I wrote the other day about how wonderful the light is when filtered through a Japanese sliding paper screen door, or shōji. The down side is, being made from light wood and paper, they need regular maintenance. Or, more accurately, the paper often needs replacing.
Below is a short photo essay from when we did the doors from another room a few days ago. All the gritty image processing details under the last image. The landscape orientated photos in particular look much better clicked on and opened up (i.e. larger).
All X100s & via Capture One Pro => Lightroom => Silver Efex Pro 2 => Lightroom (RAW conversion to a reasonably flat image then imported to Lightroom & sent straight to Silver Efex for push process +3 Agfa APX Pro & light coffee toning and finally back to lightroom for exposure, dodge / burn, contrast, etc, and final vignetting).