1,236 care cleaning Asian Home Design Photos

SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks8,010
Questions3
Wood. Many wood species are less expensive than composite but can weather over time and drive up maintenance costs. If you don’t take care of the wood, it can rot, dry out, warp, crack and splinter, and nails can pop out. But if you’re willing to maintain it, wood decking is beautiful,
Clean looking edges to the deck
Wood. Many wood species are less expensive than composite but can weather over time and drive up maintenance costs. If you don’t take care of the wood, it can rot, dry out, warp, crack and splinter, and nails can pop out. But if you’re willing to maintain it, wood decking is beautiful, especially up
“bridge over water feature and gloss” — aawkimball
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
Ideabooks15,836
Questions16
exterior lanai for an indoor-outdoor feel, also for showers for flush-no curb, floor-through feel in bathrooms, and because they seem more forgiving wrt cleaning in showers and outdoors. We have 2 design dilemma questions: 1) what types of cabinetry wood veneers and wall colors would you recommend that are
I just love slate! must be careful i don't cover everything with it, :)
I love the stone. The floating vanity, too, because it's easier to clean the floor that way. Less baseboard to clean
area that looked great but were a "disaster to clean" because of the stone's many nooks and uneven surfaces. For natural stone like slate, it's advisable to apply a penetrating sealer to countertops and slate floors every two years to prevent deep stains. Clean slate tiles with a few drops of dishwashing
“slate walls, skylight” — sheralynpeterson
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
HOME IN A MEADOW
Ideabooks3,875
Questions2
I have Mexican Wedding stones and wonder how to keep them clean?
These pebbles stay clean just by rain. No washing necessary. If you don't receive adequate rain, perhaps hosing them down periodically will help.
The river rocks carefully arranged to evoke the flow of water is similar to the raked patterns in zen gardens. Ingenious twist.
Reminder re careful stone placement and juxtaposition
“Beautiful view and a very nice astetic.” — themactech
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
gravel courtyard
Ideabooks3,454
Questions2
Gravel, rocks, minimal care, exotic look
Gravel Courtyard, clean and beautiful with small water feature and mushroom lights along the perimeter. Built in seat with spot lights shining up on tree feature.
Bamboo, clean lines, simple
clean lines
“bench too” — lgrovier
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Kitchen
Ideabooks12,372
Questions15
something similar. With regard to bumping into the hood, I think we attached clear plastic bumpers to the sides of the hood. Also, my clients are careful. ;-) - Mark.
yes, provides a nice clean surface
clean lines, flat surface cabinets, light colored cabinets
Very nice and clean kitchen
Clean cut!
“very interesting” — jmorloff
Roberts Wygal
1 Review
Seattle Lake Front Residence
Ideabooks1,388
Questions1
front door and shake siding idea. Don't really care for the trellis and support.
Trim feels very flat. Nice clean lines.
Clean lines
“awning detail” — Karla Kelly
Kelso Architects
12 Reviews
Hillside House with Japanese Influences
Ideabooks980
Questions4
don't care for the yellow/beige colors (especially counter tops), but do like the size of this soaking tub with wide ledge around it
Floor tiles are sleek and clean
clean look and walk in shower
“Bathroom - nice shower” — mattd405
C&R Remodeling
19 Reviews
Back Yard Studio
Ideabooks2,642
Questions2
C&R Remodeling constructed this studio and home office for Linda Stewart, Interior Designer. Her carefully planned design artfully blends contemporary with Asian influences. Two sets of French doors open to the exquisitly landscaped back yard and patio area. The studio doubles as a family room and has
(inside) Color scheme is great. Clean and light yet has color and masculine.
“Accordion door” — Ed Dee
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