387 shop-by-room Asian Bedroom Design Photos

Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
City Zen Space
BOTH bed rooms downstairs exactly like that
bed, bedside tables, and bench at foot of bed are the only pieces of furniture in the room... all else is behind a translucent
nature. The room's soothing palette encourages sweet, restful slumber.
Zen Room...Japanese style room...design of room...Bed room cool...living room....awesome room
“Shoji-living.com” — kc_west
IMI Design, LLC
1 Review
Luxurious Zen Resort - Paradise Valley
like the look of this room
I love the colors of this room.
in this room. It complete the warmth of the decor.
the whole room especially the bed!!
accentuate a room corner with purpose.
on dining room... grommet drapes in two colors blend with wallpaper
Everything about this room
interesting bed guest room
photo by: Dino Tonn Photography
of this room...love the whole room...pretty room...Love room
“grand” — djgoh
Marie Burgos Design
24 Reviews
City Zen Space
i'm relaxing just looking at this room
the room is very warm, welcoming, and it's something nice to wake up to when the sun shines in
family room...room settings...Bed room 1...Aziz room
“lamps, bed style” — janellxo
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
The red brick and the colours in this room are amazing
Bring swatches of fabric from your upholstery and drapes when shopping. It will help you and your dealer find a rug that works with your key colors. Keep in mind that dark rugs will bring your ceiling down, and light rugs will make your ceiling seem higher. If you are not sure which rug
This room is so Zen. Here is another example of using a more natural object over the bed. Paired with the red antique end table, this one has an Asian feel. Circles are considered harmonious because they have no sharp edges.
match your room, most dealers will allow buyers try out a rug at home for a few days.
“Chest” — butterfly320
The Upward Bound House by Elizabeth Bomberger
Chinese Arts Shop. Then, they were not expensive but now they probably cost a lot more. Mine have inlaid mother of pearl birds and cherry blossoms. I would try an Asian Art store online. San Francisco has several places that sell this kind of art. They are gorgeous!
This room looks pulled together and professional. You can switch out the art within the frame and matching throw pillow when the mood strikes. Do you have an unusual headboard? Post your photos in the comments section below! Next: More great ways with headboards
This room shows how well the combination works with Asian-inspired design. The chinoiserie panels and pagoda-shaped lamp base add Far Eastern flavor. Yes, I realize this hue is just a little more peacock than turquoise, but who could resist including this lovely bedroom?
“Colours” — Samm McPhee
Teri Fotheringham Photography
9 Reviews
Lowry Steam Lofts
like this room because as soon as you walk in you feel peace.
:Sold By:West Elm Category:Armchairs Style:Mediterranean
Oriental room...the boys room
“Wall” — Corey Wadden
Adeeni Design Group
10 Reviews
Bedroom in Apartment
the pillows are what I want for the living room sofas
looking into living room from bedroom
Use stretch cord to hang curtains on middle wall/room opening
all the rooms," says Juestel. "Here we mixed existing pieces with new ones for an eclectic look. The goal was to create a comfortable and inviting home for someone who was not ready to give up on living in style."Daybed: Ballard Designs
“Wall color” — butterfly320
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Guests Welcome
Pelmets and bamboo blind - would look great in the lounge room
I will take a pic of my mother's art... I have a painted 4 panel room divider.
Great to see the rest of the room. I'm going to keep this with the cornice design in this ideabook..
into the room makes the space feel richer and, in effect, highlights the periwinkle. This also proves you don’t need to feel stuck in the rut of placing the typical bench or chest at the end of the bed: Try a colorful ottoman with an interesting design to spice up the space!
“Hanging kimonos” — Mya Papaya
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