1,592 Shoji Japanese panels Home Design Photos

Artistic Design And Remodeling
4 Reviews
Asian Feeling
Shoji door for back room privacy
is outside of floor to ceiling sliding glass doors, double stacked with shoji-screens for privacy, that can be slid where needed. Meets code, lets light
White with Japanese...Shoji screen master bedroom
“Dark floors, white walls, white sofa” — 92357joew
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
Would you please tell me the kind of work use on the Shoji Screens? Is it Teak, Bamboo, Red Birch or what? Thank you
Love Shojii, love Japanese style and design
Operable panels. The true engawa has sliding doors
little more than sliding, shoji screen partitions and views of an outdoor garden or courtyard.
If you are a devotee of Japanese yoga, why not take it one
Operable panels. The true engawa has sliding doors (fusuma) and screens (sudare, or shoji) on both the interior and exterior
prevailing weather patterns can suggest which panels are opened or closed. In temperate weather the interior panels can be slid away while the exterior ones
one step further and create a Japanese-themed yoga room? The minimalist approach to this space paired with the sliding doors makes you feel as though you
“nice japanese style tatami room” — noreenshibata
Jim Tetro
1 Review
Private Residence
Japanese inspired shoji. wood panelling breaks up space especially the ceiling wraparound.
shoji window covering; exterior rock garden
This tall stationary window panel is inspired by shoji.
steps and shoji screen. indoor outdoor...Shoji screen...wall panels...add screen/panel for Asian feel...shoji made window panel...!! shoji...Japanese tone
“idée cloisonage” — celineamouyal
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Jim Tetro
1 Review
Private Residence
Rectangular squares feel very Japanese-y.... exudes a sense of rigidity
shoji screen...japanese floorvto ceiling wall panels...Japanese style...Panels/ ceiling...Contemporary shoji screen...Japanese window...Shoji door...Japanese sliding doors.
“ceiling” — Marissa Nakos
Bath 5 by Vogue Furniture
bamboo ladder becomes an inventive towel rack and the light framework of the paneling in the walls and windows adds balance and structure with plenty of room
I would like more information on the shoji window coverings.
love the shoji panels and ladder use
Japanese style sliders for workout room doors.
shoji screens...shoji walls/windows...Bathroom japanese style...japanese wall...Japanese bathroom...japanese bathrm...Bamboo ladder shoji...japanese feel...shoji screens floor to ceiling...Lighting to shoji doors
“Shoji doors” — parkplace644
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
10 Reviews
In the dining room: Japanese shoji screens are a wonderful way to let in the light without the sun's glare. It creates a peaceful tea-house ambiance.
Because square footage comes at a premium, the Japanese are adept at creating flexible spaces. Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed
“I would love to have this in our home but I am unsure about how to do so.” — jennjohnson11
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Master Bathroom, Soho Loft, New York City
How does the shoji sliding panel interface with the floor?
Shoji seems to hang from the top, but does it touch the
hand made by a Japanese artisan...I really like the Japanese rice-paper...and shoji...Shoji screen...Japanese Door...Japanese screens...Sliding Japanese door...shoji doors :)...shoji doors...love the shoji screens...Shoji entryway...Lavado y paneles...Sink and shoji...Shoji screen!
“Bathroom” — abcalexandria
CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
The Shoji Screens were custom-made and installed by Oriental Living (located in Bethesda
Japanese style sliding doors (Travel takeaways:
homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but
“screen area” — tmariehodges
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