16 priming bare wood Asian Home Design Photos

Richard Landon Design
11 Reviews
Mid-Century Asian
Ideabooks814
Questions1
The organic bare branch arrangement gives this otherwise straight line design some eye catching contrast.
floor tile being tied into the island walls and the raised counter top with a natural slab of wood is perfect.
Wood eating bar! I need to make excessive rm eating area, pony wall and wood slab across top of wall. I don't want to lose view..... Eat looking out to coulee....
good use of wood on countertop, good blend with kitchen beyond
Use of wood in its natural state
“Smoked doors & the rough wood counter” — motherphoenyx
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,637
Questions8
Can you please tell me about this pic. Is it laminate, real wood? What kind of wood is shown? Stained? Natural? Anything you can share with me would be helpful. Thanks
wood / tile combo, very monochrome, but enough contrast to be good. Rich wood and light tile.
for those who like light wood
Flush everything, barely visible hardware
tile and wood separation, brown
Wood and tile floors
Wood color...wood at kitchen...wood cabinets...Light Wood
“do you like this cabinet color mom?” — mayumijung
Architectural Design & Construction
4 Reviews
Makena Residence
Ideabooks6,396
Questions13
I wish to know what color is in the walls, i have a similar hard wood flooring, and really like the color combination. I have struggled to find the correct color to combine with my floors. Thanks! PS, floors are brand new and the room I'm trying to redesign is my bedroom.
So small and barely something you notice.
wood trim doors & baseboards, like dark wood trim work
framings / molding that look like wood
The warm lighting , balance of wood furniture .
“I want an Asian themed bedroom!” — Amanda Schumacher
Entasis Group
1 Review
The Evergreen House
Ideabooks4,249
Questions0
You can barely see the door here, but looks like it has a vertical series of relatively small glass panels. Something like this might work.
intricate layers, levels. Mixed wood, stone, concrete.
284. single story contemporary stone and wood exterior
composition, but would use a cooler wood colour.
color scheme lighter wood and mushroom
“Clean lines” — Jayne Smoley Melt Glassworks
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Kitchen, Tribecca Loft, New York City
Ideabooks815
Questions1
The colour of the wood floors. Like how the colours of the bottles
lighting secondary bare bulbs
White & wood screens
narrow wood floors...Wood floors...wood flooring
“Clearstory windows” — doorahh1995
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks9,854
Questions7
This wood be nice for the right side of back yard
them right-sized for the garden. Pines can be challenging to keep small in the garden, because they don't respond well to regenerative pruning to bare wood, as many other species do. So once a pine has grown enough to fill in a space, gardeners use a technique called candle pruning to keep pines petite
“use of rock in garden” — sbrandy
CARL BALTON & ASSOCIATES
13 Reviews
Larchmont
Ideabooks8,899
Questions9
bamboo to soften wall and sleek looking wood
ARBOURS10. Build a focal pointArbours are often planted with climbers and suit traditional gardens but this contemporary example has been left bare of vegetation to show off its lovely structure. Arbours are usually smaller than pergolas and placed out in the garden as a quiet place to enjoy the view
“Patiotecho” — karenyrenato
Modern Landscape
Ideabooks4,290
Questions3
twigs and smaller wood pieces detract from a plant's form — and it's easy to tell those from the live wood right now. When you're finished, rake up excess debris, leaves and other litter from planting areas and the lawn. An ordered space is more relaxing, and a garden may be the prime spot for personal
before the construction is complete, leaving them stuck. If you're going to have disagreements, do it privately. Why should the guy installing your wood floor have a better idea about what is going on in your relationship than your closest friends?
“where could I do this?” — atomicbob
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