Friday, August 13, 2010
This little threesome is for a basement remodel I believe. The two little shoji are for a pass-through with a pattern to compliment the larger pocket door. In Beech with cedar kumiko and 0.3 mm Kinwashi Warlon paper.
Posted by Shoji Designs Inc. at 12:52 PM
Four (one is hiding) closet shoji approximately 28" x 86" in Beech with Beech lower door panels, Japanese cherry inlaid door pulls and 0.3 mm Kinwashi Warlon Paper. These are lovely in person, this quick shop picture doesn't do them justice..
Posted by Shoji Designs Inc. at 12:48 PM
Monday, August 9, 2010
Rather large shoji - 54" x 102"- in red cedar for a tea house. The bottom panels are solid cedar and the kumiko are wider than usual, 3/4" instead of 3/8", to balance with the size.
Close up of the panels showing the lovely wood tones in Western Red Cedar. Insert material is 2.0 mm Warlon Acrylic.
Posted by Shoji Designs Inc. at 2:44 PM
Labels: Teahouse shoji, Warlon Acrylic
Six shoji that will be linked together for a double pocket room divider. They are approximately 21" x 79" x 1-3/8" in Beech wood stained a chestnut brown.
Three together a little closer up.
A close-up of the lead shoji's edge pull and inlaid Japanese Cherry door pull stained & finished.
Posted by Shoji Designs Inc. at 2:19 PM
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