9 Whimsical Furniture from Dust Asian Home Design Photos

Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
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Asian umbrellas by pool with orange patio furniture and glow balls
inexpensive elephant umbrella stands and paper umbrellas and round solar lights from ikea and pier one create great inexpensive outdoor area
chairs from IKEA adorned with Warhol-esque Chairman Mao pillows, elephant-shaped umbrella stands, $10 umbrellas from Pier 1, and a Buddha figure from Thailand
After dark, the glow from globes lining the sides and pedestal candles standing in shallow water make
East atmosphere by gathering inexpensive umbrellas, chairs and elephants from Pier 1 Imports and Ikea.See the rest of this home
“Pool” — Natasha Davies
Harrell Remodeling
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Living Room
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a door. I want to install a sliding door like this but it has to be hung from the ceiling. Is it possible?
I cannot tell from photo if the color has pink undertones? How would you describe this color
@ghbaker You can get the Stressless Dream chairs from our secure, online store! Visit this link to view the item's page on our site and select your upholstery
Could be nice...pain to clean/dust though.
Observe furniture placement and use of wood and color. Also---cool doors!
“Paint color BM Honey Harbor” — Gail Ling
Webber + Studio, Architects
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Tarrytown Phase I
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outdoors and furniture and the overhead.
awesome columns, especially if lighted from within!!
Something funky and modern would look cool, but it might be a dust catcher.
patio furniture
“hollow columns for electrical, solid beamed roof, fan” — furfener
MGLM Architects
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Classical Asian
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Where are the wall art pieces from?
dramatic oldly shaped furniture
“Asian.” — cameroncho
Hillary Thomas Designs
Asian Inspired Entry
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please divulge where the lamps and, in particular, their shades, were sourced from? I do appreciate it!
This whimsical entry vignette features lamps made with antique roof tiles. Notice the
appraiser review your table before purchase. As with all vintage and antique furniture, there are many counterfeit pieces on the market. To ensure that you are
They’re perfect on this very stylish table. Fanciful and evocative, bamboo furniture was an important part of the chinoiserie rage of the 17th and 18th centuries
their more modern profile. Cost: Antique and vintage altar tables can range from $400 to as high as $12,000 so, depending on the price of the piece you are
This whimsical entry vignette features lamps made with antique roof tiles. Notice the rounded base where they use to sit as ornamentation on Chinese buildings
“Chinese Altar table arrangement” — scherb
Audrey Brandt Interiors
Audrey Brandt
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What ISN'T breathtaking about this room? The ceilings are amazing, the furniture FABULOUS (with the possible exception of the ottoman), the colors, the
where carpet from? Love...Whimsical, fun, elegant. Love it!...Colors, furniture...Furniture repurpose
“Rod for drapes and the drapes themselves...gorgeous!” — marciahasbrouck
mgbernardo
Georgina
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I got it from a store called Wesco Fine Furniture in East Hanover NJ. Try to look for the website.
like it might fall over. Nothing too fussy that looks like it might need dusting. And on a table like this, a runner under anything that might drip or scratch
bowl of fresh lemons, an orchid, a ceramic pitcher with bunch of flowers from the grocery store, a narrow wood tray with nuts or apples, a pretty lantern
Super cool furniture. Tone down the lighting in the fixture and the paint, maybe a soft purple
“dining set” — 0627tif
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
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Needs some furniture and a few paintings but love the ceiling
pared-down necessities for his craft: a computer, a chair and a desk. Light from the honeycomb stained-glass window
advantages too. It gives the space a distinct look and texture but with less dust and fewer cleaning issues than with exposed wall studs. This hybrid approach
pared-down necessities for his craft: a computer, a chair and a desk. Light from the honeycomb stained-glass window — a replica of the one in The Spirit of
common method of exposing roof rafters and framing. The roof rafters, running from eave to ridge, support a field of horizontal tongue and groove planks. Above
“window” — clarissel
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