It's such a treat to see our Japanese screens incorporated seamlessly into an Italian Villa aesthetic by Madeline Stuart. Expand Image

A Japanese screen makes the cover of Madeline Stuart's book of drool worthy interiors.

Rizzoli published book, photography by Trevor Tondro, Interiors by Madeline Stuart Expand Image

Michael Smith uses an antique silver six panel screen with bamboo in complete harmony with this grey and beige sitting room.

Instagram @michaelsmithinc and @madrid_interiores Expand Image

Designer Carey Maloney makes a cozy chic living room with a tromp l'oeil style screen of rolled up sudare curtains.

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Designer Irakli Zaria looking very chic amongst modern furniture and a silver leaf screen hanging in the background.

Taken from @irakliz Instagram page. Expand Image

Mr. Faena in his home with a 20th-century Japanese six-panel screen by Goseki Mio in mineral pigments and gold dust on silk from Naga Antiques.

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We love this 20th century Japanese pastel of Pearl divers Japanese with a Kutani incense burner (koro) in the form of a cat.

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Overscale hanging sculpture of the face of Okame, gesso over wood, c.1900 paired with a Pennsylvania hutch with Japanese fishing baskets and some country ware ceramics.

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We love this beautiful seated Japanese Muromachi period sculpture, from Naga Antiques.

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Stanley J Friedman uses a six panel momoyama period maple leave screen with a Chinese fabric storage trunk in this beautiful living room in Rhinebeck NY. From Naga Antiques.

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Wonderful mud room with a 17th century Japanese scroll of deer in the distance.

Architectural Digest by Billy Cunningham Expand Image

Gosho ningyo (boy doll) Japanese 17th century eggshell lacquer with beautiful monkey scrolls in the background. From Naga Antiques.

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Chinese desk paired with a Japanese scroll and some lovely Japanese objects from Naga Antiques.

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Stanley J. Friedman uses a beautiful Japanese screen in this gorgeous bedroom in Rhinebeck NY, from Naga Antiques.

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This guy loves Japanese screens as much as we do. A two panel Japanese screen is used in this sitting room in Moscow. Designed by Irakli Zaria. As seen in House and Garden UK.

Taken from @iraklizaria Instagram page photo credit @loskutoff as seen in @houseandgardenuk Expand Image

A lovely sitting room in this Rocky Mountain hideaway designed by Michael Smith.

Town and Country Magazine, October 2018 Expand Image

Interior designer Suzanne Lovell uses a beautiful Japanese Art Deco horse screen from Naga Antiques in a sitting room.

Suzanne Lovell Expand Image

Interior designer Irazli Zaria is brilliant at mixing Japanese screens with contemporary interiors.

Irazli Zaria Expand Image

Bedroom by Bruce Showstack. Lovely screen of moon and grasses from Naga Antiques.

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Elco Home uses a Japanese screen of cranes and waves in a Connecticut beach house.

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London apartment designed by Irakli Zaria is all very, very glam. We love the metallic raffia wall covering by Phillip Jeffries paired with the Japanese gold leaf screen, the lamp is very chic from the 1930’s by Paul Duprelafon.

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Loving this. John Saladino uses a Edo period Japanese screen mixed with European antiques. Beautiful.

John Saladino Expand Image

Beautiful London home by designer Irakli Zaria. We love the 1940s sideboard, French mid century lamps, Italian chandelier paired with an early Japanese two panel screen. Very chic!

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Tucker and Marks study with a very chic Japanese screen of grasses from Naga Antiques.

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Designer Joseph Cornetta. Japanese screen, Pine on Silver, as the backdrop in his Sag Harbor home. Love this!

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Beautiful New York City apartment by Shawn Henderson. Japanese Screen of Cherry Blossoms on Gold from Naga Antiques.

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