101 french quarter lights Asian Home Design Photos

BiglarKinyan Design Planning Inc.
7 Reviews
Japanese Modern
Ideabooks7,457
Questions4
woodgrain floor, light tiles, wood cabinet
Tile quarter wall around vanity...Light fixture
“Color” — jetmke10
Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
Ideabooks2,555
Questions2
Kitchen qua sauna. So much wood, + light.
Very small separate living quarters.
“compacted” — Riley Woods
Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Jane Ellison
Ideabooks5,569
Questions6
This is quarter sawn maple with a clear coat and this Media Room gets almost no light, has never yellowed. Just stunning!
cozy wood lighting
“Basement” — hommie4
Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Media Room for busy couple!
Ideabooks17,132
Questions8
Nice door to close off staircase, but with the window it still allows light to flow through the spaces
Staircase to servants quarter...Passing light
“love the door between kitchen and back room” — Wendy Fraser
Bjella Architecture and Interior Design
St. Louis, Missouri Home
Ideabooks329
Questions1
millwork company that is, sadly, no longer in business. They are made from quartered white oak.
Like the door because it allows light but still secure
“wow” — Basavaraj Hottiholi
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,650
Questions7
Frost the French door leading to the meditation room
I love how everything glows, is light and yet warm.
screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
the dining room: Japanese shoji screens are a wonderful way to let in the light without the sun's glare. It creates a peaceful tea-house ambiance.
of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
light tea room / meditation room
“For eating area” — rachelpartin27
Jane Ellison
11 Reviews
Details
Ideabooks7,370
Questions7
Mirror behind light to reflect it back into room
whispers it midyawn right before dozing off for an afternoon nap (just ask the French bulldog). When the weather is cool and the leaves are falling, there are
french sofa piece...Coco is a French Bulldog
“Library” — Aisha Tayel
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Beverly Hills Estate
Ideabooks3,764
Questions1
noteworthy is the exotic theme. After all, why can’t a patio look Moroccan? Or French? Or Southwestern? We get so accustomed to seeing the same thing, we sometimes
I love the multiple lights!...colored lights...ideas for outdoor lighting...Multiple light fixtures :colorful
“H” — schonz29
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