15 low maintenance plant Asian Living Design Photos

Olga Adler
14 Reviews
Global Chic
Indoor trees are pretty low maintenance - and I love the way this green works with the red.
house plant
“BM Powder puff. paint...” — peppyann
Peter Vincent Architects
Diamond Head Renovation
Another basic room as far as furniture but plants, red colored
Floor to ceiling print lowers the low ceiling even more
Red accents, furniture positioning,plant
Bamboo plant...Plants, colo...indoor potted plant
“The layout; the coffee table” — dldhome
EcoNest Architecture Inc
2 Reviews
Little EcoNest, Santa Fe NM
Relaxing ,low maintenance
“Exposed wood and ceiling” — ricetech
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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den into japanese tea room
Great idea to use brick. Is there a liner to hold the stones? What kind of bamboo is that, and what are the other plants? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Beautiful room.
thank you....plants are fake (silkflowers.com).... Paver bricks (bought at Lowes) are holding the stones back. Under the garden are rubber floor tiles (like what you would find in a gym) - 1/2 inch thick...left over from my gym, but easy to find. Also I put a plastic barrier (plastic bag type) under
and Decor: Walls and Doors: Floors: Also in basement ideabook and sunroom and A-General Decorating and Maintenance ideabooks.) I like this rug and love the oriental elements (wood, stone, rocks, plants). With a waterfall, this wold really loan itself to meditation; however, might not be enough room in
“weopen rack” — colin75
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Hualalai Serenity
I like the arrangement, quiet colors, natural wood, plants and light rug
Colors like or living room, and plant
Using neutrals, natural plants and Asian accessories for an Asian design concept
low profile couch without arms makes room feel more spacious
Plant arrangement
“Coconutgrove” — tatoon
Willman Interiors / Gina Willman, ASID
11 Reviews
Kuikawa 4
where can I buy this awesome low armed daybed? I am in Chicago area
I love when the opposite couch is a chaise! I like an expansive, useful coffee table, with low profile. The HUTTON at Room and Board has a full back and half back--that
eclectic use of chairs around low coffee table
This straight lined and low armed piece provides seating in a contemporary Asian living room. Tip: Backless daysbeds do not take up much visual space, so they are an excellent
This straight lined and low armed piece provides seating in a contemporary Asian living room. Tip: Backless daysbeds do not take up much visual space, so they are an excellent
“colors” — Kavita Sarda
Feinmann, Inc.
16 Reviews
Asian Inspiration
connection with the outdoors. While this bonsai does look stunning here, bonsai made from conifers such as pine and cypress are not recommended as house plants and will very likely not live for long. If you are planning on growing your bonsai inside, you may want to consider a tropical variety such as a cherry
brought into the home for only a few days at a time for enjoyment, and are raised primarily outdoors where the conditions suit the intrinsic needs of the plant. Wondering what kind of bonsai will be appropriate for the climate in which you live? Choose a species that grows to full size in your area.
“Doors, color scheme, futon etc.” — Su Su Maung
Ashford Associates
2 Reviews
Ashford Associates
I like the setup as a living room space...especially the couch/futon/whatever and the table. I want to find something in that same low-to-the-ground, casual style for the living room.
Low chair ... Read notes..meditation room
wooden walls. half soji & half plants view.
tatami mats, low seats
“Mood” — jkvitka
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