I make traditional Japanese sliding doors, known as Shoji. Shoji screens are carefully designed to be light yet sturdy and easy to move gliding beautifully on their tracks.
Traditional Japanese materials for shoji screens are Hinoki cypress and sugi or Japanese cedar. I use equivalents to these materials available to me in the US; Alaskan Cedar, Western Red Cedar and Douglas fir.
Shoji are backed with traditional washi, or mulberry paper. Washi diffuses light that shines through it, creating a warm glow to brighten a room while protecting it from direct sunlight.
Please contact me for more details.
Made in Princeton, NJ
All of our products are handmade
by expert makers.
I love my shoji screen. It is well built, and Brian put a lot of thought into all the details of the project. He gave me the idea of how a shoji screen could work in the area I wanted it to go. He drove it to my place and put it up himself. It looks great and really adds a lot of beauty and functionality to my home.