135 heat Asian Home Design Photos

Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
Ideabooks4,425
Questions5
their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
dat table is awesome. if you put heating vents under too.. dat'd be AWESOME
this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
ed dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.See more of this house
“空间色调” — abc deft
James Patrick Walters
4 Reviews
Zen Paradise
Ideabooks31,707
Questions20
rain showerheads, deep soaking tubs and a place to recline. “And, ideally, views of inspiring art or a garden; a music system, fluffy, soft towels; a heated floor; a scented candle; the soothing sounds of an outdoor or indoor fountain; cultural art; or sculpture,” he says. “I envision a space designed to
daily grooming ritual by appealing to all the senses.”For this space he went even further and added programmable mood lighting, automatic LED candles, heated floors and towel racks, and chromotherapy in the tub and shower.More: Bathroom Workbook: 12 Things to Consider for Your Remodel
“Layout, bathroom door” — 17brklyn
Zugai Strudwick Architects
3 Reviews
Courtyard & pool House Newtown
Ideabooks6,140
Questions5
The clients wanted a resort style bathroom. The pebbles are loose & underneath is tiled with underfloor heating to dry out the pebbles. Timber stepping matts are laid in between the pebbles.
from the meditative gardens of China and Japan and import it directly into your bathroom. This daring bathroom is also a welcoming retreat. Floor heating beneath the stones dries out any water splashes.SMART STRATEGY: Use natural materials wherever possible if you want to stay true to the Asian style
“Spa bathroom” — Carol DeMott
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
Ideabooks15,800
Questions16
Personal spa bathroom featuring heated floors, numerous skylights, & floor to ceiling slate tile creates a peaceful refuge. Wall hung cabinets & adjoining open (no walls) shower creates a sense of light and spaciousness.
Heated floors! Nice touch. Love the tile on walls
and honed. Both have a sheen, although honed has a fine texture that minimizes reflection. A heavier texture can be achieved with acids, buffing and heat, resulting in “antiqued,” “tumbled”and “flamed” finishes. Which one you choose depends upon personal taste, except when it comes to matters of safety
“I just love slate! must be careful i don't cover everything with it, :)” — jjnman12
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Beverly Hills Estate
Ideabooks674
Questions0
Outdoor custom made cabana with fully contained electrical, heating, fountain and A/V.
outdoor heating
“Pagoda?” — P. A. Brown
Greg Hadley Photography
Foxcraft Design Japanesse Style Bath
Ideabooks65
Questions0
heated flooring
“Shower” — jhwilsonjr
The Home Improvements Group, Inc.
MASTER BATH
Ideabooks186
Questions1
Heated Floors
“lights” — Holly Martin
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks6,674
Questions7
sources than incandescent, it is still a viable and important part of lighting in a residence, provided it is dimmable. By dimming, we decrease energy and heat output, and we lengthen lamp life.
“statues” — dopedog
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