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Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
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shoji) on both the interior and exterior faces. Configured this way the engawa can act as a giant insulated shell for the interior spaces, and the prevailing
closed. In temperate weather the interior panels can be slid away while the exterior ones remain closed, expanding the interior space. In cold weather they
shoji) on both the interior and exterior faces. Configured this way the engawa can act as a giant insulated shell for the interior spaces, and the prevailing
closed. In temperate weather the interior panels can be slid away while the exterior ones remain closed, expanding the interior space. In cold weather they
are usually seated on cushions or a tatami mat in an otherwise stark room. Design elements like tables and artwork are oriented at a much lower height and
“Japanese doors” — amealis
VML Design & Lighting
La Jolla Residence
Ideabooks5,091
Questions6
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to produce the lighting design and specify the lighting fixtures on this project. They contracted with several different designers for all aspects of this
“Room darkeners??? Yesssssssssssss!” — Alexia Burgess-Huart
Asian Bedroom
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Wall design structure...color & design
“Master Bd idea” — Othon N Martinez
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Contemporary Bath
Ideabooks1,271
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cabinet/counter design
“Recessed sink?” — Ross McKay
m.a.p. interiors inc. / Sylvia Beez
14 Reviews
ECLECTIC RANCH HOUSE
Ideabooks1,894
Questions5
many Eastern cultures, red often appears in Asian design, from fashion to furniture and home interiors. After all, the hue symbolizes joy, good luck, fortune
Paint design around top of walls near ceiling
many Eastern cultures, red often appears in Asian design, from fashion to furniture and home interiors. After all, the hue symbolises joy, good luck, fortune
many Eastern cultures, red often appears in Asian design, from fashion to furniture and home interiors. After all, the hue symbolizes joy, good luck, fortune
plupart des cultures extrême-orientales. Du prêt-à-porter au mobilier, les designs de style asiatique usent et abusent de cette couleur qui symbolise la joie
“Red” — Sonora. Advisory Group
Arch-Interiors Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
West Hills Master Bathroom Retreat
Ideabooks9,912
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I love the design of the handles on the vanity. Who makes them and/or where can I find like designs? Asian decor is hard to come by
handles on the vanity. Who makes them or where can I find similar asian designs?
Bamboo wall for interior or exterior with growing live trees
growing here too - some bamboos can take a low light habitat.Read more: How to Design a Self-Cleaning Bathroom (Well, Almost!)
“Bamboo” — diannepajer
Busby Cabinets
13 Reviews
Naples
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share a view of the fireplace that provides more detail on the fireplace design?
What type of stone was used in making this fire place and who designed and built it? It is absolutley STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Orlando, they were the interior designers of this project. .../
I'm sorry but we do not have that info. Please try the interior designer (Montanna and Associates)
not have this info, but you may contact Montana and Associates (the interior design firm on the project). You can visit their website at .../
tel: 407.339.7444 fax: 407.622.0506) for this info. They were the interior design firm that handled this beautiful project.
“wood” — Ripper Nubbin
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks14,333
Questions6
reeds. The space is flooded with natural light from the new skylight above. Design Team: Tracy Stone, Donatella Cusma', Sherry Cefali Engineer: Dave Cefali
Plants Introducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted
having the florist pinch-hit if you're all thumbs when it comes to floral design).
The surface textures in this spalike outdoor shower area make it so very special. According to the designer: "The shower now
hyemale) — a nice, textural touch. More:Using Lines in Garden DesignUsing Rhythm in Garden Design
Secret: PlantsIntroducing a touch of living greenery infuses a Japanese-style interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted
“plaster” — Jill Jordan
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