Shoji Door & Pocket Wall

There are only two doors in Arborion. The front door and a sliding bathroom door. Stepping through the front door and looking to the other end of the tiny house past the kitchen, sits the shoji-style sliding door. This separates the bathroom from the kitchen and one of the first things seen upon entry.


Door frame


Making halflap mullins


Dry fit


Pulls and catches


Wooden clamps on walnut panels

Dad came up with a unique way to affix the paneling to the pocket wall in place using wooden clamps and wedges.


Wooden clamps on maple panels


Pocket wall and shoji door

Categories: Tiny Home: Arborion | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Shoji Door & Pocket Wall

  1. Donna Eriksnl

    Love the sliding bathroom door.

  2. Daniel

    Wow! Turned out amazing! Very clean and sophisticated look. Looking forward to seeing it in person. Beautiful…

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