8,324 Living-room-furniture-s Asian Home Design Photos

Happy Interiors
5 Reviews
Woodbury Home
Ideabooks4,315
Questions8
What's the dimension of the room?
It was from Room & Board.
It is the "Macintosh" sofa from Lazar Furniture.
looks like living room could look
This arrangement may have helped our former living room in vabch.
narrow living room furniture placemnet
living room new house
Furniture along windows
Room dimension...Great room...furniture placement...Tv room...Side room...Asian living room...family room setup...narrow living room...Furniture Colour
“Sky light Tracks?” — rashannon
IMI Design, LLC
1 Review
Luxurious Zen Resort - Paradise Valley
Ideabooks7,381
Questions3
Where can I get the furniture
Where can I get this furniture set
Where can I buy this furniture?
Like Furniture and layout of furniture
reading room in basement? more shelves
Great chairs and reading room
Ottoman for living room
Round furniture and rug
2nd living room style
Furniture set up...Reading room...window room...Living Room...quiet room...Library/book Room
“Family room” — sniffleswi
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks3,373
Questions7
one look? I'm looking for a floating credenza for the dining-room AND a floating nightstand. Thank you!
What is the flooring in this room?
This must be George Nakashima's furniture. True?
George Nakashima furniture or wall unit, black/rice paper sliding doors
Side chair in the living room
In the 1940s Knoll furniture company began distributing Pennsylvania craftsman George Nakashima’s polished cherrywood
cherrywood tables and softly geometric chairs. Nakashima’s furniture (like the side table and chair shown here) was museum quality, but he refused to treat it as precious. “A certain amount of scratching and denting adds character to a piece," Nakashima wrote in The Soul of a Tree. "In the trade, surface marring
“not the finish just the overhang and the fact that it is hanging on the wall” — kkorteling
Loudon County Interior Designer
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CM Glover
1 Review
Capitol Hill Row House
Ideabooks1,449
Questions5
The Shoji Screens were custom-made and installed by Oriental Living (located in Bethesda, MD). Wonderful way to divide a space when desired!
bed room cabinet - asian style
match the two living room arches.
Living rm chairs & shoji screen divider
Love this room with the frosted glass room divider, fireplace
keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed.
This row house is only 18 feet across, so the homeowners have adopted the Japanese solution of sliding screens to keep the rooms feeling open and airy but separate when needed. screens custommade and installed by Oriental Living,Bethesda
Living is narrow in a row house. "We have 18 feet across in this house," says Marcia. So the couple strives to keep the rooms feeling open and airy, with a few key furniture pieces and a sense of flow from one room to the next.Designer Barbara Franceski worked with Marcia and Clark to create their vision
“Shoji Closet Doors” — DNR Woodworks Inc.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,419
Questions7
Nelson Pendant Lamps | Room & Board
light tea room / meditation room
pop up table in living room
Love this idea for the living room. Wood color need to be darker. Sliding door will connect with the bedroom. Tatami mats, bigger table.
on living room leta make half area a type that can sit like this. near the lanai
a tearoom’s chabana arrangement along with a decorative scroll. The tokonoma is a centuries-old design element, but it’s still a perfect platform on which to display the traditional Eastern floral arrangement alongside a modern, personal design element, like a Western photograph or painting, to represent
In the dining room: Japanese shoji screens are a wonderful way to let in the light without the sun's glare. It creates a peaceful tea-house ambiance.
“Table” — Shelby Hamilton
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,941
Questions22
Olive Budha and love him in that gorgeous room and he doesn't mind at all!
Love the room. Where can I find the tub wall's shell statue?
what is on the back wall in the tub area? Fabric window treatment? Stone? Looks like curved rolls of something. Stunning room!
feel sick to see the lord buhdda in rest room
can be the main focus of your own shrine, surrounded by smaller, meaningful objects like a crow’s feather, sacred candles and your lucky penny. Keep out evil spirits by putting Buddha in your home’s front room facing the front door. Anyone who enters will immediately note Buddha checking him out and will
there are similar carvings at ban tawai, chiangmai thailand. a wooden art furniture and crafts village
“spendy” — Stephanie Greenslade
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Global Chic
Ideabooks5,500
Questions8
I love the pop the curtains give the room. Are they custom or can they be purchased readymade? Thank you.
I like this for our living room. I like red with the yellow, normally darker red tho, like our couch.
love the color with the furniture
Simple solid colors blend well. A neutral rug. Dark wood accent furniture.
Alastairs room will have this feel if you use red bedspreads and drapes. I don't often use drapes in rooms, as I think they close in. But if you do...it would be great to use a strong red print.
Think accent pieces. Accessories are easy to add to an existing design and have the ability to change the entire look and feel of a room. Red pieces feel fresh, bold and often timeless. Surrounded by neutrals, red feels grounded yet exciting — and certainly fall.
“O"junk nb ñ” — 30212
uttara and adwait
adwait kher
Ideabooks2,330
Questions5
hand-crafted from reclaimed teak wood, by us. pl visit ' uttara and adwait furniture' on FB. regards, uttara and adwait nasik, india 0091-9850041890
in india... at 'uttara and adwait furniture' ( on facebook), at 'TATHASTU' SOMESHWAR, NASIK, 422222, INDIA. TEL : 0091
window and door living room to dining/kitchen space
shutters on dining room to patio
“reclaimed teak wood” — la sarina
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