9 cultivated Asian Home Design Photos

Jesse Im/bugonmyleaf
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5609 Residence
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4. Cultivate a hobbyA bonsai garden is a great option for a deck. The plants grow very slowly and look charming in a shelved display. The best part? This entire
“Bonsai garden” — marann14
Corpwell - Office Interior Design Solutions
CORPWELL INTERIOR DESIGN - MOUNT BEACON PROJECT
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the reason i chose this dining room is because it cultivates the asian culture
“love” — Helga Nahoopii
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
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mixture of wild and cultivated
“Tea house” — candypt
Evolve Design
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Indigo Restaurant
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large black bamboo hanging huts over outside patio seating. Bamboo was 100 years old from the jungles of Java. I spend time with the man who grows, cultivates and re forested the bamboo. Manufactured all umbrellas and outdoor seating, tables and lights.
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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A view from the bridge through the woodland garden to the more cultivated area in the rear. Photo by Jay Sifford
Malli Homes, LLC
Cherry Blossom Tree
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Prunus, particularly the Japanese Cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is sometimes called sakura after the Japanese. Many of the varieties that have been cultivated for ornamental use do not produce fruit. Edible cherries generally come from cultivars of the related species Prunus avium and Prunus cerasus.
“Cherry blossom” — lucycastillo
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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the backer board. The garden presents the visitor with a sense of journey, first through the naturalistic woodland space, then reaching the more cultivated rear seating area. Photo by Jay Sifford
“bridge” — lcieslak
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
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the backer board. The garden presents the visitor with a sense of journey, first through the naturalistic woodland space, then reaching the more cultivated rear seating area. Photo by Jay Sifford.
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