10,155 coverlet designs Asian Home Design Photos

Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks9,468
Questions5
Any information on the coverlet?
Modern design
“bed frame & chair in corner of room” — herm57
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks7,217
Questions7
The simplicity of this room truly shows the idea that the designer wanted to show
Wooden flooring, bed design
wall color & coverlet
Floor to ceiling doors design
Nice design...Amazing design
“pocket doors to bath wood or white?” — sonoma14
Craig Denis
Architectural and Interior Photography
Ideabooks9,489
Questions9
Professional Photography by Craig Denis, Interior Design by Miguel Fernandez Architect, Miami
Where can I find the chocolate colored bed coverlet?
this design is purely indian ... we find it very often in our ancient houses
I believe that they are authentic Indian or Sri Lankan cabinets but I don't know for sure. I can put you in touch designer who can point you
Palette and design style of this bedroom, contrast of closet door texture with walls and trim
“Bedroom” — rupyj
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Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks6,110
Questions6
A NICE COLORFUL CARPET WOULD BE NICE AND BRING IN SOME DESIGN FEATURES.... WITH COLOR.
coverlet/bed scarf...Amy Lau Design
“Brick” — Nicki Crosswhite
Bandon Blue Designs
5 Reviews
Asian Influence
Ideabooks404
Questions2
Bandon Blue Designs
turquoise coverlet
“Blue wall -mr br” — Victor Eng
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks1,832
Questions0
side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan Drobnick
markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
created inukshuk-like markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern.
inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples. But it does have hoodoo genes: The Inuit also created inukshuk-like markers with the design requirement that they always resemble figures.
“Lovely” — alimajila
Arnold Schulman Design Group
12 Reviews
Arnold Schulman
Ideabooks26,468
Questions16
gadgets in a console and build those floating shelves around the TV.I just can't figure out from where to start and make the bar unit fit into the design.I have been looking at yr pics for months but still haven't figured out anything.Pleeeeeeeeeeeeease help a senior innovative lady with a low budget
Motherbear is correct. I custom designed these cabinets and had them made locally.
to help you more. However, your request was much more involved then I could have done on a website I suggest you take my picture and retain a local designer to help you.
Good morning, The queen sleep sofa that is in this room was designed by me and manufactured by my custom upholsterer. Please let me know if you have any other questions.
“den” — Tara Lavoie Design
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks783
Questions0
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance
upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this Asian-inspired woodland garden.
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or
Jay Sifford Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Create a garden entrance. Every good writer begins by setting the stage in chapter one. Your garden should do the same. A well-designed space always has a starting point. The entrance should set the garden
“zen garden backyard ideas” — Gary Grymkoski
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