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We have crafted a wide range of shoji screens from the very traditional to the very complex and flamboyant. Shoji are now integrated into a variety of home styles and serve many different functions. Our clients have used shoji screens as sliding door and window coverings, closet and entertainment center doors, floor to ceiling room dividers (as a moveable wall), smaller pass-through window screens and light fixtures. Their flexibility allows for a creative blending of form and function and, as a small 'hands on' shop, we can accomodate custom designs and sizing.

You'll find quick shop pictures of custom designed shoji screens on our blog.
 
I've also started an Instagram page for client install pictures #shojidesignsinc

Updating portfolio page in 2022. Older portfolio at the bottom of the page until I can convert all to the new format.

Rockridge Building Company, Breckenridge CO Shoji screen room divider

Click on the image to open a slideshow of additional pictures.
   

   
   The client wanted a mix of fixed shoji and sliding shoji to divide the library from the dining room. A post in each opening needed to be covered by the sliding shoji when viewed from the dining room.
    The short wall comprised a fixed shoji panel and a sliding shoji door. The long wall had two fixed shoji panels joined as one and two sliding shoji doors joined as one. The combination of fixed and sliding shoji required great care to keep all the horizontal kumiko aligned since the fixed and sliding shoji needed to be different heights.
    We were asked to build the joined shoji with thinner inner stiles so when put together the inner stiles visually matched the width of the outer stiles. The 'join' was achieved with aluminum hardware Ed milled for the purpose.
    Another unusual detail was that the two sliding shoji doors 'met' at a 45-degree angle, so those stiles were milled with a 22.5-degree angle. Many details to keep track of in production and a great team effort between the client, the contractor, and the shoji shop.
Previous portfolio layout - Click on a thumbnail to open that shoji's page.
Japanese shoji screens for sliding glass door and windows
1 Japanese shoji screens for sliding glass doors and windows frame garden
Pocket door shoji screen room dividers separate the master bedroom from the living area
2 Pocket door shoji screen room dividers separate the master bedroom from the living area
Bipart shoji doors using a barn door style tracking system
3 Bedroom remodel with multiple shoji doors and fixed shoji panels
Shoji panel suspended in a wall opening
4 Shoji panel suspended in a wall opening
A wall of fixed shoji panels with one sliding door
5 A wall of fixed shoji panels with one sliding door
Entry shoji screens create a SouthWest Japanese fusion decor
6 Asian flair dining room remodel with shoji doors and window
Shoji doors for an extensive condominium remodel
7 Shoji doors for an extensive condominium remodel
Shoji screen room dividers and audio closet doors
8 Shoji screen room dividers and audio closet doors
Bipart shoji screen doors between kitchen and living area
9 Bipart shoji screen doors between kitchen and living area slide over wall
Part room divider and part pass-through shoji screens
10 Part room divider and part pass-through shoji screens
Shoji screens enclose an elegant tatami room
11 Shoji screens enclose an elegant tatami room
Fixed shoji panels cover wall and create a pocket for the sliding shoji door
12 Fixed shoji panels cover wall and create a pocket for the sliding shoji door
Shoji screens conceal the pantry closet and messy cork board wall
13 Shoji screens conceal the pantry closet and messy cork board wall
Shoji window pocket screens
14 Shoji window screens slide into a wall pocket
Folding shoji screen of Quilted Maple and Anegre
15 Folding shoji screen of Quilted Maple and Anegre
Sliding shoji closet door next to tokonoma
16 Sliding shoji closet door next to a tokonoma
Shoji screens create room partitions between columns
17 Shoji screens create sliding room partitions between interior columns
Bedroom storage area finished with sliding shoji screen doors
18 Bedroom storage area finished with sliding shoji screen doors