Monday, November 25, 2019


Cherry Shoji Screens to span 154" x 86-1/2" to act as a room divider. 
Each shoji is 40" x 84" x 1-3/8". Built with 1 mm White Warlon, Cherry lower panels and inlaid Japanese Cherry door pulls.

Elivs stepped in for scale. He is 6' tall.

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Nip Tuck Remodeling

 Beech Shoji screens to span 66-1/4" x 92-7/8" in a 'barn door' type track install. These shoji have Japanese cherry pulls, 1mm white Warlon laminated paper
 and Beech lower door panels.

Elvis stepped in for scale. He is 6' tall.


Tuesday, November 5, 2019


Beech shoji screens for an interior window. 0.3 mm White Haruki Warlon laminated paper and inlaid Ebony door pulls. These will be installed with wood tracking.

Tuesday, October 15, 2019


Beech shoji screens with Cedar kumiko, 1 mm opaque white Warlon and Japanese Cherry inlaid door pulls. Shoji size - 36" x 93-1/4" x 1-3/8".

Monday, October 14, 2019

Heights Kitchen and Bath

Beech shoji with Cedar kumiko and 1 mm Bamboo Warlon with one of our fancy kumiko patterns. Only 3 of the 6 shoji are pictured, we didn't have room to set them all up.
The most vertical 'keys' we've ever built into this pattern.
Elvis stepped in for scale he is 6 ft tall.

With a dark and light background.

Many parts - many cuts.
Pictures of the vertical and horizontal kumiko grouped by design cuts.

The blunt end detail.


Kumiko for 3 of the 6 shoji stagger stacked for effect.

Monday, August 19, 2019

Whitney Blair Homes

Beech shoji to span 94" wide by 48" high kitchen pass-through. 

Elvis and Ed's handmade guitar stand in for scale.

Install is with wood tracking and side jambs pictured.

Wednesday, July 24, 2019


Sapele Shoji screens with kumiko pattern #21 and inlaid Ebony door pulls. 
Four shoji to span 157", only three pictured since we don't have enough display room in the shop for all of them. 

Elvis stepped in for scale. He is 6' tall. 

Guest bath Shoji screens, both panels are hinged but the small panel has flush bolts installed, top and bottom, to fix it in place. Many detail images below in case our client needs them for install. Window grids have been added below.


Sapele Shoji screens for a hall closet with 1 mm Opaque White Warlon. 
Opaque is better for closets since it reflects less light back. The variety of items inside a closet will cause shadows in a more translucent paper.
You can see only a slight difference between the two backdrops.

Two smaller Shoji doors for a different closet.

Elvis steps in for scale.