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Amy Lau Design
West Chelsea Loft
is the style called? Thanks!
rowse.aspx?BC=YRDN_HomeDecor;HomeDecor_SuzaniEmbroidery&node=1 http://www.distant-la.com/09-PAGE-SUZANI.html http://www.lavivahome.com/textile/suzani.html Hope that's of some help!
my own style.
asian style, lit pannels with day light bulbs
Asian-style bathroom. The mirror is set within the window frame, and pendant lights suspended from the ceiling put the light right where it's needed to either side of the mirror.
drain and style...asian style
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Seattle Stone & Tile Distributor
StonePeak works hard to create a higher standard in the tile industry.
Design Set Match
etail.aspx?id=3146 Other materials: The medicine cabinet is from Robern and the tile is by Ocean Side Glass. I hope this is helpful!
Mark Brand Architecture
Japanese Inspired Remodel in Noe Valley-Bathroom
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Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
Quantum Windows & Doors | Lane Williams Architecture
Michael Jensen Photography - This asian influenced contemporary home features Quantum’s custom wood Euro Series Windows. Of particular architectural note are the custom Lift & Slide partition panels flanking the master bath. The pocketing window panels measure just under 5 feet tall and slide along tracks to disappear into the exterior walls. This configuration allows for a...More
2SL Design Build Inc
Japanese Tea Pavillion
nice wrap around porch aisan style roof
Japanese style writing room detached from the house.
the design, roof style,etc.
style of garden office
nice overhangs - Japanese style
Asian style...Out building style...Asian style shed...simple roof style
Tracy Murdock Allied ASID
Chinese inspired bedroom
simplicity and connection to traditional japanese style
Style Secret: Shoji ScreensShoji screens, a traditional element of Japanese architecture, are made from translucent paper (or in the modern world, glass or plastic) anchored by a grid of natural wood. Because space in Asian homes tends to be at a premium, shoji screens often slide open and closed