51 spiritual Asian Home Design Photos

John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
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Simple spiritual look/lines
simple, spiritual, elegant, minimalist
“You could also do a lighted "door" that would give the illusion of more space” — Room to Breathe Home Organizing & Staging
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
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among spiritual seekers. If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search. Once your labyrinth is in place, walk
among spiritual seekers. If you like the experience, why not make one of your own in the backyard? Use river stones, either collected on walks or purchased from the garden store, and lay out a design — you can find many labyrinth designs with a quick online search. Once your labyrinth is in place, walk
“Stonework” — leomiche
Jeri Koegel Photography
6 Reviews
Strand Beach
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symbolic spiritual artifacts from around the world.
“Nice” — gitikajoshi
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Urban Botanics
Castro Street
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spiritual and peaceful
“SImple, zen and small” — Rick Poppell
James Patrick Walters
3 Reviews
Zen Paradise
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spiritually classic
“cosy color scheme” — lolamlola
Ami Saunders, MLA
5 Reviews
Asian-style Waterfall
Ideabooks6,494
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Spiritual place
“round river rock in pond” — rhondapauli
Eduarda Correa Arquitetura & Interiores
1 Review
Montain Home
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Spiritual haven.
“Lanterns” — glenhb
Love Architecture
Cross House Japan
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place of spiritual repose." (Remember, he wrote the essay in 1933, when a toilet "in a grove fragrant with leaves and moss," as he writes, was more common.) Yet, as the essay continues across its 42 pages, this description can apply to just about everything Tanizaki discusses, if in varying degrees of literal
place of spiritual repose." (Remember, he wrote the essay in 1933, when a toilet "in a grove fragrant with leaves and moss," as he writes, was more common.) Yet, as the essay continues across its 42 pages, this description can apply to just about everything Tanizaki discusses, if in varying degrees of literal
“Barnominium” — tsorkin
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