Shoji Doors Ideas

Oct 31st

The oriental shoji doors screens are a basic feature of Asian architecture. With its sharp lines and warm translucent lighting, more are becoming popular in the minimalist designs and clear today, even in the West. If you have sliding doors in your home or office you want to replace with shoji rice paper doors, there are beautiful games available in exchange for a significant price, and require installation by an expert, which will cost even more.

2014 Shoji Doors Design Modern
2014 Shoji Doors Design Modern

Determine the size you want in your shoji doors screen. This can be as big or small as you want, as long as you can place a consistent number of grids of the same size within the frame. For example, the largest and described in this article hinges screen is 53 inches (134.6 cm) wide by 73.5 inches (186.7 cm) tall, with 63 squares arranged in a pattern of 9×7.

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In shoji doors, build the frame of wood to the screen. Cut 12 slices 1 inch (2.5 cm) wide and 73.5 inches long (186.7 cm), using wood half an inch thick. Cut another 12 pieces of 1 inch wide and 15.5 (39.4 cm) long using the same wood. Create 6 rectangular frames by gluing together 2 shorter pieces within 2 of the longest; then placed nails in the corners to secure joints.