Thursday, March 16, 2017

Shirkey

Beautiful shoji, terrible pictures- sorry! Shoji screens built in Beech, with Port Orford Cedar kumiko and "Golden Flax" Warlon paper. The kumiko pattern is our "P-11" (squares) - note the bottom panel is the same size as two of the rows of squares. 
These are elegant, quiet shoji and the "Golden Flax" paper gives them a little zing especially up close. They will cover a walk-through and both slide right over a wall on a double track.




Monday, March 6, 2017

Hughes

A set of striking Sapele (sometimes called African mahogany) shoji screens with white Warlon paper, Sapele lower door panels and inlaid ebony pulls. We designed the kumiko pattern so the corner squares are 1-1, the panel 3-1, the tall rectangles 1-2 and the proportions are reflected when multiple sections are combined. All this goes under the radar when just gazing at the shoji screens, but it is an important part of a harmonious appearance.