102 Built in traditional bunkbeds Asian Home Design Photos

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Tea Room
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Built with Zen in mind,this tea room was designed and built using traditional Japanese joinery and materials. Some of the Japanese elements include: bamboo
panels, Yukimi shoji screens (screens with a vertical viewing panel) anda traditional Japanese straw plaster (called Wara Juraku) which gave the walls a unique
“Serenity comes in my mind” — Lina Reyes
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
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Japanese reading room shelving with traditional Japanese rough hewn wood post on the corner. Bill Meyer Photography
Asian look hardware on built-in bookcase. Recessed lights in bookcase
Idea of built-ins by stairs? (Not branch look though)
“use of logs” — jjhallowell53
Signature Design & Cabinetry LLC
16 Reviews
Leslie J. Jensen, CMKBD
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vibrant characteristics. The black vanity and wall panel are custom pieces built by Corsi Cabinets. The warm color palette offers the home owners and their
Perfect for a powder room. Love the red vessel sink. Traditional print on wall.
vibrant characteristics. The black vanity and wall panel are custom pieces built by Corsi Cabinets. The warm color palette offers the home owners and their
“les poignées de la vanité, le lavabo en contraste” — gilleschh
Mosher Dolan, Inc.
1 Review
Transitional
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The built in bedroom cabinetry of this asian inspired bedroom artfully holds cherished items and provides a beautiful alternative to a traditional headboard
built in with open display shelves
“built in with open display shelves” — Judie Travis
Merz & Thomas Design/Builders
1 Review
Shoji Screens
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A common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in homes with small footprints. The doors are made from washi
A common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in homes
"Shoji Room Dividers A common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in homes
Shoji Room Dividers A common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in homes
Shoji Room DividersA common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in homes with small footprints. The doors
“A common feature in traditional Japanese architecture, shoji doors are used to conserve space in hom” — loripasco
Rodney Kazenske
1 Review
Colorado Master Builders
Ideabooks1,625
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roots based in traditional Japanese architecture. Modified and adapted for the owner’s lifestyle, its influences draw upon the great traditions of Japanese
Probably the most notable aspect of the residence is the woodwork. Traditional Japanese woodwork often utilizes Yellow Cedar in its design, however due
in house. Much thought and care when into creating a look and feel of traditional Japanese joinery and woodwork. Of course, truly replicating the actual
but in a few areas we were very fortunate to be able to apply some very traditional methods and tools to the process. The entire project was a wonderful
Organic, simple, and light. I love the built in planters.
“Perfect” — cassandra1007
Ashford Associates
4 Reviews
Japanese tee room
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inspiration including the tatami mats on the floor. Although these are traditionally sleeping/dining mats, they may be used in modern homes for meditation
Traditional Japanese tatami room space with designs from the edo period
inspiration including the tatami mats on the floor. Although these are traditionally sleeping/dining mats, they may be used in modern homes for meditation
built in cabinet on the left
“Ricepaper door” — Brigitte Spalburg
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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of a kind art piece and yet has the functional capability of holding a traditional Tea ceremony. Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
teahouse. Hidden in a far corner of the garden, nestled among trees, a traditional Japanese-style teahouse would make a restorative retreat for meditation
resident there, including this Japanese teahouse and its roji garden. Here, traditional elements share time and space with symbolic bits and pieces drawn from
teahouseHidden in a far corner of the garden, nestled among trees, a traditional Japanese-style teahouse would make a restorative retreat for meditation
“Love the look and the function!” — ozarkbv
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