10 wood shingle siding Asian Hall Design Photos

Jim Tetro
1 Review
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,987
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Japanese inspired shoji. wood panelling breaks up space especially the ceiling wraparound.
darker wood floors. The light from the panels is calming.
love all the combination of wood, rock, and metal.
and dark wood with black and white lines. Neutrals such as grey and ocre complements touches of green and orange.
“nice stairs and colors” — skurien
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks899
Questions2
hidden wood storage to maximize space
the side to the hallway
tone of wood...Light wood...wood on one wall...wood baseboards...wood flooring...wood paneling...wood trim
“Storage” — zveldman
Logue Studio Design Inc.
Los Gatos Residence
Ideabooks1,263
Questions2
Thai bibles with celadon temple maidens on either side in Hallway
walls and wood flooring
Fountain and wood...floor wood...Wood finish...wood floor
“fountain wall” — Maureen
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Full service Interior Design Firm
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Saniee Architects llc
House in Southern Connecticut
Ideabooks405
Questions0
natural wood
----both sides of this photograph
wood planks
“Light, soft” — Julie Grissom
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks134
Questions0
the left side behind the faux lapis lazuli painted obelisk. Photo by Bill Meyer Photography
and the wood. Plus the artwork is gorgeous!
“Pasillo” — yairhernandez
Feinmann, Inc.
9 Reviews
Asian Inspiration
Ideabooks1,860
Questions3
kind of wood this is? Need floors to blend with teak furniture. Small LR, DR.
wall and wood floors in colors I want
earth, wood and stone. Use neutral, subtle colors that don't fall at extreme ends of the spectrum. Think creamy whites rather than stark ones, espresso 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
earth, wood and stone. Use neutral, subtle colors that don't fall at extreme ends of the spectrum. Think creamy whites rather than stark ones, espresso 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
“Floor red oak” — senseigwarren
Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Asian-inspired Foyer
Ideabooks230
Questions1
on the side of the stairs(dont think just asian)
Side framing...wall/wood detail...Wood paneling
“تجاليد” — khatab
Archaeo Architects
Casa Sagrada
Ideabooks718
Questions0
crafted wood joinery. The result is a home reflecting the desires and heritage of the owners while at the same time respecting the historical architectural character of the local region.
living side and a closet on the entry side
natural wood...
“J'aime la peinture chinoise.” — angaile
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