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Amelie de Gaulle Interiors
5 Reviews
Downtown penthouse
Ideabooks44,469
Questions24
BEAUTIFUL space!! You write that the tub filler is from Kohler. What model or collection? I live in a remote mountain community and must shop online for everything
@vkologi @paakhi , Seriously? Since When? Take your religious discussions elsewhere. Really like the space, very calm and soothing colors and the fixtures too blended in quite beautifully. The 'Idol of Krishna' fit well. If I'm right the bronze vessel next to has some flowers in it? A bigger vessel would
would be really cool. I hope you have some in-ceiling or in-wall speakers to really enjoy the space three dimensionally. I can spend a whole day here :) Great work !!
Amelie, love this design. Very unique, do you have any other pictures of this room including where toilet space and door slides show?
“Wow!” — neisha7474
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks4,652
Questions7
I am trying to create zen inspired space and searching for shades of white that work. I really like the natural feeling created by the wall color.
Best to choose your white with several paint samples on the wall in your own space. This room is drenched in light all morning and then with indirect light for the remainder of the day. Your own space could read the same color as too beige or too yellow or too grey. Cream Cheese Frosting KMW22
Nature inspired and good source of natural light from above that can shine throughout the space instead of using a great deal of space in the middle of the wall
celestory windows let nature and light in and still preserve wall space for display and usage.
dining area lets in light, while the roof's deep overhang shields the space from exposure to the hot Texas sun.
“тумба-куб” — navitor
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,403
Questions7
really nice the space under the table to put your legs, but still gives the whole feel & look of sitting on cushions to eat as in Asia
easy to turn space into other usage. simple effective
the open space beneath the table is for your feet to dangle
Because square footage comes at a premium, the Japanese are adept at creating flexible spaces. Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way possible.
Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or open space. These screens also diffuse light in the softest way
“love the sunken floor” — Tigre Pickett
Webber + Studio, Architects
8 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks6,217
Questions5
You can introduce the outdoors through materials too. If you have trees in your view, consider finishing your space with natural wood.
“I love wood but this not sitting completely with me. I think for me there is too much business in t” — chrisdewar
Oregon Cottage Company
Tiny Tea House
Ideabooks2,249
Questions2
Makes effective use of space, while not being overly wasteful in the space that it has.
grew up in Japan, wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she can meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller split the space into a private bathroom and an open kitchen and tea ceremony room with a lofted sleeping space. The kitchen sits between the bathroom and the tearoom, which
Gorgeous woodwork, what a design for a tiny space!
grew up in Japan, wanted her home to be a soothing, quiet space where she can meditate and host traditional tea ceremonies. Miller split the space into a private bathroom and an open kitchen and tea ceremony room with a lofted sleeping space. The kitchen sits between the bathroom and the tearoom, which
“Small home” — Jan Meyer
Mark Brand Architecture
7 Reviews
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Living Room
Ideabooks4,521
Questions5
the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
This living room I chose for the design element; space. This living room is very spacious and the light colored walls even
A more directly Asian-inspired precedent can be found in this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the
Fascinating idea....maybe one for the playroom so chairs don't clutter up the open space.
precedent can be found in this dining table that lifts from the floor. People then sit on the floor and place their legs in the space below the table; sometimes this space is heated to warm the body in colder months.
“tv console” — pafidel
BAYBERRY NURSERIES
5 Reviews
The Details - Contemporary
Ideabooks2,145
Questions3
Negative Space The use of negative space, in both landscapes and visual arts (like painting or sculpture), is a common design strategy. This is an area void of very much
Negative Space The use of negative space, in both landscapes and visual arts (like painting or sculpture), is a common design strategy. This is an area void of very much, if any
THE FALL. 4 Elements of a Stunning Fall Garden Negative Space The use of negative space, in both landscapes and visual arts (like painting or sculpture), is a common design strategy. This is an area void of very much, if any, plant material; a place where the eye and body can take a break from the relative
Negative SpaceThe use of negative space, in both landscapes and visual arts (like painting or sculpture), is a common design strategy. This is an area void of very much, if any, plant material; a place where the eye and body can take a break from the relative noise of flowers and leaves. Here you can
“Japanese Maple” — grrreattt
Artistic Design And Remodeling
4 Reviews
Asian Feeling
Ideabooks4,393
Questions2
P1 - Steps to differentiate the space
It is a space for contemplation, and I love the quiet.
Nice spacing and view.
space and wooden floor
Open space...living space...Warm space
“Teak” — Nicola Enderle
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