500,680 Zen style Home Design Photos

Kelso Architects
12 Reviews
Hillside House with Japanese Influences
Ideabooks1,073
Questions4
not style but that tub (i want with jets) is surrounded
Something like this style and layout
Japanese style soaking tub and shower combination
more concerned with being,” says Blumer. To accommodate this, a focus on harmony and meditation seems to be present in Asian-style spaces. “The Western world calls it Zen style,” says Faiman. “That originated in Japan. It’s all about simplicity and beauty and nothing overly done. That’s what Japanese
“tub” — barbaraschreiber
FAVA DESIGN GROUP
16 Reviews
SETAI MODEL # 5TH AVENUE
Ideabooks855
Questions3
bedroom marries a plusher traditional style with the simplicity and symmetry of Zen style. The results are cozy but uncluttered.
The bed. I can find this style easily. I can reproduce this look easily.
This bedroom marries a plusher traditional style with the simplicity and symmetry of Zen style. The results are cozy but uncluttered.
This bedroom marries a plusher traditional style with the simplicity and symmetry of Zen style. The results are cozy but uncluttered.
“Simple zen style” — bortay
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks1,495
Questions2
zen garden - for the sides?
Stone and Sand Asian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in their Zen gardens. Japanese Garden Idea Here finely crushed
i do like the zen rock garden
Stone and SandAsian-style gardens quickly come to mind in a discussion of implied movement. In fact, the Japanese have employed this technique for hundreds of years in their Zen gardens. Here finely crushed stone has been raked into patterns simulating water currents flowing, even circling stone formations
De la pierre et du sableOn pense tout de suite aux jardins de style asiatique quand il est question de mouvement implicite. En effet, les japonais utilisent cette technique depuis des centaines d’années dans leurs jardins zen.Ici, de la pierre finement broyée a été ratissée en motifs imitant les
“Stuff” — robbieallars
Daniel Nolan for Flora Grubb Gardens
118 Arthur's Point
Ideabooks470
Questions0
Your yard is the perfect place to add a bit of Japanese zen style to the home. A Zen garden is a great way to do this.
a Zen garden...zen garden...simple zen
“a beautiful path between what would be for me fruit trees and fruit baring shrubs.” — lostinsimplicity
Wm. F. Holland/Architect
17 Reviews
Wm. F. Holland/Architect/projects
Ideabooks489
Questions0
Perhaps you think that Asian style must mean "zen" style and you're not really in favor of the simplistic approach to home design. This room here shows how you can have a lot of different items
Perhaps you think that Asian style must mean "zen" style and you're not really in favor of the simplistic approach to home design. This room here shows how you can have a lot of different items in one space and still have a sense of peace in the active room. Many of the touches here are Asian-inspired
“Asian accents, in open floor plan” — kimatani
Dirk Denison Architects
2 Reviews
Carmel Residence
Ideabooks5,020
Questions3
Few pieces of furniture setting style of room.
japonese style carpets
zen style...zen room...Very zen like...cama sofa muy zen...Japanese style...zen tea room
“corner bed” — Elaine Kim
Garret Cord Werner Architects & Interior Designers
6 Reviews
Lake Washington Shores Home
Ideabooks1,988
Questions1
Another great incorporation of a Japanese style soaking tub with a serene view of nature
Zen style bathroom - Interiors encourage meditation
Japanese style bathroom and bathtub. Their small deep tubs would be perfect for
zen-like garden artwork
beautiful, zen spa bath
Zen feel...zen like...Zen wow!...Zen Bathroom....Zen bathroom...Zen garden bath...Cabinet Style
“focal point” — Simone Bosco
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,917
Questions22
Beautiful colors and great zen atmosphere
2. Altar-like alcoves. Traditional Japanese style rooms feature a tokonoma, an alcove to display special art on scrolls and flower arrangements. This alcove, possibly inspired by such a niche, actually contains a window and the carved floral art looks like shutters.
“the peacefulness of the walls and cabinet” — indian_princess59
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