Curved Mid-Century Woody Vine Wall Dividing Sculpture
Bleached woody vines create a curved wall that works as a wall divider that, climbing to a spectacular height. Found in the tropical rainforests, this vine uses trees to climb up to the light canopy. This dramatic natural curved wall divider is part of the mid-century look: sofas were curved, furniture edges were curved, even whole rooms were curved. The high style of the 1950s was the contrasts of nature and structure in more open room areas allowing nature to be a part of the room.
The tall and consistent sizes and sun bleached color of the curled vines makes this very sculptural and light and bright. Use this in the living area behind the sofa or to separate a smaller sitting area off from a larger area. Create intimacy. Make a space that is magical and that you want to be a part of.
Today’s modern ranch homes have the clean look where this type of sculpture wall divider will slow the eyes down, and create the opportunity to form smaller spaces in a great room. You can combine a number of these with our straight pieces to create a larger or more circular area if you have hospitality size rooms.
So be historically accurate on mid-century modern. Juxtapose sleek lines with organic natural shapes. The future of interiors includes Mother Nature at her finest.