Fine Shoji

Lattice Frames Rail System Surfaces Covering

Shoji Japanese paper in attractively shaped lattice frames

Regardless of what dimensions you require, we’ll build you a Shoji. With each Shoji, we pay special attention to a harmonious grid pattern according to the golden section or the square grid. This gives the lattice frame its special aesthetics.

For the Japanese sliding door or sliding wall, the wood of the North American hemlock fir has proven itself; it is optimal in colour tone, especially uniform in texture and unusually resilient (particularly important in a high-use built-in wardrobe).

Rail system for lattice frames

Standard
• Easy sliding with 1 roller per runner hanging in a metal rail
• Construction height 38 mm, blinded
• The runners are adjustable and detachable

Exclusive
• Very quiet running with 2 double rollers per runner hanging on an aluminium rail
• Low construction height: inserted into a 28 mm high grooved hemlock rail
• Runners the parts are adjustable and detachable without tools
• Rails are supplied pre-assembled

Standard and Exclusive
• Floor track in grooved wooden rail or groove in Shoji and bottom

Elegant surfaces

The wood of the lattice frames is finely sanded and treated as standard with a natural resin-hard oil. On request, it can also be painted – in any color that you like. If you prefer stain colors ("positive stains"), you can select them from the →Oberflächenkarte (surface map).

Hemlock surfaces

Naturally oiled (default)

Clear varnished

White paint finish RAL 9016

White varnished RAL 9016

Red paint finish RAL 3003

Brushed varnished "kashmir"

Black paint finish RAL 9005

Grey paint finish RAL 7016

Hemlock stain shades

Stain shade 1

Stain shade 2

Stain shade 3

Stain shade 4

Stain shade 5

Stain shade 6

Stain shade 7

Stain shade 8

Fine covering

Our original Japanese paper, which we import ourselves, is known for its special resistance to tearing. It is applied taut over the entire area of the lattice frame. You can choose between structured and smooth surface Japanese paper.

Incidentally, it is so sturdy that it can only be damaged using a sharp object. Should the Japanese paper be damaged, it’s not the end of the world: each field in the lattice frame can be replaced individually.

smooth

structured

Maxi

Fibre

If a Shoji is visible on both sides (e.g. for a room door or a Japanese room divider), we also apply back lattices, so that the Japanese paper lies within the lattice frame.

oiled

stained