652 turned base Asian Home Design Photos

Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
17 Reviews
Balinese Influenced Bath
Ideabooks99,320
Questions26
small LED-lit 'candles' on each side. However, a buddha image is definitely not to be placed in a room where one exposes his nudity (or you'd have to turn it 180° while you show...not a fully respectful option anyway). Better leave it in the entrance or circulation preceding your spa area, on a dedicated
For a small dose of Balinese charm, just apply the color scheme and materials. Here, a sleek bathtub is turned into an exotic item thanks to its wooden legs, while a simple storage cabinet gets the Indonesian treatment with Balinese accessories.
“Warm cozy shelf” — torr1
The Upward Bound House by Elizabeth Bomberger
Ideabooks19,423
Questions16
Hi We have red mahogany parquet flooring which I love to turn dark brown, how is this possible??? Please help. Thank you
This room shows how well the combination works with Asian-inspired design. The chinoiserie panels and pagoda-shaped lamp base add Far Eastern flavor. Yes, I realize this hue is just a little more peacock than turquoise, but who could resist including this lovely bedroom?
“Walls” — fragile540
Richard Landon Design
11 Reviews
Mid-Century Asian
Ideabooks784
Questions1
Because the refrigerator greeted guests, we softened its appearance by surrounding it with perforated stainless steel as door panels. They, in turn, flowed naturally off the hand-cast glass with a yarn-like texture. The textures continue into the backsplash with the 1"-square mosaic tile. The copper
Wood plank eating bar. Not so keen on bar stools and base cabinet door/drawer style...or floor tile on back side of island.
“meson cocina” — Verónica Sandoval
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks3,081
Questions4
That would be AWESOME! I most certiantly will; most likely going to base a desgin off it.
Turn dining room into a mini studio?
“Japanese room” — luvb21
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Japanese Tea House
Ideabooks801
Questions1
Thank you for your interest. In all our structural and gardenscape designs we base them on metaphysical principles. In this tea house there are twenty four concepts, some with multiple significance. We have over 35 years of extensive research and study experience along these lines
Turn back yard shed into this...with false front and false roof?
“Tea house #4” — jkf720170
Great Lakes Landscape Design
Asian Inspired
Ideabooks9,618
Questions6
the low fence is hardly noticeable, because our eyes are drawn down the path, while the matching fences become backgrounds to lush vegetation. Your turn: How do you disguise your air conditioner? Tell us in the Comments. Coming next: What to do about that air conditioning unit indoors.
the low fence is hardly noticeable, because our eyes are drawn down the path, while the matching fences become backgrounds to lush vegetation. Your turn: How do you disguise your air conditioner? Tell us in the Comments.Coming next: What to do about that air conditioning unit indoors.See how to design
“Good idea for hiding ac” — marshayeager
Gayle Wainwright
Zen Space
Ideabooks10,767
Questions22
Why does this have to be turned into something for or against God? I love Budda statues yet I believe in God. I can enjoy them as a piece of art and I think this statue is beautiful. Whether or not to put it in the bathroom is for the individual to decide.
something spa-like about a space that features a big natural element made of wood or reminiscent of stone. Light paint and a large harmonious sculpture turns this room into a retreat.
“Bathroom” — Monica Ponder
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,326
Questions7
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.
Shoji screens fitted with rice paper slide open or closed, based on whether the need of the moment is for privacy or
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.
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.
“Asiatisch” — Eva Zimmermann
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