207 Vietnam Home Design Photos

Tervola Designs
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Maui Tropical Kitchen
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interlocking pattern, the effect is cool and calming. These mattings are commercial grade, double herringbone weave, and USDA fumigated. Made in Vietnam. Great alternative to wallpaper. Can be cut to fit any size or shape. It’s distinctively modern and definitely pushes the envelope. Bamboo
interlocking pattern, the effect is cool and calming. These mattings are commercial grade, double herringbone weave, and USDA fumigated. Made in Vietnam. Great alternative to wallpaper. Can be cut to fit any size or shape. It’s distinctively modern and definitely pushes the envelope. Bamboo Matting
bamboo mattings in an interlocking pattern, the effect is” “These mattings are commercial grade, double herringbone weave, and USDA fumigated. Made in Vietnam. Great alternative to wallpaper. Can be cut to fit any size or shape. It’s distinctively modern and definitely pushes the envelope. Bamboo Matting
“White and bamboo” — scottryd
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Spanish Bohemian in South Pasadena
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having a favorite artifact electrified. When Neithart was looking for light fixtures, Dees suggested red paper lanterns the couple had picked up in Vietnam. Neithart turned them into electric pendant lights.
Charmean Neithart cherchait des éclairages pour la maison, Abby lui a suggéré d’utiliser des lanternes en papier rouge que le couple avait ramenées du Vietnam. La décoratrice les a aisément transformées en plafonniers.
“ceiling color” — dshrager
Tewes Design
Santa Fe Residence
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Chang Mai fabric on custom curtains and pillows to tie the room together. The artwork above the master bed is a hand-painted piece Tewes found in Vietnam.Curtains: Schumacher Chang Mai Dragon
“Love the color scheme.” — anpoulos
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Houzz Tour: Cheerful family home shines with vintage touches
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vintage flag above the couch is a 48-star U.S. flag used during World War II. Floris has a deep interest in anything to do with World War II and the Vietnam War. He also enjoys collecting vintage pennant flags, framing them and selling them on a Dutch secondhand site called Marktplaats.Living room wall
“Cream linen sofa” — hanyakstlou
Moon Bros Inc
Apple Farm
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the beach or into your backyard. You recycle religiously and use burlap bags to haul your essentials around. Your favorite destinations are: Bali, Vietnam and Honduras. Your dream trip is an African safari. Stateside you could be satisfied with a cabin rental in the Adirondacks or on the Pacific coast
“Mirror” — barbarawade
Jordan Cappella
ModAsian
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backdrop for a Chinoiserie chest and a hand-carved Balinese piece. Cappella loves to mix materials, metals, eras and styles, so bringing in art from Vietnam, fabric from Japan and furniture from Bali is all in a day's work for him
backdrop for a Chinoiserie chest and a hand-carved Balinese piece. Cappella loves to mix materials, metals, eras and styles, so bringing in art from Vietnam, fabric from Japan and furniture from Bali is all in a day's work for him.
backdrop for a Chinoiserie chest and a hand-carved Balinese piece. Cappella loves to mix materials, metals, eras and styles, so bringing in art from Vietnam, fabric from Japan and furniture from Bali is all in a day's work for him. See more of this homeMore:9 Elements of Asian StyleAdd Asian Flair to Your
“walls bath and some bedroom” — Dave Pearlman
VietPhu Design Construction Corporation
Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
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Residence House in An Phu-An Khanh ,District 2,HCMC,VIETNAM
HochiMinh, Vietnam
“Exterior design” — pmalau
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Hang Nga guest house- Dalat, Vietnam
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Hang Nga guest house- Dalat, Vietnam
Hang Nga House- Dalat, Vietnam I saw this one in person when I traveled to Vietnam in 1995. Even though it's a guest house, you can pay a small fee and take a tour of this unique place without staying there. If you are lucky, you can also talk to the architect Dang Viet Nga that designed the House (also
“Unique house” — ordanza
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