Driftwood room dividers may not pop to the top of your privacy screen list when considering how to parcel up a large room, but the Tikibaq’s rustic design is a clever way to bring nature into a space without having to care for it afterwards.
Frank Lefebvre desingned the Tikibaq lacquered stainless steel and driftwood room divider for outdoor use, but we don’t see any reason it couldn’t be used indoors, so long as privacy isn’t its purpose.
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