217 first time home Asian Home Design Photos

Daryl Toby - AguaFina Gardens International
8 Reviews
Zen Garden
Sorry for the delay this question was in here a few different times. So the best material to use for raking like this is crushed granite. It tends to hold the lines better than sand or other mediums. Thanks for the question!
I had my first exposure to Zen gardens, which many believe inspired minimalism. These gardens, with their perfectly placed rocks set in immaculate gravel that is raked into swirling patterns, are pure simplicity and balance.
I had my first exposure to Zen gardens, which many
Zen earth tones. If a peaceful feeling is what you crave at home, you may be drawn to white interiors — but stark white can feel too clinical. Rich, warm earth tones create the same serene vibe but in a more interesting
“the peaceful look” — jareddurham
Cynthia Knauf Landscape Design Inc
5 Reviews
re and Japanese garden. Palette of patterned and textures borrowed from the surroundings. Sequence of places makes a continuous necklace around the home.
would love to see the interior and the exterior of this home.
would love to see the interior and more of the exterior of this home.who is the builder or designer?
gardens but is appropriate for any style. The garden shown here embraces this technique in two ways. First, notice the weeping spruce. This conifer has the look of being blown and shaped by the wind over time, almost as if it has surrendered to it. Second, notice the river rock path. The rock placement creates
Nice use of windows and overhang for NW home.
I like the porch - Prairie style home
“Garden” — sanmarco1992
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
We're considering Brazilian green slate in our new country home for several reasons-more rustic than the Halila limestone we chose for our current urban home, roughness allows us to use larger pieces for interior flooring as well as exterior lanai for an ind
we entered in natural stone market in 2009 as a trader of onyx blocks. The company first order of business was selling blocks from Iran to china. In 2011, we opened our first onyx quarry in Iran. Today, is one of the main suppliers in onyx. We spread our business in exporting marble
reliable but also professional service to our clients and customers. We are trying to do our best in provide and deliver your order in minimum possible time. For getting more details just let me know. Best Regards, Kasra Yazdani sales manager Cell phone:+98 -913-8000458 - we chat email:yazdani.kasra@gmail
“I just love slate! must be careful i don't cover everything with it, :)” — jjnman12
Modern Landscape
for another month. October is a great time to just touch up your outdoor spaces to keep them livable, allowing more time to enjoy them.Remove smaller deadwood from trees and shrubs, since removal of live growth is more likely to stimulate new growth when the first colder weather arrives. Dead twigs and
What your mate really means, quite likely, is that he or she doesn't have the strength to negotiate with you over things it's clear you'll have a hard time budging on. So, take that as a sign that you need to be much more flexible. Check in with your partner about decisions and to ask for his or her opinion
“our garden?” — Michael Branigan
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Personal Oasis
came from Roberts Hot Tubs ( http://www.rhtubs.com ) and was featured in a story, The Zen of Bathing", by Toni DeWaal, in the publication Today's Home on May 1, 2008
style to your home. It's a bathroom that has a traditional wooden sauna and spa built into it. What an oasis!
Just as important as setting aside space and time to exercise is setting aside space and time to relax afterward
14. Tub timeA bathroom redesign is the perfect time to really think about what you want out of your space. This personalised sanctuary includes a wooden sauna and Japanese-style soaking
“Textures” — nrbirch
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Haynie Residents
I get heavy rain at times and need to consider water run off on my second floor wood decking.
If I want to go with the weathered look - what IPE/stain should i get for the first time? Thanks
“changing direction in the wood” — caracell
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Asian Bath by Danenberg Design - Featured in Gentry Design & other publications
At first glance, I found the Asian theme only in the accents: a pot of orchids on the countertop, a few ceramic rice bowls and bamboo reeds collected in a vase. But Danenberg points out that the whole point of the remodel was to reinterpret the Asian motif — and specifically, a Japanese aesthetic — which
modern look, while the shoji-inspired bathroom door, bamboo accents and an exotic orchid add traditional touches to the space.See more of this bold home renovation
“The natural colors” — cjonsen
Scott Haig, CKD
5 Reviews
cabinets are 5" deep and I am concerned that they may stick out too much and block the light bar. The medicine cabinet I had before show rusts over time and I am curious what brands you recommend. (2) Height of the light bar? Here is my plan. Do they make sense? - Bottom of the Light bar - 75"
Dear kshoe, first of all, you are very kind; secondly, we went from big concept to tiny details. This design was a fairly lengthy process in close collaboration with
“love the cabinetry” — lauriant
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