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inset table in decking could carry out that same theme indoors
this is a good idea for the deck - i love the traditional japanese table but it isn't really practical inside
a built in seating area
built-in deck seating & table
table gig in outdoor space
Table recessed in deck
Built-in table...Table In deck...Table built in
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James Patrick Walters
In this master suite designed by Jim Walters, the wall-to-wall bed maximizes storage with built-in tansu-like nightstands. Grass cloth wall covering adds earthy texture to the Asian-influenced bedroom; shoji-style doors lead to the master bath.
who are in the market. All of our hardware is very sturdy and durable. All of our tracks are made on site in southern Idaho. We take great pride in everything we do and that is why we see each and every item through from start to finish personally. We also have a powder coating facility on site which allows
-good built in storage near bed
White Oak and Slate Backsplash
Clarke in Milford, MA. The sleek lines of Sub-Zero refrigeration, Wolf convection ovens, Wolf countertop steamer, deep fryer, griddle and more all integrate beautifully into the clean lines of the designer kitchen. See this kitchen in person and test drive the appliances at Clarke. http://www.clarkecorp
fans in this oven make all the difference! Test drive
Built in Grill and steamer for Asian cooking.
Dabs of red. Red is a strongly symbolic color in many Asian cultures, signifying happiness
shelves in the corner rather than cabinets
love the grill and fryer in island
stove-top in the middle and eating space around it...would this be a practical use of space? What about the window area?
color in many Asian cultures, signifying happiness, good fortune and auspicious beginnings. Although Asian décor tends toward the monochromatic, a few hints of bold color can energize a kitchen done in this style. Limit them to small accents such as dishware to avoid disturbing the serene feel.More:East
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sister in the Philippines to build something like this at her garden in her newly built retirement home not too far from Manila. Her nickname begins with letter "O". Very impressive landscape.
rises in the sky, it celebrates the continuous cycle of life.
Discover an Ancient Portal Design Full of Meaning Photo 1 of 4 In its traditional form, the moon gate is a round opening in a wall
the way in which time is marked and the new comes about. Yet another interpretation is that the moon gate is, like the moon, a connection to other planets and other worlds. The moon gate, traditionally designed as an opening in a wall, connects garden to garden, inside to outside, public to private.
Interesting idea to create freestanding stone archway in front of entry...possible way to gain architectural height and interest without totally changing exterior configuration? NOT round...
Zenteriors by Camian Larson
Do you need to use expansion material if you only have one row of blocks in a wall?
Tell us the dI am making a tiled show and want to put 5 12”X12” blocks one on top the other in the wall to
bring in some natural light. Would I have to use the expansion material on the sides or just use silicone sealant? Should I use some waterproof membrane to wrap the edges on the inside to keep them from getting wet?etails here.
blocks in your area and follow the manufacturer's installation instructions. I am not qualified or comfortable in giving you instructions. Best of luck!
these in wall to laundry room...it'll let in additional light and give the appearance of being an outside window...but won't be.
are hand-built using traditional Japanese joinery and carpentry techniques. Environmentally Responsible All our furniture is built from reclaimed hard woods , ensuring no trees are felled. This is beneficial to everyone, as the wood is nicely aged and filled with character (ask any woodworker - it is a
sideboards in our Kuryo collection, this handsome buffet features a smooth satin-black lacquer finish, and antiqued brass hardware. Its great width conveys a sense of quiet grandeur, while providing excellent surface and storage space. Also available in a 21" depth for $1800. To see the top, sides, and interior
pieces in our Black Lacquer Collection are crafted from solid Elm . The strong grain and rich texture are still visible through the hand-rubbed lacquer, giving each piece visual depth. Incredible finish Based on the beautiful black satin lacquers used during the Ming Dynasty, these pieces have a smooth
built in cabinet on the left
yoga & meditation retreat in my office
This room takes many elements of design from Japanese inspiration including the tatami mats on the floor. Although these are traditionally sleeping/dining mats, they may
be used in modern homes for meditation. The zen design of this space would certainly be conducive to prayer.
Something like this in the proposed office space???
In Japan, where energy costs are some of the highest in the world, homeowners use window treatments as both decorative and functional. These Japanese rice paper shades (called "shoji") provide protection from drafts, while allowing in natural light during the day.
or a TV in it, the room that you exercise in should be peaceful. This is especially true if you're doing yoga and other meditative forms of exercise but it's a good rule of thumb for any exercise room.
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appear in Washington between the two World Wars.” (James M. Goode, Best Addresses, 1988.) As advertised for rent in 1928, the apartments were designed “to incorporate many details that would aid the residents in establishing a home atmosphere, one possessing charm and dignity usually found only in a
addresses” in Washington, DC.) So well laid-out was this gracious 3,000 sf apartment that the basic floor plan remains unchanged from the original architect’s 1927 design. The organizing feature was, and continues to be, the grand “gallery” space in the center of the unit. Every room in the apartment can
several new built-in cabinetry units, and the consolidation of numerous small closets and passageways into more accessible and efficient storage spaces.