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Structure the space and dress your windows with the Japanese panel to create a contemporary and modular space. The Japanese panel appeared in Japan in the 13th century. The traditional Japanese houses being open spaces, the Japanese panel was used to structure and modulate the space as needed. Contemporary western houses, with an increasingly open space, take up the concept of Japanese paper panels to make fabric partitions adapted to today's needs. The Japanese panel can serve as a separation of space but can also dress a window. The possibilities of panel are almost endless in the choice of fabric. Just choose a fabric that is neither too transparent nor too thick. The fixing will take care of giving the panel a stiff fall. Then, the choice of fabric varies according to your needs: if you do not have overlooked you can opt for a veil otherwise it is better to choose a more opaque fabric. Linen is particularly suitable for a partition to separate two spaces. On the color side: total freedom! It's up to you to choose the color and pattern that will best match your decor!