"Live Well, Laugh often, Love Much" Village Screen
A Great Addition to any Country/Primitive Home
This product is exactly as shown in the picture and I actually like the hinges in the front. They allow the screen to bend just like in the picture. This was a great buy for me as I haven't seen any like these any where else.
October 30, 2012
GREAT ADDITION TO MY HOME!
I love this screen! A bit smaller than I thought but it will work in several areas of my home! Just a sweet piece of Americana!
September 26, 2012
This piece is very nicely painted with lots of details. As others have said I would have preferred to have the hinges on the back but you really don't notice them because of the artwork. Very nice product for the money!
June 26, 2012
True to color; perfect for my needs. Used it to cover internet boxes that could not be hidden behind furniture.
Overlooked the hinges on the front-that makes it a little difficult to fold the way I had intended; however, it is shown on the item pic so completely my mistake.
May 29, 2012
nice for the price
well built and colorful. Nice quality and size. Did not notice hinges in front till I received it. Does not allow the house to bent properly.
February 16, 2012
I purchased this about two years ago from Terry's. I've had it on my counter ever since. Use it in front of my stand mixer. It is much taller than I thought from the picture but I'm happy about that. The colors are very true to the photo. I've received many, many compliments on it. I highly recommend you buy this. Counter screens are very difficult to find. This one is a great one. Enjoy!
June 27, 2011
This is perfect in my opinion, one of my favorite things that I've bought from here. Good quality, well made and brightly colored. You can't go wrong with this!
May 26, 2011
This an adorable lil decoration and it fits perfectly at the bottom of a console table in my foyer.
The price is right, too!
My only complaint is that the hinges make no sense at all. Two of the hinges are on the FRONT of the village, which is shown in the catalog, but I overlooked it.
This detail detracts from the look of the piece.
May 19, 2011