185 red flowers Asian Bath Design Photos

EXIT Interior Design Studio
Parkowa Apartment
How did you achieve the red glass walls? They are stunning.
Chinese Screen w/ Red Fabric Drop
red glass wall placed betwn black
The Eastern influence extends itself even into the bathroom. A white lantern hovers over a vessel sink; red and white glass panels are placed between black iron frames with a Chinese geometric pattern.
Oriental-style screen is by far the most obvious clue (take note of how the pattern continues along the ceiling and floor), while splashes of vivid red and the white lantern pendant light hint at the design’s Chinese influences, too.
“wall design” — paulakwm
China Home Inspirational Design Ideas Michael Freeman Yao Jing
sleek and contemporary with pops of red.
“create good feng shui in) any room. Consider giving new life to a languishing piece of furniture by covering it in a shiny coat of red paint.”
Red undersink cabinets will be great for kids bathroom! And would brighten a small space!
Red cabinets on earth tone tiles
Red for good fortune. China has a long tradition of assigning qualities and functions to color. Red, the color most associated with China, is the color of good luck and joy. It's often the color of wedding dresses and the cash-filled "red packets" given out during Chinese New Year. Shots of red and a
bathroom with a sense of confidence and optimism.Tip: A bright red accent can add pizzazz to (not to mention create good feng shui in) any room. Consider giving new life to a languishing piece of furniture by covering it in a shiny coat of red paint.
“Gorgeous powder room!” — Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Featured in Gentry Design, Palo Alto Weekly and other publications
staying with red wood and grey tile?
Wall color and flower
Flower arrangement
“מראה” — ilana123
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
13 Reviews
basic idea.. tile wall but not red and with better decor
1/2 bath but in in copper not red
9. Revitalising redA dominate colour in many Eastern cultures, red often appears in Asian design, from fashion to furniture and home interiors. After all, the hue symbolises joy, good luck, fortune and purity in different Asian cultures, so it’s no surprise many people wish to be surrounded by the warm
warm energetic shade. Daring and dramatic, this all-red powder room certainly makes a bold statement. If you desire an Eastern-inspired look that’s more subtle, opt for a neutral palette but brighten up your scheme with red decorative accents such as towels, canisters or accent tiles.See more of this
“mirror” — vmehta6974
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Mirror and the red act sent
red accents for Ahri's apartment
splash of red...red accents
“light” — bact
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Asian Bath by Danenberg Design - Featured in Gentry Design & other publications
Red wood and the oak
dish soap flowers asian idea
flower idea
“color pared” — 8888ivana
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
they charge only the foreigners an admission... and i was told i was disrespectful for smelling the flowers next to a buddha figure... I am quite certain buddha would not have minded me smelling the flowers, and i am feeling the same about buddha in the bathroom...buddhism is everywhere...that's my take
Like stone flooring, if heated, and the inset wall flower art
2. Altar-like alcoves. Traditional Japanese style rooms feature a tokonoma, an alcove to display special art on scrolls and flower arrangements. This alcove, possibly inspired by such a niche, actually contains a window and the carved floral art looks like shutters.
“Decor” — Yuan Mitchell
Greenauer Design Group
3 Reviews
Desert Dream
Flower Vaas
Ornate red mirror.
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