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One of our exclusive designs, the Eudes shoji is a contemporary variation of Edo period room dividers, with geometric lattice in an abstract, almost deco design. Display as an art screen, or for privacy and to define space. Crafted from durable, lightweight Scandinavian Spruce, using Asian style mortise tenon joinery. Shade is strong, fiber reinforced, pressed pulp rice paper- allows diffused light, and provides complete privacy. Lacquered brass, two-way hinges mean you can bend the panels in either direction. Each panel measures approx. 72” tall x 17.5” wide x .75" thick. Measures approx. 53” wide flat, approx. 45” wide with panels folded to stand upright (AS SHOWN).
Our Mado is a beautiful Edo
period large pane shoji design, slightly hardier structurally, because of two extra horizontal members in each panel frame of the room divider. Crafted from durable, lightweight Scandinavian Spruce, using Asian style mortise; tenon joinery. Shade is strong, ...
A simple, subtle design, similar to
our Double Cross Shoji room divider, but with a kick plate at the bottom, and an open space at the top. Ideal for use where foot traffic might scuff the shade, and where less than a 71" ...
Difficult to find in the USA,
our extra tall 84 inch (7 ft.) Jute Shoji Screen has a kick plate to protect the shade from scuffs. Great for rooms with high ceilings, for a more substantial feeling, or where greater privacy is preferred. ...