2,691 soothing space Asian Home Design Photos

Jack 'N Tool Box, Inc.
Dover Vista
Ideabooks1,336
Questions0
Drawers, could be open spaces instead
Love how they used the space under stairs
The clever usage of space
love utilizing ALL space
Lots of storage space
space saver...clever use of space...Good use of space...use of stair space
“storage in stairs” — Sarah Elizabeth
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Right Arm Construction
17 Reviews
Japanese Bath House Inspired Bathroom
Ideabooks3,595
Questions6
to the space. Would be too claustrophobic otherwise.
Love door! Space saving: but would carve storage into wall space behind
Barn door to save space in small master bath
architect to find natural materials that would convey that. They looked at photos and did some research and came up with the idea of wrapping the entire space in wood salvaged from a river dock. “We weren’t thinking, ‘Oh, we’re going to build a Japanese bath,’” Cuozzo says. “But we started working, and that
“wood” — linda105
ANA Interiors
3 Reviews
Yoga Room
Ideabooks3,919
Questions6
Hi Nicole, hope you'll enjoy the serene spa feeling of Benjamin Moore's Crystalline AF - 485 in your space too.
serene spa feeling of Benjamin Moore's Crystalline AF - 485 in your space too.
one can always dream of having THAT much space........
like BAR!! And Space for a TV
Fantastic use of a smaller space. The shelves are great for putting an iPod dock & different workout accessories/tools. The barre and full-length mirror are wonderful.
Without a teacher to guide you, it’s sometimes hard to tell if you are positioned correctly. Placing a mirror in your yoga space can really help you to see what you are doing, particularly with Iyengar yoga. This style of yoga is very meticulous and focuses on finding the proper
“of Benjamin Moore's Crystalline AF - 485” — hmevans
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,127
Questions2
How much space do you need for a labrinth?
Nice - I'm looking to add a labyrinth in my space - a good
Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
shed and rainwater tank, not the maze, uses too much valuable space
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
10. Plan a maze. Looking for something completely different? Add a meditative element with your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
“Love these rocks, in window bays? Elsewhere?” — melanieclarke5e
Artistic Design And Remodeling
4 Reviews
Asian Feeling
Ideabooks4,103
Questions2
P1 - Steps to differentiate the space
It is a space for contemplation, and I love the quiet.
The wooden floors, open space, all of it
I would like this for an attic space
living space...Warm space...Open space
“Flooring” — dvsr
Woodson & Rummerfield's House of Design
4 Reviews
Beverly Hills Estate
Ideabooks2,407
Questions0
Love the feel of this divine space. Thank you.
Moroccan inspired outdoor space
WHAT A AWESOME SPACE!
Outdoor Meditation Space
morrocan outdoor space..
outside space...Meditation Space
“Lounge oriente” — dragon1602
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Koolau Retreat
Ideabooks10,633
Questions5
makes you feel like you shouldn't touch anything. Maybe it's the little island twist or something else in your secret sauce but whatever it is, your spaces seem very inviting. Nice work!
Unsure about maze like set up but lots of storage and work space
economical with space; kitchen bar leading into kitchen
lighted display spaces in walls; TV in wall
wood, simplicity, lighting, wall that divides kitchen to living area, somewhat like my space
The simplicity of this space allows for a flow between stations while retaining simplicity. The limited palette and use of uniform wood finish keeps a calm continuity throughout.
“Clean, natural, serene” — abocchetti
Design A
Tea Room
Ideabooks6,893
Questions1
Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility, stillness, solitude and calm are the goal.
japanese. space more important than objects
The light, the space the wood, the simplicity
The minimalistic aesthetic reigns in traditional Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility, stillness, solitude and calm are the goal.
The minimalistic aesthetic reigns in traditional Japanese homes, where space is valued as much as decoration, and where tranquility, stillness, solitude and calm are the goal.
“Wood, lighting, door” — texzen
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