73 italian furniture traditional Asian Home Design Photos

Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks10,602
Questions7
pinea or Italian Stone Pine. This pine is over 40 years old and has been bonsai trained into a multi trunk character. Normally, this tree might be over 50' tall if not for the past pruning.
use of traditional plants like Liriope and Crape Myrtle in this Japanese style. Undefined gravel path and great placement of moss boulders add dimension.
“uplighting” — kristenbean
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks3,081
Questions7
Nakashima furniture or wall unit, black/rice paper sliding doors
Knoll furniture company began distributing Pennsylvania craftsman George Nakashima’s polished cherrywood tables and softly geometric chairs. Nakashima’s furniture (like the side table and chair shown here) was museum quality, but he refused to treat it as precious. “A certain amount of scratching and
‘antique’ furniture in record time. To me, there is nothing quite so uninteresting as a shining, perfectly smooth surface that looks as though it has never been used.”Nakashima's daughter, Mira, explained how wabi-sabi influenced him (and continues to guide the work of his studio following his death) in
“suspended credenza - sliding doors especially good” — madametombo
Adi Tatarko
kim kitchen 3
Ideabooks2,855
Questions9
traditional furniture as cabinets
Integrating traditional Korean cabnitery
exquisite furniture!
color furniture
“Woodwok” — Poysha Infratech pvt Ltd
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Sheree Stuart Design
8 Reviews
Guest Bedroom - Toronto residence
Ideabooks742
Questions1
Combination of Western and Eastern traditional
Color Traditional decor
White Furniture layout
furniture arrangement
and dark furniture
“Guest” — ohcarams
Carolyn Wesling
Wesling Construction
Ideabooks26,210
Questions8
of a traditional landscape — a paver path, large planters and an arbor leading to a seating area — get a modern take in this design. The pavers are set in a geometric grid rather than a wandering path, which gives a patiolike feeling to this narrow space. Other nontraditional features include the heavy
nod to traditional terra-cotta pots, and the pillars of the same material that tie the wood arbor they're supporting into the rest of the space.
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 dramatic concrete cubes, give this space a distinct point of view
“plants” — ingramsd1
Adi Tatarko
kim kitchen 4
Ideabooks1,703
Questions5
look like furniture - kilim rug and stainless steel industrial eclectic!
furniture appearance of lowers
cabinets: dark traditional feel
are a traditional detail.
“Design and colour of woodwork” — Poysha Infratech pvt Ltd
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
3 Reviews
Chinese inspired bedroom
Ideabooks8,476
Questions2
screens, a traditional element of Japanese architecture, are made from translucent paper (or in the modern world, glass or plastic) anchored by a grid of natural wood. Because space in Asian homes tends to be at a premium, shoji screens often slide open and closed rather than swinging out. East meets West:
them with furniture or accessories — you'll block the light that filters through and mar their austere beauty.
screens, a traditional element of Japanese architecture, are made from translucent paper (or in the modern world, glass or plastic) anchored by a grid of natural wood. Because space in Asian homes tends to be at a premium, shoji screens often slide open and closed rather than swinging out. East meets West:
“Japanese walls” — gatorr7
Grace Blu Designs, Inc.
16 Reviews
Carlsbad Dining Room
Ideabooks1,136
Questions9
Bassett Furniture. Sorry, we don't have the exact dimensions. I believe it is 39" w x 84" l though. Best of Luck, Grace Blu Designs, Inc. www.graceblu.com 714-549-7770
merge my traditional items with Asian. I will try to find someone to make these beautiful panels. What type of sticks are in the corner vase?
“wall panel” — wyattruth
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