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C&R Remodeling
19 Reviews
Back Yard Studio
C&R Remodeling constructed this studio and home office for Linda Stewart, Interior Designer. Her carefully planned design artfully blends contemporary with Asian influences. Two sets of French doors open to the exquisitly landscaped back yard and patio area. The studio doubles as a family room and has
“Great space for a artiste studio” — naida7200
Christine Suzuki, ASID, LEED AP
2 Reviews
Spa in the Sky
the sconces are from Illuminating Experience, call 'Elf'
HI, Those are from Illuminating Experiences
Christine, I'm in Chicago and planning a bath remodel using a Duravet basin for the sink. If I wanted to contract something with you in the Spring, do you do work from a distance?
“Love tile” — bgjanis
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Media Room for busy couple!
Regarding sliding wood door w/circular glass by Harrell Remodeling, what is the ceiling mechanism on which the door slides? Is it recessed in the ceiling?
Harrell Remodeling
“door open to upstairs.” — Renee Phillips
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Personal Oasis
to the Asian feel. "Pebbles bring a sense of peacefulness and Zen-like calmness to a space," says the designer of this bath, Lisa Sten of Harrell Remodeling in Mountain View, CA.
Harrell Remodeling
“Row of interspersed pebble wall tiles” — jkm01
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
exactly. Originally my client wanted an Ofuro, a Japanese Soaking tub outside. For budgetary reasons, plus the normal editing that goes into a remodeling project. we went with an indoor sunken tub.
Japanese Inspired Remodel - Infinity sink
Ultra trendy remodel, nice basin.
“Shower and sink” — anujadavid
Danenberg Design
7 Reviews
Asian Bath by Danenberg Design - Featured in Gentry Design & other publications
of orchids on the countertop, a few ceramic rice bowls and bamboo reeds collected in a vase. But Danenberg points out that the whole point of the remodel was to reinterpret the Asian motif — and specifically, a Japanese aesthetic — which meant doing away with expected decor additions like chinoiserie
Asian fusionIf you like the calm, minimalist look of Asian bathrooms but want a space that’s unique and has loads of personality, consider experimenting with multiple design styles. This striking bathroom expertly blends Eastern and industrial influences, resulting in a bath zone that’s cutting edge
“color pared” — 8888ivana
Signature Design & Cabinetry LLC
13 Reviews
Leslie Jensen, CMKD
We used this photo as a base for my remodel and it came out absolutely brilliant. I am so happy with the result...we just finished today...yay!!
subject matter for a window is limited only by imagination. This bathroom window is the main attraction while at the same time creating a Zen-like experience.
“Backsplash” — heidigdavis
Kelso Architects
12 Reviews
Hillside House with Japanese Influences
Focus on being. “In my experience, Eastern cultures are more concerned with being,” says Blumer. To accommodate this, a focus on harmony and meditation seems to be present in Asian-style spaces. “The Western world calls it Zen style,” says Faiman. “That originated in Japan. It’s all about simplicity
“Large tile shower” — missdebm
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