86 japanese iris Industrial Home Design Photos

WDN Architecture, LLC
Urban Loft in Waterloo, Iowa
Ideabooks1,544
Questions2
the bed and modern Japanese sliding door
Sliding Japanese doors ?
Japanese design...Japanese style
“doors” — tmwilliamson
TPA Architecture, Inc.
4 Reviews
Venice Transformation
Ideabooks2,463
Questions2
fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) .... It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) .... It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
fabricated fit by the contractor and adhered to the drywall substrate with a strong adhesive. The finish is a patina product made by Sculpt Nouveau (Japanese Brown) sculptnouveau.com➤ It took some experimentation with the contractor to get this finish just right.
“cool fireplace” — annasyard
Laura U, Inc.
11 Reviews
Midtown Loft
Ideabooks2,467
Questions3
White fish Japanese wood block walls
High luxe This powder room in a warehouse loft apartment belies its humble industrial beginnings. With bold Japanese koi fish wallpaper from Osborne & Little, combined with the black mosaic tiling which is the only nod to the building’s history , and a highly
“Wallpaper” — gyamany
Domiteaux + Baggett Architects, PLLC
4 Reviews
NowHouse
Ideabooks1,968
Questions3
Door dog not included when you buy the door ;) -- iris
“Floor” — 61tonyac
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,927
Questions2
yucca or iris for centerpiece. save over winter
“Paisagismo” — monicaewald
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
House as a Home
Ideabooks163
Questions0
reclaimed wood, singed in Japanese technique
not too expensive and not at the tree's expense," Campbell says. She hired a subcontractor to finish and protect the wood through a traditional Japanese method called shou-sugi-ban. The intentionally singed surface looks different from every angle, with beautiful striations that wrap around the curved
“Bamboo paneling” — hluckson
Ignacio Salas-Humara Architect LLC
2 Reviews
Pivot Pad
Ideabooks555
Questions0
japanese carport
“For the boat” — rho521
Wildwood Waterscapes Design
Rusty Steel
Ideabooks97
Questions0
Japanese maple
“Purple colour as a feature wall” — jasmine_28
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