17 philosophy Asian Home Design Photos

Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
Japanese Journey
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Explore a philosophy. interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. your garden to tell a story rather than just decorate a yard. tactile by nature. ... The simplicity of shapes, the monochromatic planting scheme and the crunch of gravel
Interject your own philosophy or spirituality
'begin to look for ways to interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. By doing
Explore a philosophy. If you subscribe to the idea, as I do, that a garden should be an extension of its owner, begin to look for ways to interject your personality and life philosophy into your space. By doing this, you enable your garden to tell a story rather than just decorate a yard. In my mind
“Rock (for end of path near yucca)” — campbellmec
Decorative Philosophy
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Egbert Street Garden
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guards the zinnia patch outside the studio. Love the different shades of white played against the colors of the zinnias. Karen La Du for Decorative Philosophy
Decorative Philosophy
“Budha” — ub37604
Interior Design Philosophy
Haiku
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Interior Design Philosophy
“Perfect” — dradjenks
Interior Design Philosophy
Haiku
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Interior Design Philosophy
“asian” — hjzhuang
Interior Design Philosophy
Haiku
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Interior Design Philosophy
“front” — memrink
Interior Design Philosophy
Haiku
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Interior Design Philosophy
“Interesting mirror and color choice” — jonesdc60
Interior Design Philosophy
Fireplace
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Interior Design Philosophy
“Chair” — abrahamrenko
Interior Design Philosophy
Haiku
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Interior Design Philosophy
“A” — Battsengel Amarsaikhan
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