Divider Screens from Crestview Doors

Redi Screen 1 Divider Screens from Crestview Doors

I saw these lovely screens on Design Milk last month and haven’t been able to get them out of my head. The patterned redi-screens are the newest product from Texas company Crestview Doors. Each panel is made from unfinished, stain-grade maple and can be ordered with a white resin privacy backing. The versatile screens can be used as sliding, pocket or articulating doors, interior shutters, room dividers or mounted screens. The panels are available in seven modern designs and ready to be painted or stained to match any interior.

Redi Screens Divider Screens from Crestview Doors

Redi Screens 2 Divider Screens from Crestview Doors I love buying from family owned companies with a great story behind them and Crestview Doors is a perfect example of that. When the couple was remodeling their original 1951 mid-century home, they had trouble finding a period appropriate door. The desire to stay true to the home’s architectural integrity lead them to fabricate their own custom door. This sparked the idea to start a company that provides authentic, affordable door options to homeowners.

Doorlite Kit e1318615858138 Divider Screens from Crestview Doors

The Doorlite Kits can be customized with 50 different wood and window combinations and come complete with everything needed to assemble and install. They are available in seven different styles: ranch, modern, mid-century modern, post-war, bungalow, craftsman, and contemporary. See how Crestview owners David and Christiane Erwin used the company’s products in their own home.

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I am a twenty-something interior designer living in beautiful San Diego. Lacquer & Linen is a place for me to share new interior design products, budget friendly DIY ideas and my favorite art and design inspirations. Thanks for stopping by!
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