Collection by Erika Heet

Ways to Use Shoji Screens

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Shoji screens are used everywhere from George Nakashima's Reception House to actor Vincent Kartheiser's tiny Hollywood bungalow, and they remain a time-tested way of allowing light in and keeping clutter behind the scenes. Here are 10 clever ways to show some shoji style.

In one house, a small kitchen features a cupboard with sliding shoji screens.
The living room in Nakashima's Reception House features several Greenrock ottomans and a Buckeye burl coffee table.
“What often happens in our relationship is I come to Funn with an idea and he makes it into something livable.”...
Custom shoji-inspired screens of Roberts’s design conceal the closet and extend to provide privacy for the adjacent...
The kitchen and Baker's home office, which has artwork and inspiration pinned above the desk, are aligned behind...
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In the hallway another set of sliders shows off a mix of influences from shoji to Schindler, with multitoned wood...
A glowing home in Japan has milky-white, one-and-a-half-inch plastic sheets wrapped around the exterior to let in light...
Warren Platner, though, gets the credit for the Wire series lounge chair for Knoll in the bathroom.
Nearby, the bathroom includes a composting toilet and a Home Depot sink on a pedestal Chris made from chunks of found...
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