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used as a lamp shade by putting a bulb into it
maybe a sunroom or a deck
organic travel feel-
Seattle Area Interior Designer
Space-planning, design, color-consultation and kitchen/bath remodels.
Garden Architecture/Robert Trachtenberg
Berkeley home, designed by Albert Dodge Coplin, we had the challenge of designing a garden that delicately blends Japanese and English style vernaculars at the request of the client. All photos by Robert Trachtenberg
a lovely little area that could be tucked into another corner of the back yard. a nice little nook, like a secret garden.
Feel like your in a forest
Doesn't look like a hot tub
This design looks meadow-ish. the grass seems to blend into the edges, like how the grass overflows onto it. I aslo like how you can see the dirt around other edges of the grass, creating a feeling of defined shape. seems playful
can take a dip in, a small deck leaves room for a hot tub. Keeping things geometric and simple in style and materials lends a Japanese garden feel.
Mahoney Architects & Interiors
Tiburon home with Asian influence
you do a baseboard? Did you use tile or wood?
doing a search - and purchasing one to see if you like what you find. If you find one that fits your needs then order the rest. Most iron pulls only run $5-8 each. Good hunting!
this is not a large bathroom, matter
to take a picture! the whole room has tile.
this is a beautiful single guest bath, shows small space can truly hold potential
created a simple contemporary cabinet with round iron finger pulls. More: Browse Asian home design photos Do you have a place for tansu in your home?
A deliberate bathroom can become a spa-like space in which to rejuvenate. A bathroom like this uses a variety of materials and keeps the palette simple
this bath a simple, uncluttered appearance.
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Chinese inspired bedroom
screens, a traditional element of Japanese architecture, are made from translucent paper (or in the modern world, glass or plastic) anchored by a grid of natural wood. Because space in Asian homes tends to be at a premium, shoji screens often slide open and closed rather than swinging out. East meets
room as a whole, also love the shoji screens behind the bed.
judiciously. A combination of shoji and unobscured window is best. Low bed- good when you're young.
Shoji screens as a head board
windows is a great compromise of Western and Asian and would be easy for us to do in our house.
screens as a semi-headboard - also a great option.
Freestanding shoji screens create a soothing backdrop and eliminate the need for a headboard in this cozy bedroom.
Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
Building such a small home required fewer materials, of course, reducing expenses and waste. The energy bills average $20 per month.
space into a private bathroom and an open kitchen and tea ceremony room with a lofted sleeping space. The kitchen sits between the bathroom and the tearoom, which allowed him to stack functions and reduce plumbing costs.
wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she can meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller split the space into a private bathroom and an open kitchen and tea ceremony room with a lofted sleeping space. The kitchen sits between the bathroom and the tearoom, which allowed him to stack
with a 5-foot red oak counter, a double burner and on-demand hot water. The compact kitchen leaves just enough room for a dining table on the opposite wall.
Teri Fotheringham Photography
31 Albion Place
a jacuzzi instead of a fountain
I like the organic shapes of the temple as well as the peacefulness that the water and trees
Richard Landon Design
glass with a yarn-like texture. The textures continue into the backsplash with the 1"-square mosaic tile. The copper drops are randomly distributed throughout it, just slightly more concentrated behind the cooktop. The Thermador hood pulls out when in use. The crown molding was milled to follow the angle
J.S. Brown & Co.
Powder Room 1
isn't a green price tag on the faucets, just the sink itself. Do you know the brand of wall faucets? Thank you so much.
is an organic egg shape in bronze. It's very heavy! The size is approximately 6 x 17 x 11.625".
Parker, a local distributor. - J.S. Brown & Co.
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