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Daedal Woodworking
4 Reviews
Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
Ideabooks1,665
Questions5
Aiko, This interior was created as a guest house for a Frank Lloyd Wright home in Oak Park, Illinois. I serve the Chicago area, but would be happy to answer any questions you may have. Thanks for the interest! Paul
I really like that. I can use that in my house too.
Photos in Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
“Folding table” — parul79
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks30,203
Questions8
My house has a vacant space in the front yard as garden with plants on the ground and in pots, it's nice and fresh to look at but I want to extend my receiving room because it's just small for us...what design should suits that will not affect my healthy growing plants and that the outcome of the
2 planters for entry way into house
pavers/stone with moss or grass in between. Its all too hard looking for me though. Too modern for my house. Love
between dense and house exterior walls.
boxes along house for plant pots
tile grid. This treatment is both path and patio, inviting the addition of furniture for a variety of purposes.3. The trio of planters helps soften the home's intense white exterior and engages any pedestrians who stroll by. Three identical bowls, filled with interesting, textural plants and displayed on
“nice pedestal accents” — AB design studio, inc.
Design A
Tea Room
Ideabooks7,221
Questions1
Elegantly,simple, beautiful housing for the tokonamo.
The minimalistic aesthetic reigns in traditional Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility, stillness, solitude and calm are the goal.
The minimalistic aesthetic reigns in traditional Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility, stillness, solitude and calm are the goal.
“dojo looking area” — zadi
Terri Weinstein Design, Inc., ASID, IES, MFA
17 Reviews
Interior Designer's own home in the woods
Ideabooks431
Questions0
Interior Designer's own home in the woods
This little gem of a house designed in 1952 by Architect Paul Schweikher cantilevers over a wooded ravine. All the walls facing the ravine are alternating wall-to-wall, floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors, opening the entire house to nature; rooms with a view. The opposite wall is closet
closet concealed by doors reminiscent of Shoji screens. Materials to build the entire house are Douglas fir, redwood, glass and Chicago brick. Aside from the Asian influence, the house feels rustic and woodsy. All these references were used in furnishing and accessorizing. Elements from Japan, China
scheme in this 50's modern home.
terry Weinstein home in the woods
“Smaller bedroom with sun room off to the side” — lauraleighkemper
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks2,886
Questions0
The second floor pavilion houses the children's bedrooms and bathrooms. It stretches up above this covered outdoor porch.
The second floor houses the children’s bedrooms and bathrooms. It stretches up above this covered outdoor terrace area
Similar layout to home..
Japanese inspired home
Tarrytown house porch
Tarrytown House...Lake house patio...Post and Beam Home
“Cover for metal poles holding driveway” — vickileavy
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks3,335
Questions2
on sides... For our walkway up the hill to the large double gate on side of the house.
Back yard corner of patio down side of house
Path to the dog house
Small tea house...Dog house...JMMDS tea house...behind guinea house...tea house
“Dog run” — vvrocks
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks2,351
Questions0
Photo shows Japanese Tea House west side. The gravel path contains a Japanese dry river bed and an Inukshuk sculpture, metaphysically designed. The surrounding garden is the inner Roji garden and contains a Roji stepping stone path designed with a metaphysical pattern. pattern. Photo credits:Dan
“Asian look to yard nice” — nankarsh
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks27,068
Questions7
gravel that houses a pump and filter that recirculate the water.
This is a stunning patio design. I love the cover, the varied deck levels, and the custom design that both complements and contrasts the house. I bet the
Side of the house dead space
Love this pergola. Wouldn't need to attach to the house. Could be a freestanding rectangle over the old deck area.
“japanese garden style gravel setup” — Magdalena Hurwitz
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