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Media Rooms Inc
17 Reviews
Asian Themed Theater
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Asian themed home theater, bar, and wine cellar was part of an entire basement remodel. This project won National awards from NARI and Electronic House. The electronics for the theater include a 110" motorized screen, high definition video projection system and 7 channel surround sound system. All speakers
“separation mur” — lapequenia
Rodney Kazenske
1 Review
Colorado Master Builders
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This home, located in the rolling scrub oak foothills of the Rocky Mountains, has its roots based in traditional Japanese architecture. Modified and adapted for the owner’s lifestyle, its influences draw upon the great traditions of Japanese woodwork and joinery. The central main space of the home has
others in the house can be easily adapted, however, to provide a more intimate environment through the use of 85 shoji doors located throughout the home. The use of shoji at the transom areas help diffuse both artificial and natural light throughout the space creating a light and inviting feel any time
provides a soothing background noise that permeates the entire residence. In Colorado’s arid climate, the additional humidity the stream adds to the home is another benefit. Probably the most notable aspect of the residence is the woodwork. Traditional Japanese woodwork often utilizes Yellow Cedar in
“screens” — isabeldefigueiredo
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Koolau Retreat
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colors are Benjamin Moore. Three different beige colors were used: HC 1087, HC-39. and HC-44. Two different green colors were used throughout the home: HC-1 and HC-115. Our notes do not show which color went on the each wall.
Asian style, Kitchen should be the center of the home with access to all common areas (living room, dining room, patio, breakfast nook)
“Wall plus tv” — planetbindi
Ashford Associates
2 Reviews
Ashford Associates
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from Japanese inspiration including the tatami mats on the floor. Although these are traditionally sleeping/dining mats, they may be used in modern homes for meditation. The zen design of this space would certainly be conducive to prayer.
setting aside an entire room of your home as a meditation and relaxation space. This large room has a few different places for you to sit, room for doing yoga and space cut out of the walls where you can create an altar or burn some incense. The rest of your home may be busy and technologically advanced
from Japanese inspiration including the tatami mats on the floor. Although these are traditionally sleeping/dining mats, they may be used in modern homes for meditation. The zen design of this space would certainly be conducive to prayer.
“window blinds” — wandacarp
Imperial Homes Qld Pty Ltd
Vantage
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The Lights add to the house to enhance of the home
Imperial homes, brisbane
Imperial Homes Qld Pty Ltd
“Exterior design” — msemsmordz
Maureen Mahon
12 Reviews
International tropical
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Living room in Baja beachfront vacation home
BEAUTIFUL home, u are very blessed!!!!
Living room in Baja beachfront vacation home"
truly an asian home
“Wall decor” — reneepuente
The Neil Kelly Company
7 Reviews
east meets west bathroom
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green home building
Home Design...home improvement...home performance
“Banca” — sasturias
Mahoney Architects and Interiors
Senn/Hendromartono: Europe and Asia
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Another way that you can add some Asian flavor to your home without changing too much about the space is to put some Asian dishes and antiques on display. Some people choose a specific cabinet or room of the home to do this in. I, on the other hand, just scatter my stuff about the apartment
Another way that you can add some Asian flavor to your home without changing too much about the space is to put some Asian dishes and antiques on display. Some people choose a specific cabinet or room of the home to do this in. I, on the other hand, just scatter my stuff about the apartment and enjoy
“Asian” — kwlpaz
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