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19. Screened styleWe bet you can guess which Asian culture is the inspiration behind this bold bathroom design. The black geometric, Oriental-style screen is by far the most obvious clue (take note of how the pattern continues along
Japanese style bathroom
like the Asian style
colour and style...Oriental style
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
japanese style dining table with mat floor, live edge table, mat roof grid with acoustic
Love the floor style seating area with under table foot space for traditional sitting.
Japanese style dining room idea
The Japanese styled dining room!
Japanese style...korean style...Seating style
Josh Blumer :: AB design studio, inc.
The Asian style bath and the warmth
“Asian style” is a broad term and can mean different things to different people in different regions. For example, Asian style in Australia is less formal and has more roots in places like Bali, Indonesia and Thailand. In places like California, Asian style is much more influenced by the Japanese culture
culture and aesthetic. What you’ll commonly find across most Asian styles is a respect for tradition, ceremony, peace and relaxation.Separate water closet. “From spas, people have seen how bathing has been formalized and expanded to luxuriating in a tub that’s separate from where you brush your teeth,”
” says Josh Blumer, an architect and a designer who’s traveled throughout Asia and added the style to many of his clients’ homes in Southern California, including the one seen here. “The Japanese, for example, have had that as part of their culture for a long time. Bathing and cleaning happen separately
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
Balinese Influenced Kitchen
anyone else’s.” This was the client’s request to the designer. Influenced by the style of Bali and the client’s own design sense, the new style was dubbed “Julinese” (her name is Julie). In keeping with the Balinese style, bold design elements were chosen – 6” pyramidal columns stained with a deep java
The electrical outlets are housed in these columns. Further supporting the Balinese theme, the ceiling over the island was raised in a pyramid style – evoking an outdoor feel. Kable lighting illuminates the kitchen. Topping the cabinets along the walls and the window sill are dark grey 3” thick
Interesting, unique Bali style pyramidal columns
Asian style, Bar elevated from countertop/chef's station (imagine bar being entire length of countertop, though) (great way to add more counter space for both chef
Mark Brand Architecture
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Kitchen
Hi Carli. I just responded to your other similar question, but I will answer here as well. The hinges are probably Blum European style or something similar. With regard to bumping into the hood, I think we attached clear plastic bumpers to the sides of the hood. Also, my clients are
This galley kitchen leads out to a tranquil Japanese-style garden. The olive drab glass backsplash works well with the light maple cabinets.
love the style and the sauna
Sauna and soaking tub asian style, clean lines and simple.
traditional wooden box-style ofuro. This bathroom is a real-deal personal spa, complete with sauna.
14. Tub timeA bathroom redesign is the perfect time to really think about what you want out of your space. This personalised sanctuary includes a wooden sauna and Japanese-style soaking tub creating
creating an oasis tailored to the owner’s style and needs.
3. If submerging yourself in hot water is for you, then a soaking tub might be just the thing. You can get a beautiful Japanese-style one like this made from wood.
This is one of my favorite examples of adding Japanese style to your home. It's a bathroom that has a traditional wooden sauna and spa built into it. What an oasis!
kim kitchen 3
Kilims often get lumped in with their Oriental and Persian cousins, but they have a distinct history and style of their own. In technical terms, the main difference is the weaving method: Carpets have separately knotted strands bound by wefts to form the pile
different kitchen style
Cabinet style (if not form)
Asian style separates (cabinets)
Japanese Style...style of cabinets
Webber + Studio, Architects
exterior siding is more Balinese in style.
In Austin Texas, this home by Weber + Studio Architects blends the common regional modern elements of limestone and a metal roof with touches borrowed from Balinese architecture, like the dark siding and pavilion style.
tiles are common elements in Austin architecture, whereas the dark exterior panelling is more Balinese in style.
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