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zen is every asian designer dream design concept
i guess designing interior for an average family lifestyle might not work
if they have little one running around ..
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Eliot Koey

I like how Nikki mentioned that "Luxury is pervasive yet understated, not flashy but graceful." A great example is the use of natural-finished wood. It might not seem like much to the passing eye, but often in Japanese or Japanese-inspired homes, the choice of wood for furnishings and floorings can be the most exquisite, and bring the most satisfaction to the user and homeowner.

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