241 shower screen Asian Living Design Photos

Mahoney Architects & Interiors
18 Reviews
Tiburon home with Asian influence
Ideabooks1,728
Questions2
Where do the Shoji Screen doors come from?
Can you share where you get these screens made ?
shoji screens or suspended screen room dividers
The Shoji screens act as a wonderful transition between rooms and really offer
the screens,closet door
the shoji screen doors!
Shoji screen room dividers
japanese soji screen
Front entrance screen
Screens in front of bookcases
Love screens...shoji screen walls...shoji screen...asian Screens...shoji screens...shoji screens
“zen closet” — genosart
CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
Ideabooks1,361
Questions5
The Shoji Screens were custom-made and installed by Oriental Living (located in Bethesda, MD). Wonderful way to divide a space when desired!
sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed. screens custommade and installed by Oriental Living,Bethesda,MD room color/pittsburgh paint safari #312-3
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
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 separate when needed.
“Ottomon” — mumty
GILMAN GUIDELLI
1 Review
Modern Japanese Farmhouse, Weston
Ideabooks1,804
Questions3
I love how the spark screen is suspended from the mantel above...brilliant!
Concrete and wood and the sliding fire screen
like the sliding fp screen
The screen on the fireplace
sliding screen at fire box
rail system on screen
Fireplace screen...sliding screen
“hogar” — tcaspani
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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Tea Room
Ideabooks6,875
Questions1
designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo ceiling panels, Yukimi shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique texture. Millwork
Yukimi shoji screens. I think that is a style of shoji screen. These are not as large as most shoji door
Arch in wood, radical change for rear glass wall, seen and not seen of screen
Warmth of the wood, softness of the soji screen.
“Simplicity” — anacswa
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks3,603
Questions2
I like the opaque screening for upstairs
A shoji screen-inspired guardrail separates a play area in the upstairs level from the family room below. It was made with translucent glass so that light can pass through, but any untidiness from the playroom remains concealed.
On the second level, stair railings resemble shoji screens.
A Japanese-style screen door separates a playroom in the upstairs floor from the living room below. It was made with translucent glass so that light can pass through, but any
“ceilings” — danamayshim
TSD Global Designs
1 Review
Work
Ideabooks140
Questions0
Asian Screen
Chinese Folding Screen
Wall screen behind couch
Wall art/ screen...Interesting screen!...screen placement
“Wall screen behind couch” — risquerie
Glenn Johnson, Saraasota Photography
Glenn Johnson
Ideabooks593
Questions3
Where can this fireplace screen be purchased?
Pierced fireplace screen
fireplace screen
“El arreglo del matero” — lizardanobrega
Artistic Design And Remodeling
4 Reviews
Asian Feeling
Ideabooks4,082
Questions2
stairs, but the railing 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 in, sound barrier, screen allows privacy, AND a sliding door can be lifted out if needed, for furniture delivery.
stairs, but the railing 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 in, sound barrier, screen allows privacy, AND a sliding door can be lifted out if needed, for furniture delivery.
“color and wood” — acerkevich
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