6,515 asian art imports Home Design Photos

Joie Wilson
Naples Florida
Lighting. Do art lighting right. "There are many different techniques for lighting art and thousands of fixtures to choose from," "Decide which fixture is most appealing for the room and the art, whether it’s
art lighting - so important! I want the art niches to be right - not all the same
suit the art, and the color temperature is very important," This makes all the difference in the art-lighting world."
art lighting - track, recess, mono...
for my art. Lamps can be moved, allowing for change in placement of art
for the art. Sculptural pieces rest on pedestals and wall shelves of varying heights and depths. The walls and furniture are all white, allowing the art to be the star.
2. Do art lighting right. This can be one of the trickiest tasks to try on your own. "There are many different techniques for lighting
“track lighting” — Heidi Murray
Laight Loft
antique imported from China by the owner.
Combination of art and bedding - colours / tones
Blue and browns, the Asian screen
the art if fabulous. like the colors. like the richness of the fabrics
The art work...Large art...Asia art...like Asian wall art...the headboard art...Big art work...Art behind bed...art and bed....love the art...The art...wall art
“panel” — cwychorski
MJ Lanphier
5 Reviews
MJ Lanphier
get this art print? Love it!
Can you please tell me the size is tha art print? Going to attempt to replicate and that size is perfect! :)
from an import boutique within the store in Los Angeles called "HD Buttercup".
That table! Furniture, art mix.
the mix of french, asian, modern and traditional
love the couch, art, chair...my look
Soothing colors, grey tone picked out from the picture, mix of Asian and modern and french style
asian black and white cherry blossoms
Wall art, large, monochrome, tree branch
“Coussins longs” — sylvieroyar
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Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
piece of art and I think this statue is beautiful. Whether or not to put it in the bathroom is for the individual to decide.
wooden art furniture and crafts village
Pier 1 Imports or World Market and then paint them a light color. I like them too!
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.
“flowers walls” — everly40
Reaume Construction & Design
1 Review
Client Photos
bamboo wall art, is it a stencil?
spa inspired bath - i like the dark wood shelving - using the vertical space and the white towels. also i like the hanging art
has a asian style with the look of a spa
picture wall art, the table dress, and arrangement of the towels on the shelf
It's important to rehydrate after that massage!
“The black and white and wood” — jaanferree
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
purchase the asian island in the photograph.
probably too asian but could borrow some ideas
Love the Asian Style Cabinets. Would look good with Northwest Contemporary.
just as important. Learn the lingo and get ventilation that suits your style and budget. More: What to consider when shopping for your kitchen hood fan
“cabinets” — missenman
Bliss Design Firm
Living Room
love the art work...where is it from?
I would like the manufacture of the chairs, more importantly the fabric? Thank you!
bad art and meh side chairs, but I love the orange couch
the art and the patterns of the pillows on the couch
Colorful pillows and art
that wall art...art work on wall...Pallet art?...Wall art...Love the art work...Wooden art...wall art
“love the colours” — sunilapatil
Chelsea Apartment
Combination of Asian furniture with neutral sofa
art is centered over couch, add'l art on sides
a 1938 art deco edifice, Greene’s bachelor co-op was pretty sizable by city standards — it even had an extra foot of ceiling height, a sunken living room and a “little entry hallway that contributed to a sense of discovery,” he says. He liked it from the start, save for some cosmetic concerns. “It looked
“art frame and lighting” — arp3210
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