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67 Women of Central Asia Home Design Photos
Family Room, Home Theater and BarTRG Architects
The main TV is actually a projector screen. The projector pops down from the central ceiling coffer above the bar seating.
found that men are more than twice as likely to derive happiness from a big-screen TV than women (40 percent versus 17 percent). What’s more, the sound of a big-screen TV is three times more popular among men than women (15 percent versus 5 percent). That means dudes don’t even have to be looking at the TV
can you provide information on the statue of the women?
can u give info where I can buy the women statue?
Color scheme (prefer darker wood, though), rounded archways, having central hallway.
Absolutely. We ship all over the world and have clients throughout Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. The only difference in cost is the shipping from New York to your location. (We don't mark up shipping and we don't charge a handlng fee, so whatever it costs us is what it costs you.) Why don't
Arnold SchulmanArnold Schulman Design Group
I bought the side piece from Asian import company that brings in various pieces they find in Asia
My office... Biggest fan women will love me for this.
My Houzz: Textiles Charm an Open Brooklyn LoftCorynne Pless
The hanging wall art with the 3 women and the walls.
South Africa, purchased by Botha's parents on a trip in the '70s. “I was born and spent a lot of time in Europe, and have traveled extensively through Asia and Africa," he says. "I'm in love with the regional aesthetics I've discovered in these places.” Console table: reclaimed wood, Nightwood; floor lamp:
Northwood ProjectElite Metalcraft Co. Ltd
It would be remiss to talk about stairs that occupy central areas of rooms without at least one spiral stair example. This one is boxed out below the treads and risers with a finished soffit, but the guardrails are curved glass, which lets a lot of light into this corner of the house. The opening above
above a spiral staircase draws a circle in the ceiling, prompting it to want to occupy a central space, especially if it's generous and sweeping like this one.More:Artful Stairs: Continuity in SteelCantilevered Stairs: Walking on AirTiny Office Above the Stairs
Enchanted OaksTucker & Marks
Then there are suzanis: embroidered fabrics from Central Asia that are usually quite large in scale. The oldest surviving examples date from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, but they were likely in use
Suzanis. A Suzani is a type of textile, usually from Uzbekistan or other Central Asian countries. I prefer the vintage Suzanis and use them in many applications, such as this beautiful piece that has been mounted behind a bed. They
Mad for Galapagos TurquoiseAnna Baskin Lattimore Design
are available at Market Central Antiques in Memphis, TN
thepalladiogroup.com/market_central or phone at 901-276-3809
Master BathroomChambers Interiors & Associates, Inc.
first decorating schemes that come to mind. But don’t forget to look to other Asian countries, including India and Thailand, or even nations in Central or South Asia, such as Turkey or Pakistan, for inspiration. We love this airy, eclectic Indian-influenced space. Though modern in design, it’s the finishing
Quand on dit « style asiatique », on pense souvent au Japon, à la Chine ou à Bali. Mais attention à ne pas oublier la Thaïlande, les pays d’Asie centrale ou d’Asie du Sud, la Turquie ou encore le Pakistan, qui sont autant de grandes sources d’inspiration pour une déco asiatique. Cette salle de bains
utopia projectsibrahim radwan
central cluster of lights in ceiling around sitting area and lamps and uplighters on walls as task and accent lights
La Caracola Beach HousePAUL CREMOUX studio
reminds me of asia, Lima
dark red walls, chocolate velvet chesterfield sofa, gold framed mirror, red chinoiserie box table, traditional red rug
Red StudyBashford & Dale Interior Design
Turkmen rug (Turkmen: Türkmen haly; or Turkmen carpet or Turkoman carpet) is a type of handmade floor-covering textile traditionally originating in Central Asia. It is useful to distinguish between the original Turkmen tribal rugs and the rugs produced in large numbers for export mainly in Pakistan and Iran