24 celebrity Asian Home Design Photos

Walled Sacramento escapeViewpoint Lighting
in the distance to celebrate their details and forms.
Backlight a shape. Light objects in the distance to celebrate their details and forms
Backlight a shape. Light objects in the distance to celebrate their details and forms. The small tree here has an uplight, and the bench in the background is backlit. A sumptuous effect is achieved by two simple
Celebrate details and form. Just 2simple spots
Backlight a shape. Light objects in the distance to celebrate their details and forms. The small tree here has an uplight, and the bench in the background is backlit. A sumptuous effect is achieved by two simple
Darnestown ProjectMcHale Landscape Design, Inc.
One interpretation of the moon gate is that it is complete, representing and celebrating the cohesiveness of the family. This complete circle provides entry to a pathway for the family members to return home to celebrate one another. Another interpretation is that the moon gate, as it lifts itself out
this moon gate remains even through the wall itself has disappeared. And as the gate rises out of the earth, like the moon rises in the sky, it celebrates the continuous cycle of life.
this moon gate remains even through the wall itself has disappeared. And as the gate rises out of the earth, like the moon rises in the sky, it celebrates the continuous cycle of life.
Drought tolerant poolscapeGenus Loci Ecological Landscapes Inc.
The artist’s eye is drawn to shapes. The successful artist knows how to celebrate shapes by employing the technique of juxtaposition. Notice how the disparate shapes of the boulders, the birch trees and the retaining wall in this
Shapes. The artist’s eye is drawn to shapes. The successful artist knows how to celebrate shapes by employing the technique of juxtaposition. Notice how the disparate shapes of the boulders, the birch trees and the retaining wall in this
Shapes. The artist’s eye is drawn to shapes. The successful artist knows how to celebrate shapes by employing the technique of juxtaposition. Notice how the disparate shapes of the boulders, the birch trees and the retaining wall in this
them are ericaceous conifers. Pictured here is a Japanese-inspired garden with rhododendrons as the understory to towering pines. Japanese gardens celebrate forms and textures of many different cultivars of evergreen ground covers, shrubs and trees. The price tag for these specialty cultivars may shock
Zen ParadiseJames Patrick Walters
floor; a scented candle; the soothing sounds of an outdoor or indoor fountain; cultural art; or sculpture,” he says. “I envision a space designed to celebrate the daily grooming ritual by appealing to all the senses.”For this space he went even further and added programmable mood lighting, automatic LED
Seasons Garden Design LLC Save to Ideabook Email Photo Texture. The artist celebrates the tactile and the sensual through the introduction of texture. Texture delights our senses in a way all its own. Don’t you want to touch or even
Seasons Garden Design LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Texture. The artist celebrates the tactile and the sensual through the introduction of texture. Texture delights our senses in a way all its own. Don’t you want to touch or even
Texture. The artist celebrates the tactile and the sensual through the introduction of texture. Texture delights our senses in a way all its own. Don’t you want to touch
Texture. The artist celebrates the tactile and the sensual through the introduction of texture. Texture delights our senses in a way all its own. Don’t you want to touch or even
MoongateLeonard Design Associates
One interpretation of the moon gate is that it is complete, representing and celebrating the cohesiveness of the family. This complete circle provides entry to a pathway for the family members to return home to celebrate one another. Another interpretation is that the moon gate, as it lifts itself out
Japanese GardenCathy Warner
The Japanese Garden is considered High Art. It is a celebration of the senses, a marriage of art and nature. Dating back to the 7th century, the creator utilizes a unique combination of rocks, water, sand, paths, stepping stones, and prized plants to craft a setting of absolute tranquility. It embraces
narrative - "The Japanese Garden is considered High Art. It is a celebration of the senses, a marriage of art and nature....".
bali in burraneerImpressions Landscape - Design
Celebrate a Sunny Climate With the Right Leafy Palm for Your Site (1 / 8) Freeze-Tolerant Palms For those of you who get freezes in winter, there are still
Celebrate a sea viewThis beautiful curved design in Asia is about as fabulous as infinity pools get. Bathers can swim with views of the sea stretching beyond, as if the pool and ocean are one.
Create a space for a tea room in your home. Geishas are known for their participation in tea ceremonies. You may not celebrate with the same kind of tea ceremony but adding a tea-drinking space to your home can definitely make you feel pampered.
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