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Richard Landon Design
12 Reviews
Richard Landon, CMKBD, Professional NWSID
Ideabooks1,652
Questions3
By using multiple textures, the overwhelming wall of brick was softened and integrated into the space. Note the live edge on the slab of elm, the yarn-like
PaperStone counter (through oversized holes to allow for expansion/contraction), using washers to spread out the stress. Another lag bolt ran through the post into
I used Wilsonart's "Crystalline Iris" which is one of their Hi-Definition
The use of wood in its natural state....cool use of a wood island
“Color scheme” — mfivash
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Amy Lau Design
6 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks11,261
Questions11
would like to make this kind of circle for my home what materials did you use.
silk suzani wall hanging, Suzani is a best oriental decoration. It can be used as wall hanging, bed cover or table cloth. you can find them, ...
silk suzani wall hanging, Suzani is a best oriental decoration. It can be used as wall hanging, bed cover or table cloth.
Colors used as have similar color of old brick in our master bedroom
Brick wall as an accent. Can be used for the empty hallway wall?
using textile (scarf) and incorporating body pillow
This room is so Zen. Here is another example of using a more natural object over the bed. Paired with the red antique end table, this one has an Asian
nice use of a body pillow
“Wall by piano” — dccoley
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Crystal Springs Road
Ideabooks3,199
Questions3
in the area which is so cold! I don't want to replace with wood (already using bamboo on yoga room) because of cost. So I bumped into this and love it!
Would you please tell me the kind of work use on the Shoji Screens? Is it Teak, Bamboo, Red Birch or what? Thank you
handful of inexpensive (and useful) accents. The straightforwardness of this aesthetic should be recognized through the use of a design palette which will
engawa...something we can use in our house
will guide the senses, rather than distract them, toward the practical uses of a room.
use of window & rice paper screens to extend space
“nice japanese style tatami room” — noreenshibata
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks4,811
Questions1
Build a Japanes garden like this using one acre of property to walk around and have surface to withstand wheelchairs
Inuksuk used as a point of navigation as a reference to find the way home.
love the way they arranged these rocks in the front here. Asian gardens use very color very sparingly, if at all, and I find that very relaxing actually
path to a Japanese teahouse is based on the inukshuk, a landmark cairn long used by native Arctic peoples. But it does have hoodoo genes: The Inuit also created
readily available, and comes in a variety of colors. This is why I love to use it in the garden.
“Stone d” — bebow
Asian Landscape
Ideabooks3,579
Questions2
What type of stone did you use on the dry creek bed?
Mulch and gravel used together with no border in between is nice
Use wood for small bridge to add character
Many baits for snails, rats and other pests can be fatal. If you must use them, make sure your dog can’t get at them — and remember, dogs can be remarkably
chocolate. Many baits for snails, rats and other pests can be fatal. If you must use them, make sure your dog can’t get at them — and remember, dogs can be remarkably
“rocks and mulch = less mowing!!” — mariaguas
Jeni Lee
My Houzz: Artist home and studio overlooking Kangaroo Island
Ideabooks2,634
Questions2
your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
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
your very own backyard maze. Mark out a space and fill it with gravel, then use smooth stones to create a curving maze.
Become a DIY decoratorMake your own outdoor art using pebbles as shown here in this Kangaroo Island garden. You can also recycle
Using larger rock to pave path.
“Front Yard!!!!” — enderstao
Zack|de Vito Architecture + Construction
1 Review
RUSSIAN HILL
Ideabooks10,594
Questions12
A Bay area source would be very useful for me since my house is in San Francisco. Would really appreciate the info
end project in one of the most expensive construction markets in the US, using one of the best residential contractors in our region. This was a project
traditional bed and have a good amount of space under the bed. Anytime you can use furniture pieces with a taller leg so you can see partway under the furniture
Wardrobe, wall, built in bookcase, etc. use Japanese curtains instead of door or Asian sliding doors.
There's a nice use of altitude, and the wood color works well with cubism.
traditional bed and have a good amount of space under the bed. Anytime you can use furniture pieces with a taller leg so you can see partway under the furniture
“Style” — designstudiobahamas
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks1,583
Questions1
Building is all hand constructed using pegs. The building is designed using metaphysical principles and was constructed using exotic and local wood species
Could you please explain how the tea house is "designed using metaphysical principles"? Thanks!
Building is all hand constructed using pegs. The building is designed using metaphysical principles and was constructed using exotic and local wood species
“Japanese tea room” — aarnold101
Would you consider this home too modern...or too traditional?
This home was built as a spec. We wanted to create something that was modern/contemporary but also traditional. The term we used to describe this aesthetic...
Need help in designing my new villa
I am in the middle of designing the interiors of my whole new villa, which is a five bedrooms villa with 2 formal living rooms and 1 big family room. I...
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