152 Number Asian Home Design Photos

Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
Ideabooks1,813
Questions3
The Home OfficeThese homes are large enough to incorporate a home office. Split number two's is connected to the outdoors for when the deskbound need a breath of fresh air.
“Narrow” — riley_z
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks14,230
Questions8
Nice house and i like the numbers and where they're placed
house numbers
“Love this” — heliwotti
Douglas R. Schotland Architect
5 Reviews
Luxury Japanese-Inspired ADA (Accessible) Bath
Ideabooks2,881
Questions9
Roll under sink. Number of shower heads in bath.
“Cabinet” — pennywooten
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Charles McClure - Professional Site Planning
1 Review
Charles McClure, landscape architect
Ideabooks6,076
Questions9
PEACH ST....BRING LARGE RPCKS FROM RANCH...OR GROUP ODD NUMBERS OF MED SIZED ROCKS
“pavers for our private space?? Instead of concrete??” — spirithills
Pedersen Associates
4 Reviews
Sausalito Residence
Ideabooks3,716
Questions2
espalier pattern in odd numbers to create rhythm and interest along a long side yard. Though deciduous, Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) also makes a stunning espalier for shade.
Espaliered camellias line this shady passageway. Try grouping the same espalier pattern in odd numbers to create rhythm and
passageway. Try grouping the same espalier pattern in odd numbers to create rhythm and interest along a long side yard.
In a narrow space. Espaliered camellias line this shady passageway. Try grouping the same espalier pattern in odd numbers to create rhythm and interest along a long side yard. Though
Pavers and rock In a narrow space. Espaliered camellias line this shady passageway. Try grouping the same espalier pattern in odd numbers to create rhythm and interest along a long side yard. Though deciduous, Japanese maple (Acer palmatum) also makes a stunning espalier for shade
“Not sure how we would use it, but I love the pavers and small stones.” — ketterm
Nelson de Leon/Locus Architecture Inc.
4 Reviews
Chinese Village: Art Studio
Ideabooks102
Questions1
Number of stories
“Colores para la vista de afuera” — Evelin Meneses
Barker Kappelle Construction, LLC
8 Reviews
St. Louis Heights
Ideabooks58
Questions0
Number of stories
“Small house” — thotasubbarao
Asian Exterior
Ideabooks66
Questions0
Number of stories
“The colours, Timbers used & location/environment” — kararoo
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