If you want to hide ugly, little power outlets cover them up with the miniature Japanese screen doors.
Designer Tori Sugimura has found a solution that will hide the fuss while simultaneously adding a delicate feature to your home. These Shoji screens are made of wood and washi paper like traditional normal sized Shojis. Traditional Shoji are usually used in homes as space-savers or to divide rooms, but these can be incorporated into modern decor with a little Japanese flair.
These tasteful cover-ups are a perfect way to hide electrical outlets from toddlers, and are more practical and functional than dangerous plastic inserts. If you want to experience a little Japanese culture, these mini sliding dividers will satisfy your diversity.
These Miniature Japanese Screen Doors Cover Ugly Power Outlets
1. Japanese-inspired Design - Opportunity to incorporate traditional Japanese elements into modern decor, creating a unique and culturally diverse aesthetic.
2. Functional Cover-ups - Growing demand for practical and aesthetically pleasing solutions to hide electrical outlets, replacing traditional plastic inserts.
3. Childproofing Solutions - Increasing need for childproofing options that are both safe and visually appealing, providing a safer environment for households with toddlers.
1. Home Decor - Opportunities for designers and manufacturers to create and market unique, culturally-inspired home decor products.
2. Interior Design - Incorporation of Japanese-inspired elements into interior design projects, catering to clients seeking a diverse and elegant aesthetic.
3. Childcare Products - Development and production of innovative childproofing solutions that prioritize safety without compromising on style and design.