1,500 organic materials Asian Home Design Photos

LisaLeo designs
16 Reviews
LisaLeo designs
Ideabooks3,519
Questions6
What material was used for the kitchen counters and work surface?
What is the material for the kitchen cabinets
Organic materials. Surfaces with a connection to the earth feel most at home in Asian-style kitchens. Consider woods, subdued stone or even butcher block. More contemporary materials, such as concrete or glass, have a place here as well, but
Add to ideabook by LisaLeo designs Organic materials. Surfaces with a connection to the earth feel most at home in Asian-style kitchens. Consider woods, subdued stone or even butcher block. More contemporary materials, such as concrete or glass, have a place here as well, but
Organic materials. Surfaces with a connection to the earth feel most at home in Asian-style kitchens. Consider woods, subdued stone or even butcher block. More contemporary materials, such as concrete or glass, have a place here as well, but be sure to balance them with natural ones so that the kitchen
“Island design” — peggiei
Entasis Group
1 Review
The Evergreen House
Ideabooks6,432
Questions3
I like the organic material and japanese monolith feel.
Nice ext. Like the organic feel and japanese monolith ideA
Different levels to roof and materials although a little too much timber and colour of wood too orange. Like the shape though and the concept is good
I like the mix of materials for the exterior
“colour” — robertmt
James Lambrou
Camberwell Grove Japanese Inspired Ensuite
Ideabooks1,680
Questions5
6. Create a down-to-earth bathroomThe focus of a zen bathroom design is to bring it as close to nature as possible. Natural and organic materials, such as wood, bamboo and natural fibres, should feature in most rooms of the home but especially in the bathroom.
nice choices for materials simple elegant
“Wall Color is Thornton Sage by Benjamin Moore.” — lynzjovero
Artistic Glass Innovations
“organic material” — cherylrudy
Goodman Landscape Design
Goodman Landscape Design
Ideabooks312
Questions0
semi-circular deck, large stones, raw organic materials
“roof” — lizbeachbum4
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,658
Questions6
This material is waterproof when applied
interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than a bounty of colorful blooms. East meets West: Want to venture beyond
interior with vitality. Choose traditional plants such as bonsai and bamboo, potted in sleek, minimalist containers made of wood, stone or another organic substance. Keep the palette focused — green foliage is more appropriate than a bounty of colorful blooms.East meets West: Want to venture beyond classic
“Shower glass” — assetimprovements
Nassau Design Build
Zen bathroom
Ideabooks429
Questions0
bathroom a natural, unique feel. Each individual tile in the shower was custom cut and polished for a more organic grout pattern, the split face travertine on the pedestals and backsplashes create an organic texture.
Bath set (tub platform and vanity) The desire to use eco-friendly materials led to the choice of bamboo for this Asian inspired bath. The heavy tops and leg elements were fabricated from engineered bamboo panels and the lighter textural elements were created by inserting bamboo strips into a finished
create a comfortable setting that would bring the peace of nature inside. Pocket doors open the bathroom to the scenic view of the estate, and natural materials were used to compliment the large 3x5 ft. frameless glass shower, and the big two-person oval hot tub. Light enters the bathroom through three windows;
“Wood” — Parvu Catalin
Richard Landon Design
11 Reviews
Mid-Century Asian
Ideabooks795
Questions1
The organic bare branch arrangement gives this otherwise straight line design some eye catching contrast.
organic island...Backsplash Material...Counter Material
“Table top” — planetbindi
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