Sliding Japanese Doors


Sliding japanese doors is usually called as Shoji in Japan. As you have known that Japanese had been really popular with its home interior and exterior design that is closely related to its cultural value. Japanese sliding door had been really good because of its excellent wood quality, thick wood, also very resistant wood, but still it has low price of the door design itself. Of course by having this kind of door would be a help for you who consider about the budget in renovating your home design. Beside that, Japanese sliding door also include a lot of styles so that it would allow you to choose which design that might suit to your style. Those styles include classic design sliding wood doors, with a solid, scuff resistant wooden kick plate panel in the bottom, sliding window door style wood lattice, with a tough, poly fiber reinforced, rip and puncture resistant, translucent shade. We also include side, top, and bottom rails, functioning as both matching doorway trim, and as a double track bottom slider, similar to French sliding doors.

Classical Japanese Door StyleClassical Japanese Door Style

Yes, as you have known that traditional  sliding japanese doors would always being related to the wooden material or bamboo material in making the home interior design or its door design. Beside that, Sliding Japanese would give another advantages for you since it would also make your room design looks so spacious since sliding door would help you in maintaining the space in your room. So, that actually this kind of sliding door would be really suitable to the small room design, but of course it would also could be suitable for the wide room space.

Japanese Door Style With Beautiful PatternJapanese Door Style with Beautiful Pattern

Modern Sliding Japanese Design

Modern Sliding Japanese Design

Fusuma Traditional Japanese DoorFusuma Traditional Japanese Door

Then, for making the Japanese Door design would not look so plain, you could add the beautiful paintings there. Yes, by adding this kind of picture, it would add the beautiful side of home interior design. Usually, the picture of the Japanese door design is natural view so that it would make your room feel closely related to the nature. Then, sliding japanese doors is not limited to the traditional design, but also nowadays, many manufacturers have made some modern door design so that it would also be suitable for your modern house design. Those are some kinds of Japanese door designs that might give good input for you. So, what do you think for having this design?

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67 thoughts on “Sliding Japanese Doors

  1. Marcos

    Hometown Holla! I this because Sara has worked with the often crazy floorplans that happen in Cambridge. Also – a advantageous mix of tradish and mod.The one thing (besides the rocker) that jumps out at me is the leaf table. I believe natural wood is one of the overlooked beauties of the world – with so many veneers and wood patterned things its easy to overlook a slab of wood that.

  2. Jaren

    @Nicolette at VerdantWorkshop Judy would say that the owner sues the borrower for the money (since the verbal agreement was made with the borrower, not the barfer) then if the borrower wants to sue the barfer for the money she can enact so. I happen to agree…

  3. FelipeBernard

    I am looking at replacing my blinds as well and planning to budge with natural woven shades made from bamboo/grass natural weave. Smith and excellent has some ones and you can free samples of all of their materials:

  4. Maximilian@66

    @Velourcat “In Europe we separate duvets and then most people attach a on top for the day and it when they to bed.”Okay, but why achieve a over the duvet during the day and then it off before going to bed? Is the duvet *? Is it to protect it from animal hair or dust? Where does the at night, in the closet?

  5. Natalia Remington S.

    If it is a stone (marble, travertine, etc) and you want the “wet look” an “enrich pro” sealer made by Dupont, that is what we to the “wet look” on stones, fairly easy to apply. Lowes to carry that brand. grand sealer by the way, non slippery, but follow the instructions on the aid of the container. ONLy if what you is a stone product.

  6. Edgar.Brayan.Blaise

    What a chance to leave a gift as you fresh!Maybe you could donate the plants to a nursing home, low-income senior housing, or public school classroom? Freecycle? Craigslist? The San Fran Plant Swap?

  7. Travon1972

    Madampince, if you effect not want to glass shower door tracks clean, frameless! I installed a frameless glass panel and door on my tub/ shower when I renovated last year, and everyone comments on how high-end it looks. I also invested in marble, floor to ceiling throughout, so it has a marble vault look. Definitely has a high hotel vibe, and I feel so every time I in there.

  8. Irvin Milton

    If hosting parties is your “indulgence” (as opposed to depart or dining out or Jimmie Choos…) then for it!I it is actually quite hospitable to tailor the table to the event and to your guests, and not self indulgent or LAME at all.The only thing stopping me from doing this is the room to store the options! Although I must admit I room to my napkin ring fetish. :)Thank * I to live vicariously in client tabletop photoshoots!

  9. Zuri Ingrid

    I am going to try the grout thing! I repainted my rental of 8 years for the 2nd time! When I moved in it was all yellow, drove me nuts so I made it white but I the same with my bathroom! I am going to try the grout thing! And I recaulked the tub. But it always looks dingy even tho I tilex it about as often as I brush my teeth lol!

  10. Kayden

    Books stacked randomly on a useable chairOverabundance of recessed lighting (the swiss cheese effect)Collections, esp. collections that are in every room, every armoire”Trophy” Kitchens. the * kitchen, dont employ 200k on Viking, Wolf, two Sub-Zeros and a Miele espresso system if you to eat out. In my line of work, this is sadly what 90% of our jobs are.The Eames Wire chairsClip tab curtainsSteamer trunks as coffee tablesPottery Barn homes (everything down to the soap dispenser is PB)Silk plantsChinese Blue/White potteryLinoleumAs before, the “Tuscan” look. takes a talented not to it oppressing

  11. Liana.Elisabeth.Sylvie

    you live a landfill? When we first moved into our place, we noticed a sulfur-type smell but only at night. It was quite and I had a heck of a time tracking down what was causing it. It could been improper for sewage or eggs. It turns out that a landfill 2 miles from the released landfill gas every weeknight around 7pm.

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