Are you renovating a room in your house? If you’d like to try a different yet fashionable style, you may want to consider using Shoji screens as Japanese room dividers. In this way, you can allocate space in a larger room to a variety of purposes by effective dividing it into smaller rooms–and save money in the process.
These screens are commonly used to function in this way. A similar option would be to install Japanese style sliding doors. In fact, you may want to use Japanese Shoji screens in conjunction with these Japanese style sliding doors in order to achieve a matching aesthetic.
In addition to functioning as sliding doors and dividers, these screens may be utilized as headboards and even windows as well. Stylistically, these Shoji screens may have elaborate lattice patterns that draw more attention lines and light versus dark. Practically speaking, the screens are durable and will not deteriorate in areas where there is a lot of humidity.
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