dramatic, emotional and beautiful” according to Unda.
With the way most interiors are shaping up these days, one could argue that the trend is a bit too bland and at times repetitive. Everyone wants walls that are in neutral shades with grays and whites, furniture and lighting that is sleek, metallic and once again in neutral colors which do not exactly stand out from the rest. The Couch generally is either all-black or all-white depending on your taste and the barer the walls, the better it seems. The formula seems to be same when it comes to use of glass, concrete and wood in designing most homes off late. How about adding a bit of color to all of this to spice things up a little?
Like floating droplets of joy, the glass divider brings in a very different spatial element and while it might not really fit into everyone’s scheme of things, it can really light up a place when combined with the right kind of illumination. Standing 210 cm tall and 180 cm wide, the entire unit is obviously foldable and should be a perfect way to brighten up your home in case it already has a predominantly ‘glass’ element to it.