178 paul moon design Asian Home Design Photos

Rock Paper Hammer
15 Reviews
Zen Entry Garden
Ideabooks309
Questions0
moon gate and sculpture for my Japanese garden
Simplicity of design
moon gate...Moon entrance...moon gate
“Round entrance” — pianos88keys
McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
1 Review
Darnestown Project
Ideabooks2,042
Questions1
pavilion and moon gate.
Landscape Design, Inc.
moon gate
“étang” — elisedubuc
Paul Lafrance Design
1 Review
The Zen Deck
Ideabooks76
Questions0
Designed by Paul Lafrance and built on HGTV's "Decked Out" episode, "The Zen Deck".
Paul Lafrance Design
“Love the colors.” — 4gamma
SoYoung Mack Design, Assoc. AIA
20 Reviews
San Francisco Forest Hill Remodel
Ideabooks86
Questions1
Tansu Designs in San Francisco. Kimono is made of folded, stained coffee filters. Tansu is a great resource. Thanks for inquiring.
kimono art. Paul Dyer Photography
Galbraith and Paul fabric shams
inspired design...contemporary design...Interior Designer
“hanging lamps” — yorusalem
McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
1 Review
Darnestown Project
Ideabooks2,273
Questions2
Landscape Design, Inc.
telephone pole design in backyard
Asian design entrance
moon gate...Unique design
“Trellis to by patio entrance to the condo” — Hansa Boneta
BLADE Landscape Design
Rochedale 01/QLD
Ideabooks78
Questions0
Landscape Design
wall with moon window
“Very zen...” — bowkl
Jay Sifford Garden Design
6 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks574
Questions0
so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in concrete backer board. I wanted to simulate a granite mountain plateau with a boulder peak. The client purchased the concrete lantern which perfectly complements the entrance to this woodland garden. Photo by Jay Sifford
zigzag design, plus the lantern and boulder clearly set the theme for this Asian-inspired woodland garden.
We needed a bridge to cross the dry creek bed, so I designed a version of a Japanese yatsuhashi, or zig zag, bridge. It is clad in
Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Create a garden entrance. Every good writer begins by setting the stage in chapter one. Your garden should do the same. A well-designed space always has a starting point. The entrance should set the garden apart from its surroundings, create a theme or mood, and
“staggering pathway along fence” — Jeljer Visser
Synergy Building Corp.
1 Review
Synergy Building Projects
Ideabooks392
Questions0
there's a moon gate in the distance too!
I like the design koi pond very great idea
“Pond” — Tait Wayland
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