2,372 pantry inspiration Asian Home Design Photos

Zen ParadiseJames Patrick Walters
pantry door custom design by J.P. Walters Design Associates fabricated by Bain Kitchen Crafters sapele/espresso veneer eco resin thatch panels from 3Form
kitchen door look like pantry?
Love the pantry doors
Beautiful pantry door
Pantry door...Pantry door?...Pantry doors
KITCHENJohn Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
asian inspired kitchen
Gorgeous cabinets & Asian-inspired detailing
true Asian inspired...frig and pantry
MarinPrescott Design Studio, LLC
back splash butlers pantry
Walk in pantry...asian inspired
Lake Butler Custom HomeKeesee and Associates, Inc.
Do we want a window into pantry
This maybe my inspiration for my guest bathroom. What do you think?
Powder room color inspiration
East Meets WestMueller Nicholls Cabinets and Construction
Japanese inspired frosted glass and wood sliding door provides a stunning design element in this contemporary home!
Love this Japanese inspired slidng door that is designed to provide privacy between rooms!
For pantry door
Tiburon home with Asian influenceMahoney Architects & Interiors
These Japanese inspired screens are fantastic.
Cool door or wall idea zen inspired
Shoji screen for pantry?
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked DecorSupon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
inspired by one he'd seen in a
An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand.
Designer Supon Phornirunlit looks for inspiration on his world travels. A Thai hotel lobby's reflecting pool inspired him to lose his high-maintenance plant collection on his deck in Washington, D.C., and replace it with a shallow
What is behind all those curtains in the sitting room? An incredible, 8-inch-deep reflecting pool, inspired by one he'd seen in a hotel lobby in Thailand. "This was once a simple 800-square-foot deck, with 200 to 300 potted plants on it," Phornirunlit explains. "I realized it took about two hours a day
Inspired by a hotel lobby in Thailand, Designer Supon Phornirunlit brought home the idea of a reflecting pool to his home in Washington D.C., furnishing most
Tarrytown HouseWebber + Studio, Architects
Option to add a pantry?
pantry/ storage
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
A more directly Asian-inspired precedent can be found in this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table;
Asian-inspired dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated
Everything about this room reflects the inspiration of Japanese design. The furnishings are simple and sparse. Every item in the room has a purpose. Wood forms the basis of the design. Simple, elegant and totally modern.
A more directly Asian-inspired precedent can be found in this dining table that
Couzzo says. “But we started working, and that is what we felt should inspire us.” Minimal, clean lines and a lack of clutter also drove the project, and pushed the design more in line with Asian style. “Even the carriage door was inspired by sliding Japanese-style rice paper doors,” Couzzo says.
Japanese bathhouse inspired fir walls fured out with hardyboard backer waterproofed over insulated wall.
Cuozzo says. “But we started working, and that is what we felt should inspire us.” Minimal, clean lines and a lack of clutter also drove the project, and pushed the design more in line with Asian style. “Even the carriage door was inspired by sliding Japanese-style rice paper doors,” Cuozzo says.
Thank you for posting, inspired me to redo my bedroom.
instead of teal. I can not live with "purple walls". Maybe in the window treatment. I now have to revise and look for new inspiration. The color scheme plum red and tan, asian inspired. Go figure!
There's something enchantingly modern, yet traditional about this Asian inspired bedroom. China blue walls paired with traditional eastern wall panels, red accents, and gleaming white bedding is like the Qing dynasty brought to
This room shows how well the combination works with Asian-inspired design. The chinoiserie panels and pagoda-shaped lamp base add Far Eastern flavor. Yes, I realize this hue is just a little more peacock than turquoise
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