'Maple Leaf' Design

Our 'Maple' decorative or privacy screen design is for nature lovers who admire the symmetry and beauty of the maple leaf, and the well-beloved beauty of its autumnal color changes. It especially suits an outdoor placement in the rust-colored material corten, which is perfect for year round exposure to the elements. Here is a collection of products and decorating styles that best match this design.
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Our 'Maple' decorative/privacy screen design is for nature lovers who admire the symmetry and beauty of the maple leaf, and the well-beloved beauty of its autumnal color changes. It especially suits an outdoor placement in the rust-colored material corten, which is perfect for year round exposure to the elements.

Our 'Maple' decorative/privacy screen design is for nature lovers who admire the symmetry and beauty of the maple leaf, and the well-beloved beauty of its autumnal color changes. It especially suits an outdoor placement in the rust-colored material corten, which is perfect for year round exposure to the elements.

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Maple tree in its fire red autumnal stage. In Japan the maple tree has its own traditional viewing celebration called 'Momiji', similar to the cherry blossom celebrations, where families and friends picnic and drink under the trees in public parks all around Japan.

Maple tree in its fire red autumnal stage. In Japan the maple tree has its own traditional viewing celebration called 'Momiji', similar to the cherry blossom celebrations, where families and friends picnic and drink under the trees in public parks all around Japan.

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In the dining room of an Atlanta, Georgia, house, designer Kay Douglass used a palette of dark brown with cream and orange accents. Curved banquettes that seat three people each were custom-made to conform to the curve of the table. "It makes the dining experience a little bit different and definitely creates intimacy," Douglass says. Ebony dining table and Noella chair from South of Market. Drum light customized with Galbraith & paul Fern fabric.

In the dining room of an Atlanta, Georgia, house, designer Kay Douglass used a palette of dark brown with cream and orange accents. Curved banquettes that seat three people each were custom-made to conform to the curve of the table. "It makes the dining experience a little bit different and definitely creates intimacy," Douglass says. Ebony dining table and Noella chair from South of Market. Drum light customized with Galbraith & paul Fern fabric.

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Tango Ocho Rattan Occasional Chair from GLOBE WEST

Tango Ocho Rattan Occasional Chair from GLOBE WEST

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Feature Screen Tuesday: the lovely 'Maple' design. Every Tuesday on the QAQ blog is a feature screen focus and all the decorating styles and products it inspires.  #decorativescreens #wallart #privacyscreens

Feature Screen Tuesday: the lovely 'Maple' design. Every Tuesday on the QAQ blog is a feature screen focus and all the decorating styles and products it inspires. #decorativescreens #wallart #privacyscreens

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In a California beach house, designer Chad Eisner used an orange and beige palette to create a cozy bungalow feeling. The dining area has a banquette covered in top-stitched custom-dyed leather from Caldelle, Ltd. Chair upholstery and the unlined striped curtain fabric are from Clarence House. An agate bowl on a 1940s Jansen side table is from Ruzzetti and Gow and the vintage Moroccan lantern was found at Kim Fiscus. Center table and lamps were designed by Chad Eisner.

In a California beach house, designer Chad Eisner used an orange and beige palette to create a cozy bungalow feeling. The dining area has a banquette covered in top-stitched custom-dyed leather from Caldelle, Ltd. Chair upholstery and the unlined striped curtain fabric are from Clarence House. An agate bowl on a 1940s Jansen side table is from Ruzzetti and Gow and the vintage Moroccan lantern was found at Kim Fiscus. Center table and lamps were designed by Chad Eisner.

Designer Kathryn M. Ireland's California living room showcases an autumn color palette—ranging from pale yellow, soft pumpkin orange, and deep crimson—much like the changing color of leaves. The orange armchair, a custom design covered in George Red from Ireland's fabric collection, faces a Robert Kime chair with reproduction suzani fabric. The rug is from Amadi Carpets. An old farm table holds flea market finds. The chandelier was made in the property's forge in the 1920s.

Designer Kathryn M. Ireland's California living room showcases an autumn color palette—ranging from pale yellow, soft pumpkin orange, and deep crimson—much like the changing color of leaves. The orange armchair, a custom design covered in George Red from Ireland's fabric collection, faces a Robert Kime chair with reproduction suzani fabric. The rug is from Amadi Carpets. An old farm table holds flea market finds. The chandelier was made in the property's forge in the 1920s.

A liberal dose of spicy orange is the detail that makes this California kitchen designed by Melanie Coddington really special.The hand-forged iron Chauvin lanterns from Dessin Fournir were painted white inside to reflect more light onto the island. Shaws Original fireclay apron sink from Rohl. Faucet from Rocky Mountain Hardware. Bosch dishwasher. Benjamin Moore Aura in Salsa Dancing on cabinets and Oatmeal on walls.

A liberal dose of spicy orange is the detail that makes this California kitchen designed by Melanie Coddington really special.The hand-forged iron Chauvin lanterns from Dessin Fournir were painted white inside to reflect more light onto the island. Shaws Original fireclay apron sink from Rohl. Faucet from Rocky Mountain Hardware. Bosch dishwasher. Benjamin Moore Aura in Salsa Dancing on cabinets and Oatmeal on walls.

Peachy shades of orange set the mood in this cheerful North Carolina breakfast room by designer Kathy Smith. The banquette is in a washable faux-leather. The curtains are in Henley by Rogers & Goffigon. The chandelier is vintage.

Peachy shades of orange set the mood in this cheerful North Carolina breakfast room by designer Kathy Smith. The banquette is in a washable faux-leather. The curtains are in Henley by Rogers & Goffigon. The chandelier is vintage.

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