Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Herring Homes

Two LARGE Shoji screens for a double pocket door opening. 
For comparison, the blue tape indicates a normal 80" door height. 

 These Shoji are 48" wide and 100" tall. Careful attention to proportions resulted in these large  Shoji screens having a pleasing balanced look.

 They are made from European Beech, with 2 mm white Warlon acrylic, Beech lower door panels, large inlaid Ebony pulls and brushed nickel edge pulls. (pictured below)


Monday, June 25, 2018

Patterson

Shoji built in Sapele, our Kpattern #21 in Sapele, 0.3 mm Golden Flax Warlon laminated paper, inlaid Ebony door pulls and Sapele lower door panels. I tried to get a picture of how pretty the paper / Sapele looked together but the camera didn't really show the colors very well.



Monday, June 18, 2018

Altman

Three of the six Shoji screens that will span about 17 feet. Built in Beech with Kumiko pattern #13, Kinwashi Warlon laminated paper and Beech lower door panels.


Thursday, June 14, 2018

Hall

Shoji screens for a bath tub bay window. Built in Beech with Port Orford Cedar kumiko and White Unryu Warlon Acrylic. Inlaid Japanese Cherry door pulls set at a reachable height when tub sitting.


Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Albie


A beautiful set of three Shoji screens, built in Cherry with Kinwashi Warlon paper
and our Kumiko pattern 18.

This photo shows one of the screens leaning up against white cardboard- it shows a truer color than the brown cardboard back drop.

Note the carefully beveled ends on the floating kumiko- one of our signature details.

This particular lot of Cherry had some lovely curl in the grain!



Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Moy

Sapele Shoji doors that will be installed with Bommer 7811 swinging door hardware, hence the cut-out on the bottom of the Shoji screens. Insert material is 2.0 mm White Warlon Acrylic.



Monday, April 30, 2018

Rieck

Cherry Shoji with Golden Flax Warlon to slide as one unit. 
They are hooked together with bed rail fasteners, it makes a nice neat hidden join.
Detail images below.