For those looking for a truly magnificent decorative look from any angle, we offer our beautiful line of double-sided Japanese shoji screens. All of these shoji screens have the lattice and design on both sides (front and back) and are thicker than our one-sided shoji screens. These double-sided folding screens are ideal for dividing a room or for use as decoration, and where both sides of the screen will be viewable. These beautiful shoji screen room dividers are all 72 inches in height.
One of our more colorful room dividers, this screen features Tara, the mother of liberation in the Tibetan form of Buddhism. This amazing scene captures Tara in all her radiance, as spiritual energy emanates from her on all sides.
This amazing double-sided art shoji screen features a late 19th century Japanese design poster of a beautiful geisha. Each side has a different image of a geisha - one in black kimono, the other performing a traditional dance.
A reproduction of an original collage, this spectacular 6-panel screen features a hand-painted deign with printed leaves. The design shows on both sides so you can face this screen in any direction and still view the lovely art work on it.
This screen features a colorful reproduction of a Himalayan thangka with the Buddhist mother of liberation, Tara. The vivid and colorful image is printed on both sides for a grand appearance from any angle.
Do you want bamboo that will never get old, but instead will brighten up your home? Because of its subdued mix of colors: light brown for the setting and black for the magnificent bamboo plants, the style will suit any apartment or office space.
This regal double-sided art shoji screen features a brilliant reproduction of a graphic art design from pre-war Hong Kong. The images are different on the front and back - each one showing a young Chinese woman in colonial era dress.
Kwan Yin is the goddess of mercy and compassion in Chinese mythology. In Mahayana Buddhism, she is a being of enlightenment. Her equivalent in the Christian tradition is the Virgin Mary. This artistic screen depicts Kwan Yin in all her glory.