1,442 window door reviews Asian Home Design Photos

Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Tarrytown House
Ideabooks3,580
Questions2
Hardwood floor color with fir sliding doors/windows, nice furniture also
upper windows translucent light horizontal line ideas.
Clear glass doors add separation without loss of room depth.
A Japanese-style screen door separates a playroom in the upstairs floor from the living room below. It was made with translucent glass so that light can pass through, but any untidiness
“Clear glass doors add separation without loss of room depth.” — Natalie
Loudon County Interior Designer
We create amazing residential and commercial interiors unique to the clientele that we represent. This means that each project is tailored to fit you and your family’s lifestyle.
Sponsored
MAGDALENA & MGS Architecture
4 Reviews
Front Elevation
Ideabooks2,864
Questions0
note window on right side (3 different sizes)
Tiered landscaping, no flowers, tree in window
concrete with wood garage door
Window and driveway...Garage Door, cool...windows, wall,..."Green" window...Window-cool shapes...garage door...wood windows
“Front elevation” — Chaitra Anand
Jack 'N Tool Box, Inc.
Dover Vista
Ideabooks444
Questions1
Does the shower door slide? How do you clean the are between the vanity and the shower door when they are so close together but not but up against each other?
Color combination, LOVE tile work, glass in windows
How do you clean in the small area between the glass shower door and the bathroom vanity? Does the door slide?
shower idea - glass window, tile
The no ledge, no door shower
I like the block glass windows and the cabinetry under the sink
Basement bath of course no window
“Roll in shower” — Katherine Condon
Smith Brothers Construction
21 Reviews
Bali Pavilions on Kauai
Ideabooks3,886
Questions2
Love the grandness of this looking out the window super cool idea with different colors
wall and floor tiles, open window/glass area
of connection to nature is key. It doesn’t have to be as extreme as in the photo seen here. But a window or skylight connecting to natural light and the outdoors is common.
large window from bath to private little garden or reflecting tub
Connection to outside. Having some sort of connection to nature is key. It doesn’t have to be as extreme as in the photo seen here. But a window or skylight connecting to natural light and the outdoors is common.
“Simpel dan murah” — Tony Siallagan
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Yoga Room
Ideabooks5,058
Questions5
Where, where, where? I must have the door hardware. It is stunningly gorgeous!
how much do you think it would be to source a pair of doors and hardware like that? Amazing!
omg look at the door hardware
to fitness, a soothing space for yoga could be the perfect new use for that spare room. Cork flooring, off-white walls, paper lanterns and beautiful door hardware all contribute to the soft and slightly exotic look here.
“Door is best” — naveenpooja
Architectural Design Incorporated
5 Reviews
Where East meets West
Ideabooks291
Questions0
japanese door and glass door and layout of hallway
Rafters/windows/screen doors
Gallery example, windows, clerestory windows
screen doors...transom window...sliding glass doors
“sliding screen doors” — emilykricks
Tracy Stone AIA
3 Reviews
Encino Modern
Ideabooks13,387
Questions6
Bamboo/reed resin panel - not for this use - but for door panels or cabinet doors?
do plants in the bathroom and a low window like this
awesome shower w/lower window and bamboo treatment
I like this photo because it is very modern looking, yet it still manages to have an outdoorsy kind of feel. it has a very monotone background, and then splashes of color that mix very well with the grey of the walls. The plant and door (thing?) also
“Indoor/Outdoor Shower” — jdowning15
MGLM Architects
4 Reviews
Classical Asian
Ideabooks1,082
Questions0
Love love the color on the trim and door
Love the black trim, ceiling & window
I want the round window in the attic
Stained glass window
Color, window , shelves
Door Jamb...Black trimon doors...Light window...Love that window!
“Love the black trim, ceiling & window” — Dream by Design
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™