1,215 japanese house Living Design Photos

Harrell Remodeling
9 Reviews
Media Room for busy couple!
Ideabooks6,926
Questions6
I like the use of Japanese panels.
Japanese design element without going over the top
You would never see shoji doors this tall in a typical Japanese home. These divide two living spaces.
10. Zen den. Restore enlightenment and serenity to your corner of the house. Relax your senses with easily installed ambient lighting from an electric fireplace.More
“Doors” — clear_crystal
FORMA Design
17 Reviews
FORMA Design
Ideabooks20,310
Questions19
I am building a house with a center stone fireplace that will go to the top of a vaulted ceiling at 14' and will have lower cabinets on either side. How tall is the ceiling
I love my fireplace. I chose this stone from a Japanese design site, and Andreas was able to locate it in DC. And all this happened why I was living away in Korea. How does it get better than this?
It is a japanese porcelain, you can find it at Venetian Stone Gallery in Irvine.
You can control components anywhere in the house with a RF remote. Logitech harmony is highly rated, although there are cheaper versions out there. Use a stereo reciever with enough inputs for all
i wonder if wood walls could be painted to look similar to this wall in the new house?
“Walls” — Liudmila Artiles
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
craftsman teahouse
Ideabooks2,331
Questions3
"Craftsman Teahouse" Decor is a bit busy for a "Japanese" home. They would have just the art nook, without the tusks or statuary or bowl. Or at least not all three
mission and japanese
Japanese beamed ceiling & walls
tea house ceiling...Thai House
“Ceiling” — Chemel Neme
James LeCron
Maui 2
Ideabooks4,781
Questions3
Is this house in Maui? I've noticed alot of homes having that ability to open a wall, is crime not an issue?
Thanks for your question. Yes, this house is in Kahana, West Maui. The doors are Fleetwood, and retract into the stone columns. It is an oceanfront property and very private. Crime is always an issue, but it is very secure when closed. We have another house we did very close to this one. You can see
Houses like this aren't in bad neighborhoods and open to the street - They're in secluded areas, behind walls and gates.
medium wood tones with light furniture -Japanese spring
My dream house on a lake
This is someone's house? Eating/ sitting space
Just like openness from front door through great room to water view on entering house, dining beside living when click on picture to expand
“Hawaii” — srank1
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Axis Mundi
Ideabooks609
Questions4
recently completed two residences for a brother and a sister at Downtown by Philippe Starck. The brother owns an extensive collection of art work by the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami which was hung salon-style and is the main focus of the space. Other highlights include the 20' long red silk velvet covered
recently completed two residences for a brother and a sister at Downtown by Philippe Starck. The brother owns an extensive collection of art work by the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami which was hung salon-style and is the main focus of the space. Other highlights include the 20' long red silk velvet covered
“Space a plenty” — debbino
Logue Studio Design Inc.
Upper Noe Valley Residence
Ideabooks6,025
Questions2
family room japanese
Japanese design feature wall
Thai House
“Tv” — judyjaco
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,611
Questions0
Our Tiny Tack House
The Tiny Tack House...Little house....guest house...Tiny house...Nest house...Micro House idea...Small wooden house
“Nice hideaway room idea.” — funni
The Tiny Tack House
Our Tiny Tack House
Ideabooks2,032
Questions1
this is a tumbleweed house? a few things seem different though.....and I don't understand why I can't see the dormer in the sleep loft. thanks, Rich F
This is actually not a Tumbleweed house. We looked at their houses, but determined that there were numerous things we wanted to have customized for us. Since Malissa is a 3d modeler / animator, she designed the house that you see here. We sell plans on our website http://the
A 9- by 7-foot sleeping loft sits above the kitchen and bathroom on the other side of the house. The loft fits the couple's queen bed perfectly, with a floor-to-ceiling height of just 41 inches at the peak. Dormers provide a little extra headroom on the sides.
A 9- by 7-foot sleeping loft sits above the kitchen and bathroom on the other side of the house. The loft fits the couple’s queen bed perfectly, with a floor-to-ceiling height of just 41 inches at the peak. Dormer windows provide a little extra
“Cute” — isabelleleduc75
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