504 A touch of summer Asian Home Design Photos

Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
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as the perfect site for this hillside dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or
as the perfect site for this hillside dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or
as the perfect site for this hillside dweller. Powdery gray leaves cool down the summer garden, and they project leafy inflorescences in spring and fall. Liveforever thrives with little supervision in warm, dry summers and cool, wet winters. Unlike many other succulents, it propagates through seed or
“lekgala hle” — Matshidiso Leshupi
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Personal Oasis
Ideabooks9,261
Questions9
across the opening so I could hang it from that very easily. That sovled my problem entirely and I leave it open when I'm not showering and in the summer when it's not as much of an issue. I do not want a glass door so the curtain was the best option. We are building a new house and we are planning a
I love this bathroom design! It is gorgeous! The pebble tile borders are the perfect touch! ... ...
“possibility of open shower?” — profboardman
Katherine Roper Landscape & Garden Design
Zen Inspired Garden, Bradley Stoke
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Day room/ summer house
Open summer house
“Zen” — beeniecpt
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Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,378
Questions5
the front door and throughout the rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers!
the the front door and throughout the rest of the home. I imagine the cold stone feels incredibly refreshing on your toes during those muggy Austin summers.
“12x24?” — brandee
Prescott Design Studio, LLC
3 Reviews
Marin
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Questions0
More modern with touch of Asian and openness with lots of light and openness view
Modern with asian touches
asian touch
“Ceiling” — goldstec1
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
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directional recessed can or a spotlight. Accent lighting is the frosting on the cake — it’s not as critical as the other two, but it adds a nice finishing touch.
directional recessed can or a spotlight. Accent lighting is the frosting on the cake — it’s not as critical as the other two, but it adds a nice finishing touch.
“Accent light: Lighting that highlights specific features in a room, such as an architectural element” — Corbin Dodge
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
Ideabooks15,997
Questions17
Could this be our small bathrm in the master w the sky light nice touch
I like the natural stone. Iike the fact that the vanity does not touch the floor, though I don't like this vanity's style.
Heated floors! Nice touch. Love the tile on walls
“Golden green wall tile” — kirkshartley
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,753
Questions6
Style Secret: Plants Introducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist
Style Secret: PlantsIntroducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist
embedded reeds." The privacy panel with the embedded reeds echoes the nearby planting of reedlike horsetail (Equisetum hyemale) — a nice, textural touch. More:Using Lines in Garden DesignUsing Rhythm in Garden Design
“interesting divider” — kathiez
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