Shoji Japanese Style Sliding Doors and Screens for Your Home
When you update, decorate, and customize your home the way you want it, you have plenty of options available to you. One style that’s growing in popularity in the United States is the use of Shoji screens–that is, Japanese style sliding doors and dividers. These doors are a trendy and cost-effective way to divide the rooms of your house and upgrade your decor, not to mention they offer a visually pleasing aesthetic to your living space.
Shoji screens and doors date back to the 16th century and are used in both older and modern Japanese homes. Today, in addition to using them as doors and screens to divide rooms, they can also be used on windows, closets, headboards, and even sliding glass doors. Although Japanese style sliding doors are the most common type of door, other door styles are also available custom fit to your home.
Today, these screens and sliding doors are available in a wide range of colors, designs, and styles. Although Japanese Shoji screens were traditionally crafted with a thin and delicate rice paper, today they are equipped with a laminated rice paper, which makes them durable enough for the busiest rooms of your house–even the bathroom or kitchen!
Shoji Japanese style sliding doors make an excellent addition to any home. See if custom fit Shoji doors, screens, and other installations are right for your home today.