228 drops of rain design Asian Home Design Photos

Roberts Wygal
2 Reviews
Harrison Street Timberframe
Ideabooks3,893
Questions3
the cannopy design i liked it..
I love this rain glass front entrance door. Do we use rain glass on both sidelight and door?
Rain glass front door...rain glass windows and door...rain glass...Rain glasss door and sidelites
“Not lovin the glass. Looks like "rain" pattern” — jaythomson
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks15,062
Questions10
Where is the drop-down TV (bracket ?? ) from ? Thanks.
Air plain drop down flip down mount style mount very small tv - cabinets are too contemporary
11. Drop it down. There's always the airplane-style flip-down solution. If you can
Drop down TV?...Drop down monitor...Drop-Down TV
“Love this kitchen” — zuius1
James Patrick Walters
4 Reviews
Zen Paradise
Ideabooks44,501
Questions27
Beautiful design! where can i get the exact door to bathroom?
Can you tell me the name or brand of this waterfall spout design? Thank you!
was our Etoile. I have contacted Houzz to remove the post. BTW, beautiful design!
wall cut outs for design can see through to toilet??? NOOOOO, but other side to shower good
through appearance.” For his Asian bathrooms, he likes to include things like rain showerheads, deep soaking tubs and a place to recline. “And, ideally, views
appearance.” For his Asian bathrooms, he likes to include things such as rain showerheads, deep soaking tubs and a place to recline. “And, ideally, views
J.P. Walters designed this Asian-style bathroom in San Diego. (This photo has been added to more than 24,000 ideabooks on Houzz.) “When I imagine an Asian
“faucet detail - glass shower” — Angela Mermini Design
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
HOME IN A MEADOW
Ideabooks4,371
Questions2
the interior and more of the exterior of this home.who is the builder or designer?
These pebbles stay clean just by rain. No washing necessary. If you don't receive adequate rain, perhaps hosing them down periodically will
I cannot share interior photos per the owners' request. The house was designed by award-winning architect and author, Sarah Susanka, who has written the
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC SaveEmail If your space is a bit short on sun, consider planting ferns
those of your friends. And truthfully, who doesn’t want that?More: 7 Ways to Design a Garden That Flows and Intrigues
Overhang so the rain doesn't come in
“rocks” — asross1
Jack 'N Tool Box, Inc.
Dover Vista
Ideabooks690
Questions3
Love the tile work. Seems like it's raining.
back drop and vanity
“cabinets” — kathy_s2
IMI Design, LLC
1 Review
Luxurious Zen Resort - Paradise Valley
Ideabooks4,732
Questions2
of the home. At IMI we specialize in creating custom designed entry doors that compliment the design aesthetic of the entire project. It creates a great
horizontal rain glass runs same way as accent tile
Horizontal rain glass...DOOR DESIGN...Glass design
“Like this door!” — scott2me
Spaces Designed, Interior Design Studio, LLC
22 Reviews
Steiner Ranch Residence
Ideabooks1,904
Questions3
wooden ceil'g natural colour mixed w drop painted
Drop ceiling
“tray ceiling...” — Lauri-Ann Hood
Jay Sifford Garden Design
9 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks928
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
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 zig
Jay Sifford Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Create a garden entrance. Every good writer begins
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 apart
clear point of departure for the upcoming journey. Its yatsuhashi, or zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this Asian-inspired
“Decking” — Mountain Miner's Landscaping, LLC
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