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Asian inspired diving room
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Asian inspired modern furniture for the dining room.
Dining room idea at riverside
Asian inspired diving room
interior colour...dining room...Dining sets...dine with elegance
“Side table” — Adrian Ang
Loudon County Interior Designer
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CORPWELL INTERIOR DESIGN - MOUNT BEACON PROJECT
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CORPWELL INTERIOR DESIGN - MOUNT BEACON PROJECT
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Lounge & Dining Ceiling & Glass
the reason i chose this dining room is because it cultivates the asian culture
Asian themed dining room
Asian blue dining room
Asian dining room
“lamp” — John Milford
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
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East Meets West : Dining Room
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East Meets West : Dining Room
Custom Tibetan rug anchors dining grouping of ebonized walnut dining table and dining chairs capped with leather trim . Holly Hunt pendants over kitchen island can be seen through the bar area. A 18C bronze monk with dramatic red painting backdrop watches over this beautiful space Photo: Linny Morris
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
“arearug” — mbwonders
PLC Interiors
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St. Helena Dining Room
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Chairs are upholstered in a different fabric underneath these custom-made slipcovers. PLC Interiors
St. Helena Dining Room
Asian-inspired dining room with tansu
dining chairs...walnut dining table...PLC Interiors...dining / living...dining table
“chairs w/wood table. simple vase on table” — sgpollack
Pierre Jean-Baptiste Interiors
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SMA NYC Manhattan Condo
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dining room
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Virginia interior designer
dining room ideas...family room...interior design...living room...tan room
“cool!” — Silk Road Collection
G. Steuart Gray AIA
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G. Steuart Gray
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Dining room with sojii screens and additional asian design elements Photo: Durstan Saylor
A rough golden section ratio (1 unit high by roughly 1.6 units wide) can be found in the window of the dining room when the sliding screens open to reveal a carefully framed garden. As Hosey discusses in his book, the golden section's appeal is rooted in our area
A rough golden section ratio (1 unit high by roughly 1.6 units wide) can be found in the window of the dining room when the sliding screens open to reveal a carefully framed garden. As Hosey discusses in his book, the golden section's appeal is rooted in our area of focus, specifically in regard to hunting
“Dinner room” — Monica Castellano
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
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James Residence
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poor to dining room patio - asian theme
Beautiful tea room! I adore Shoji screens and this tea room is completed with the use of natural light and feature wall
doors in the dining room to act as shades in place of drapes
cute setup for living room space, though not sure if it would be practical. maybe if I had something like this in one room, and a couch/loveseat/whatever with the tv in the other room?
Tea room concept with built in seat and low table
Here is a Japanese style room with typical sliding doors.
“Tatami mats” — Elizabeth Hiroko
Feinmann, Inc.
14 Reviews
Asian Inspiration
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Japanese feel of a shoji screen. We reiterated this design element with actual shoji screens to enclose the scholar’s study, which also doubles as a guest room. Post-and-beam construction was continued from the existing house through the new addition in order to preserve aesthetic continuity. Homeowner quote:
Sliding japanese screen doors to divide Kitchen/dining from Family room addition. Lovely!
The light filtering through the Kalwall becomes luminescent at the interior
browns instead of black, pale and midtone woods, and subdued greens and grays. East meets West: If you long for a bold stroke of color in a Japanese interior, you can pull it off — carefully. Limit yourself to one or two hues, in very restricted focal points, or else you risk upsetting the balance that's
“Cool open” — cherylcrimmorgan
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