The owner's affection for Moroccan details inspired the custom laser-cut aluminum cabinet door fronts in the kitchen of SPG Architects’ Murray Hill Townhouse in New York City. These details capture the essence of the Moroccan influence while still maintaining the modern visual and spatial language inherent in SPG's design.
The back of a floating wall and headboard offers storage for books, media and personal accessories in this neutral bedroom. Asian-style shoji screens on sliding door panels conceal items for a cleaner look.
A small, country-style dining set is nestled in the corner of this screened porch, creating a peaceful, breezy space for casual dining. Next to the dining table, two screened doors allow access onto an open-air porch that leads to the sprawling backyard.
Custom shoji screen doors add Asian flair to this living room while serving as a way to conceal the media center. A desk is also concealed behind the screens, making for an easily accessible and convenient workstation.
As seen on HGTV’s Fixer Upper, host Joanna Gaines created a personalized piece of art for this living room using a metal letter “g” framed with an old screen door. A slipcovered white chair and country blue window treatments enhance the room’s French Country style.
This spa-style retreat features walnut cabinets, Shoji screen doors with metal tile and faux grass cloth walls. A true Japanese-style tub and a large walk-in shower with body sprays provide the finishing touches.
This contemporary master bathroom has an Asian aesthetic with screened doors and bamboo accents. Black tile lines the shower, and stainless steel accents are apparent throughout the space. A splash of purple on the vanity wall provides a hint of color in the otherwise neutral space.
Asian accents and contemporary fixtures combine with transitional case pieces in this restful master retreat. Sliding shoji screen doors lead to a spacious marble bathroom. The walls, carpet and bedding are neutral, enhancing the space's calm, spa-like feel.
Strategic furniture groupings separate this waterfront home's sunroom into distinct living and dining areas. A window next to the indoor grill lets the cook enjoy the amazing views while tending to the meal.