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J. on Mar 12, 20225 out of 5 stars
Terri perfectly made the charming shade I ordered for my front door! It installed with no problems whatsoever and looks incredibly beautiful and elegant while being entirely practical. I'm thoroughly pleased and would order from her again in a heartbeat. Well-made washi paper blinds are not easy to come by; Terri's craftsmanship is a treasure! Mahalo!
nerdiya on Jun 19, 20215 out of 5 stars
I’m so in love with this shade. We had some issues with the rod tension, and while it’s still somewhat of a delicate balance, I feel it’s worth it for the beauty this shade adds to our room. It blocks the light well which is important for our hot Southern California summer, and creates a beautiful quality of light. I absolutely love it.
Anne on Nov 22, 20195 out of 5 stars
The shade is just as pictured. Terri is very communicative and attentive, the shade was wrapped carefully, sent with detailed instructions for installation. It is delicate, definitely a hand-made item; works well, and is beautiful in my window.
Ames on Feb 21, 20185 out of 5 stars
Item was great, and the shop owner was incredibly helpful. The item was exactly as described and expected, beautiful quality kozo paper. We would have ordered more, but ultimately had a change of heart and decided to go for a different window shade style altogether.
jean on Sep 13, 20145 out of 5 stars
I just received my shade and it is just gorgeous. Easy to install. A pleasure doing business
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I love working with different materials and remaking and reimagining old pieces of family jewelry and tag sale finds. When traveling, I love to find bead shops and collect interesting pendants and beads. I love letters and have been a calligrapher since my early teenage years and worked for the fine art publisher, The Meriden Stinehour Press, and also for the reference publisher Grolier. I lived in Japan in my twenties and learned Japanese brushwork and fell in love with the Japanese culture including pottery, fabric, book arts and food. I spend much time in Vermont and Connecticut in my gardens and walking the dirt roads. Thank you for looking at my work and please contact me with any questions or comments.
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Measuring carefully for each shade is important. Complete measuring instructions are on the ShojiShades website. The maximum width that is possible is 36”.