316 Luxury Asian Home Design Photos

ibrahim radwan
utopia projects
Ideabooks2,320
Questions3
Nice luxury components.
The luxurious atmosphere.
“A” — edsellreynaldo
Teri Fotheringham Photography
10 Reviews
Lowry Steam Lofts
Ideabooks835
Questions1
Luxurious furnishings work in this industrial loft setting.
"luxurious furnishings in industrial loft"
“Old restoration” — JeanPaul Raymond
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks8,398
Questions13
Did you not notice that your big old terrycloth Flo Capp robe has seen better days? Cut it up into dustrags and order up something a little more luxurious. Here the kimono is part of the room's decor.
“Sinks” — cpodkin
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks9,974
Questions10
and make your room seem larger.Notice that this platform bed has a cushioned platform base that you can see under the mattress. Very attractive and luxurious looking. I think this is my favorite bed of all the ones in this ideabook. Love the two-tone wood frame!
“Wood floor is beautiful” — J K
G. Steuart Gray AIA
1 Review
G. Steuart gray
Ideabooks4,998
Questions0
A tree is a spalike addition to a bathroom. In this luxurious setting, two ficus trees have been placed in the open shower area of a dramatic bathroom designed by G. Steuart Gray.
“natural lighting--the skylight in the shower” — katgalas
James Patrick Walters
4 Reviews
Spencer Guest Bath
Ideabooks15,415
Questions5
This is one of my personal favorites. That carved texture on the supports adds luxurious hand-crafted detail. This designer (click photo for contact info) will make this vanity in custom sizes for you.
“Baño visitas” — destinationcr
Josh Blumer :: AB design studio, inc.
Spa Residence
Ideabooks2,311
Questions0
for tradition, ceremony, peace and relaxation.Separate water closet. “From spas, people have seen how bathing has been formalized and expanded to luxuriating in a tub that’s separate from where you brush your teeth,” says Josh Blumer, an architect and a designer who’s traveled throughout Asia and added
“Relaxing” — Cooper
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks11,758
Questions5
smart, built-in bench seating alongside, while upstairs, decking wraps around a mature tree, its branches hung with lights, all proving nature and luxury can mix beautifully.
“Can I live here?” — annmueller44876
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