Houzz is the new way to design your home.
1,721 Asian Living Room Design Photos
Popular in Living Room
accent wall built in bookcase cathedral ceiling chandelier coffered ceiling couch entertainment center exposed beams fireplace fireplace mantel french doors half wall high ceiling library open layout ottoman rug sconces small living room stairs stone fireplace tray ceiling TV wainscoting wall mount TV wallpaper window treatments windows
Seattle & Eastside Premiere General Contractor
Best of Houzz 2014
Best of Houzz 2014
As a built green member, Proform Construction maintains a strong environmental aspect to our projects, designs, and building materials.
Carlsen & Frank Architects
Edina Addition & Remodeling
Hearthone Photo & Video
MusaDesign Interior Design
The project involved interior and exterior renovation of a three story house on top of Queen Anne hill. The goal was to create a comfortable and relaxed environment for living, highlighting the owner’s collection of fossils and glass art. Each area of the house was given the unique character yet all three levels of the house were connected in style.
Residence at Paiko Ridge
The layered lighting system, Brazilian teak flooring and select designer furniture set the mood and serve to enhance and encompass the inherent natural elegance this 45-year old dwelling affords. The warm colors and strategic placement of mirrors bring the stunning ocean vista inside wrapping the occupants in a modern yet natural ambiance.
Capitol Hill Row House
C.M. Glover Photography © 2013 Houzz
Hammer & Hand
Sacred Space New Home & Clinic
Designed by renowned architect and 'sacred geometer' David Yarbrough, this sacred space in Corbett, Oregon combines three functions under one roof: a Chinese medicine healing arts center, a community center, and a 1400 SF new home. An earth plaster, cedar chip, clay slip, natural wood slat wall system combines traditional construction techniques with energy efficiency to create...More
Colorado Master Builders
This home, located in the rolling scrub oak foothills of the Rocky Mountains, has its roots based in traditional Japanese architecture. Modified and adapted for the owner’s lifestyle, its influences draw upon the great traditions of Japanese woodwork and joinery. The central main space of the home has a wide open floor plan. This space and others in the house can be easily a...More