The Japanese are known for their okimono made during the Meiji period. An okimono is a large ornamental Japanese carving. These beautiful and exquisite carvings often feature Japanese gods and pictures of the townfolk as they go about their daily activities. While not everyone can have their own okimono, they can have their own Off White Japanese Window Screen. Shoji screens are probably the most definitive factor of Japanese houses. You can’t find any other dominant component of Oriental home design. It is a marriage of function and form, becoming quite useful when privacy is of the utmost importance. Our Off White Japanese Window Screen is made from pressed pulp rice paper that produces a soft illumination when exposed to direct sunlight. Window screens are not only used for dividing spaces. Blank walls that are yearning for a decorative piece can benefit from our Off White Japanese Window Screen. No need to drive a nail into the wall as the screens are sturdy, not to mention durable. Each panel stands 69.5 inches and is 17 inches wide. Made from prime Scandinavian Spruce, the panels are lightweight for easier handling. They also come with two-way hinges, so that you can bend it in different directions. Our modern Japanese screens are available in 16 fine wood finishes to make room decorating a more pleasant affair.
- Two-way brass hinges can bend the panels in either direction