Enhance Change the Appearance of your House with Shoji Screen Doors
The appearance of your house is enhanced by its exterior painting and beautiful doors and windows. The structurally sculptured doors and windows provide an eye catching look to your house. Shoji or “the interceptor” is basically a sliding panel which can be used as a window or door in a traditional Japanese house. They also produce bi fold screen which enhances the visual appeal of traditional materials with the practically demanded lifestyle. shoji screen doorsShoji screen doors forms an internal panel which can be used as a window or door to a corridor allowing the soft and filtered light from outside.
These doors and windows create an environment of privacy while at the same time retain an airy living space. These screen doors are made from timber hard wood frame giving your structures a beautiful look and increasing the vision of your interior decorations. The woods selected in construction of these doors have the correct grain and density thus giving the material a quality and originality. Shoji screen doors has many applications like they can be used as sliding wall partitions or simply as room dividers fitting in airy area of your home or office.
These shoji screen doorsscreen doors are in high demand as they create an alternate form of lifestyle. The fiber glass panel incorporated with these screen doors reduces the light intensity to a greater extent in comparison to other materials. In order to bear the weight and carry out the sliding action of these doors a low profile brass track is installed while fitting these doors in your house. They can be custom sized and finished depending on your choice of color and available room space. These door screens are capable of running in a cavity or on the outside of your living room.
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