Cherry Tree Design has enhanced the charm of the original shoji designs with the utilization of solid American hardwoods and durable, washable facings.

Traditionally, Shoji contain grid work on one side with a thin paper glued to the back of the screens, which was replaced every Japanese New Year. Our Stock and Custom Shoji feature double sided grid, which may be removed for cleaning or to change the facing.

Traditional Japanese Shoji Doors Modern Contemporary Shoji Doors

Stock Shoji
Quick turnaround.

Available in four standard sizes, built in solid American Cherry, our pre-built shoji can be configured for over 150 applications, including room dividers, closet doors, patio door treatments and sliding doorways.

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SUMO Shoji Barn Doors

Shoji Barn Doors.

Introducing dramatic and affordable oversized Shoji, in modern styling, with thicker glazing options. Flat packed and easy to assemble, with a decorative, heavy duty single track system.

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Luxury Custom Shoji Screens Custom Made Shoji Doors

Custom Built
The sky's the limit.

For the uncompromising builder or homeowner, we can assist with design and planning to fabricate a tailor-made solution with the finest materials available. Decades of experience you can count on.

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The Finest Materials.
Selected and shaped by American Craftsmen.

It's worth doing right. When a board gets pulled down from the shelf or the facing is uncurled off the roll, discerning craftsmen take the time to look and feel to make sure the quality meets our rigorous standards.

We know that to make the finest shoji available, you have to pay attention to the details. Consistent color, grain and flatness are critical measurements of an heirloom quality shoji frame, designed to last for generations. We have long standing relationships with lumber providers that know we're picky, but can appreciate our intimate understanding of the material.

Much of our facing material for the interiors of the shoji comes straight from Japan, where shoji is an integral part of traditional Japanese home living. Hand-pressed rice papers began the tradition of shoji making centuries ago, but modern processes result in a more consistent and durable product, designed for the rigors of the American home.

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