17 clear acrylic dining chairs Asian Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks3,335
Questions4
Dining room makeover - Clear the table and chairs and find
In an article on repurposing the dining room: homeschool room, home office, intimate home club room (wood counter
Clear the table and chairs and find your center in a mediation room like this. A daily reminder to relax and meditate or perform a few yoga stretches will
Turn dining room into a mini studio?
“Color ideas for guest bedroom” — tkparkmd
Mark Brand Architecture
9 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
Ideabooks4,740
Questions5
Fascinating idea....maybe one for the playroom so chairs don't clutter up the open space.
Japanese style dining room and table for Luke and Ikuko
A more directly Asian-inspired precedent can be found in this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place
Brilliant space-saving dining table...Floor dining...Japanese dining room with...Dining room light...Cool dining...dining room cabinetry
“meja penuh sepanjang lebar dinding” — drwana02
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,778
Questions7
feature a large selection of all types of rustic tables - coffee tables, dining tables, end table, pedestal tables, console tables, etc. - take a look our
A clerestory above the living and dining area lets in light, while the roof's deep overhang shields the space from exposure to the hot Texas sun.
A high window above the living room and dining room lets in light, while the roof’s deep overhang shields the space from exposure to the hot Texas sun
coffee table, couch and pattern chair
“Table” — vivianrhoades
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks12,602
Questions9
The floors are black walnut with a clear finish
Flow of dining room to living room, furniture arrangement
Nice example of long, narrow great room with kitchen at one end, dining area in the middle, and living room at other end. Plus I like the windows
this layout and the large coffee table. I would pick a different couch and chairs.
plan. Notice how the rugs assist the transition between the living room, dining room and kitchen.
“Living room layout” — lowwoods
Prescott Design Studio, LLC
3 Reviews
Marin
Ideabooks584
Questions0
ceiling separation between dining and kitchen by running ceiling been across.
Look at the clear story...Couch, chair, chests...Like chair and furn layout
“Photo with cranes” — jmeevans
Alan Kosa Interiors
8 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks437
Questions4
Interior design by Alan Kosa Interiors. Custom Zen plank dining table with cerused oak top and bronze metal base. Use of organic materials adds to the
I love clear lines and colors. Love the painting, love the spacious, light feeling.
- iron and wood table, upholstered red chairs
table and chair styles...Dining interior...Dining room, asian...dining room...table chairs and rug...Dining set...fabulous zen dining space...Whose chairs are they?
“Black with red” — colleenkennedy8033
Gaspar's Construction
9 Reviews
Laurelhurst Kitchen by Gaspar's Construction
Ideabooks3,162
Questions5
y and old Japanese, much like the picture Sarah has added above... The acrylic in the shoji she has is a probably a "3-form" (brand name) product. Very
spendy at $500-$1200 a 4 x 8 sheet. They can put almost anything in the acrylic such as grass, flowers, twigs etc. I recently did a pocket door shoji for
wanted something completely different. I ordered a custom made sheet of acrylic from LUMASITE (a Seattle area competitor to 3-form) with Ginko leaves embedded
the customer loved it. One thing I would advise when ordering custom made acrylic...ask for the added materials be spread in a RANDOM pattern. see: ...
through plants and natural motifs. Consider adding touches of glass or acrylic that has bamboo, grasses or leaves embedded within it, as in the shoji
“Window coverings? or sliding windows?” — Judy Massouh
MW Interiors
MW INTERIORS
Ideabooks901
Questions1
gorgeous in the foyer or as a server in the dining room
mistaken for ordinary writing desks, while others feature ornate carvings that clearly speak to their Asian heritage. Some altar tables have straight legs, some
mistaken for ordinary writing desks, while others feature ornate carvings that clearly speak to their Asian heritage. Some altar tables have straight legs, some
“Later table” — jlatbrow
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