9,260 japanese tansu Home Design Photos

Elevation Architects
5 Reviews
South Clark Avenue
Ideabooks2,568
Questions3
The tree is a Japanese Maple, but I have no idea about the shrub. The owner installed after the house was completed.
Japanese maple in pool garden
“Modern.” — Kirsten Mann Babski
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mscape design
3 Reviews
Haramaki residence
Ideabooks9,196
Questions3
San Jose garden, very Japanese, like white cover on pergola, clean lines.
japanese theme
“Pergolas cement and decking different tiers” — Kim Swords
Houghland Architecture, Inc.
4 Reviews
Screen Porch & Detached Garage Addition
Ideabooks779
Questions2
I believe it is a very old Japanese Maple
Old Japanese Maple
“again, LOVE” — dhallst
Arcanum Architecture
Palo Alto Residence
Ideabooks2,077
Questions3
Has a slight hint of Japanese Architecture...
“simple porch” — cuchumatanes
RemodelWest
17 Reviews
Master Bathroom with Soaking Tub
Ideabooks1,689
Questions2
sunken in japanese soaking tub ... love this design!
Japanese soaking tub
“Nice” — wchung1
Rikki Snyder
6 Reviews
Cottekill Church
Ideabooks1,626
Questions4
the stove are from South Africa. The red vessels above the cabinets are Japanese picnic baskets from the 1940s. Spero's mother collected the various birds
the stove are from South Africa. The red vessels above the cabinets are Japanese picnic baskets from the 1940s. Spero's mother collected the various birds
“I visited the Subzero Wolf Showroom I liked it so much.” — allensimmons
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Shell Beach Residence
Ideabooks3,162
Questions2
This is privacy fence japanese feeling
Japanese Maple
“like this outside layout, the privacy but openness and can enjoy the plants off the ground, fire pit” — Debbie
AndrewJames Builders
Oaks Residence
Ideabooks1,531
Questions2
This bathroom is too Japanese for me. I like it for what it is but I wouldn't like it in my house. The
Teak in the bathroom with the Japanese doors.
“Bath1” — mayrasingh63
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