2,055 natural curtain Asian Home Design Photos

Josh Blumer :: AB design studio, inc.
1 Review
Spa Residence
Ideabooks2,827
Questions3
hillside enclave | spa inspired living spaces. coy ponds | classic wood barrel soaking tub | coastal views. natural warm materials | re-use of antique balinese wood panel. Photography ©Ciro Coelho/ArchitecturalPhoto.com
Neutral colors. Earth tones are most common, but when color is introduced it has an intense, natural energy to it. Think a fiery orange, like the sun, as seen here in another shot from Blumer’s bathroom design. Built-by-hand quality. Vanities and bathtubs that look like pieces of furniture are common
“Wall lights” — Dino Orig
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Catherine Monaghan
Lemon Heights, Ca. Guest Bath
Ideabooks4,508
Questions4
South Seas–Style ProductsWallpapers, like woven woods, can mimic natural materials. This house in California has natural wall coverings by Schumacher. The pebbles veer more Asian, but the contrast is nice.
Natural elements
“Pebble wall toilet” — dcdenizen
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks3,425
Questions4
All the wood. The beautiful natural light and open setting.
The open bathroom lets in more natural light.
natural materials - bath
“Bathrom” — roundheadgirl
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,828
Questions22
It looks like travertine. In saying that, the lighting is very warm and it could definitely be a number of different natural stones. In any case, travertine would look very similar to this. I hope this helps. Steve
There is something spa-like about a space that features a big natural element made of wood or reminiscent of stone. Light paint and a large harmonious sculpture turns this room into a retreat.
“Bath celadon” — dcdenizen
Leicht Küchen AG
5 Reviews
Residential building | Keng-Fu Lo | Taiwan
Ideabooks343
Questions0
Natural light and a beautiful yet private view
some bathrooms, this room feels airy and inviting thanks to the addition of a cool white bath and a floor-to-ceiling window that floods the area with natural light. The sheer size of the room helps, too.See more of this Asian-style home
“Bathroom” — jchoong
SD Independent Construction
2 Reviews
Japanese Garden Deck
Ideabooks8,000
Questions3
you’re willing to maintain it, wood decking is beautiful, especially up close. Shown here is an ipe deck, which is a Brazilian hardwood known for its natural durability and for being weatherproof. Jellema says the price of ipe has risen dramatically in previous years due to demand. It’s now about the same
Shown here is an ipe deck, which is a Brazilian hardwood known for its natural durability and for being weatherproof. Jellema says the price of ipe has risen dramatically in previous years due to demand. It’s now about the same
you’re willing to maintain it, wood decking is beautiful, especially up close. Shown here is an ipe deck, which is a Brazilian hardwood known for its natural durability and for being weatherproof. Jellema says the price of ipe has risen dramatically in previous years due to demand. It’s now about the same
“Comp deck” — celesteatterton
Garden Mentors
1 Review
A little piece of Asia
Ideabooks25,848
Questions9
Creating a natural, overgrown look is the goal here—instead of clearing stones and leveling mounds, allow your plants to grow over and around these, as they would in the wild. Using local plant species will enhance the natural feel of the garden, so long as you only minimally alter the natural growth of
“Moss” — adearman
jonathan craggs garden design
Asian inspired contemporary garden
Ideabooks2,105
Questions4
color combination is awesome .It encourages property owners to plant trees as well as maintain their landscaping. You can give your backyard the natural feeling by planting a few trees on its perimeters. Nice share.
Natural look and stepping stones at bottom -- looks very nice
Natural Stone Pavers
“Steps” — nana49lc
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