Armstrong’s ceiling-mounted Definitions accent panels, shown in grass, divide a space with flair.
Carving an interior into separate, semiprivate zones has never been easier—especially if you don't want to build a permanent wall. Armstrong’s ceiling-mounted Definitions accent panels feature such natural materials as bamboo, linen, and grass, shown, fused between two resin sheets; you can hang just one or clip multiple units together. Impact-resistant, washable, and stainless steel hardware, they are available in 16 patterns and colors. $698 each. 6' high x 2' wide x 3" deep. 877-276-7876, armstrong.com/definitions.
Napoleon’s See Through Waterfall, shown mounted above a fireplace, is an unexpected way to break up an interior expanse.
Delineate an interior space—and clean its air, too!—with Napoleon’s See Through Waterfall. Easily installed into an existing wall or free-standing cabinet, the device can serve as an accent or a room divider; a valve lets you adjust the flowing water to create as opaque or transparent screen as you'd like. The unit, which plugs into a standard outlet, comes with its own reservoir and piping, although it also can be hooked up to your existing water supply. Outfitted with a standard purifying filter that removes airborne particles that enter its stream, it features a 300-gallon-per-hour, submersible pump that can be tucked away from view. In three sizes: 2' x 3', 3' x 3', and 3' x 6'. Starting at $1,397. 800-461-5581, napoleonfireplaces.com. —Inspectress Gadget