6,624 metro Chicago Asian Home Design Photos

Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
Roscoe Village Retreat
Ideabooks1,375
Questions2
am in the DC metro area. If you are in this area you can check with Charles Luck for this stone.
I recommend reaching out to a local landscape architect and have them design a patio appropriate for you. I would imagine bluestone to be available in your area. Bluestone in Chicago comes from NY
The stone is bluestone. In the Chicago area it is readily available at landscape supply/garden centers.
“mix of bluestone and rocks, possibly for drainage” — cngski
Hilary Bailes Design
Chicago South Loop Condo
Ideabooks1,027
Questions1
Chicago South Loop Condo
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Chicago condo
“Dark brown wall” — kimvu123
Nora Schneider Interior Design
9 Reviews
Summer Home
Ideabooks5,013
Questions10
purchased @ Jayson Home in Chicago
The hanging sconces are by Fortuny. I bought them at Lightology in Chicago
I purchase it at The Golden Triangle in Chicago
“white ceiling with dark walls” — Stephanie Heinert
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
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Reddington Designs
55 E Erie, Chicago
Ideabooks110
Questions0
55 E Erie, Chicago
“Balance” — jenn854
Terri Weinstein Design, Inc., ASID, IES, MFA
17 Reviews
Interior Designer's own home in the woods
Ideabooks352
Questions0
opposite wall is 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
“The set of 4 pictures” — catslover99
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks142
Questions0
This Hallway doubles as a Cabinet of Curiosities, finished with solid walnut and marquetry panels for which we gilded the frames. It also leads to a hidden elevator. The elevator door is on the left side behind the faux lapis lazuli painted obelisk. Photo by Bill Meyer Photography
“omg. omg.” — sephstorm
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks195
Questions0
Chinoiserie display and reading alcove with built in pull out drawers and side shelving. Bill Meyer Photography
“Oriental altar nook” — Leoalbertus
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks348
Questions0
The Chinoiserie sitting couch. Bill Meyer Photography
“Couch” — wejammi
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