Art and accessories are like the jewelry of a room. Thoughtfully added, they will complete the bedroom design ensemble. Decorative wall plaques and Asian artwork pull the look of this bedroom together beautifully.
The creative process was to blend grays and whites with the existing espresso-finished vanity in this contemporary master bathroom. This was achieved with beautiful marble hues in those colorations, playing up the room's neutral palette. Asian accents work to create a master bath that is both tranquil and stylish.
Steps come up from the lap pool to this lovely pergola. The gorgeous wood structure shades an inviting seating area featuring two lounge chairs topped with thick off-white cushions and layered with throw pillows. Elephant statues, a golden gong and a vibrant dresser add an Asian influence to the design.
The folly is an open-air structure fabricated and carved from solid reclaimed teak. Hand-carved Balinese ornamental corbels highlight the 14" square solid teak corner posts. The rich wood color shines against the concrete foundation, steps and the surrounding plant life.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new.
This Asian-themed living room features a silver tray filled with rocks, three candles and a silver pot filled with red roses positioned on a wooden table. The large windows give an added feeling of height and spaciousness. Wicker furniture completes the look.
Designer Kimberly Lyons created a warm and inviting family room with well-blended colors and a slight nod to Asian decor. Buddha plays a prominent note in the artwork, and Lyons chose an Asian-inspired coffee and end table to work with the more contemporary furnishings of the room.
The area rug, as well as the lounge chairs, are custom pieces designed by Habachy Designs. The oval shape of the space posed a challenge, so the rug was made to accommodate the design. African and Asian decor throughout the home add a worldly touch.
Designer Marie Burgos uses an intricately carved wall decor, a carved statue of the Hindu god, Vishnu, and a portrait of Gandhi to create a calm and peaceful entryway. Neutral walls illuminate the details of the elaborate wooden focal point.
The dressers in this master oasis are made from dark stained wood with white drawer fronts to highlight the spa feel of the space. Atop the dresser sits a mixture of Asian inspired accessories that helps the room feel connected to the Orient.
Designer Clinton Rice hunts at estate sales for Asian-inspired accessories and ceramic pieces, along with old books. He offers this advice for saving money: Go the first day — typically Thursday — but if you see something you like, wait for the weekend. That's when items are marked down by 25 percent or more. If it's meant to be, the item is meant for your mantel.
Create small groupings of like items that work well together and show your personality and interest, says Clinton Rice of Clinton Rice Design in Atlanta. By varying the height of decorative objects and grouping books for dramatic pops of color, Rice created a cohesive, classic bookshelf that is still functional.
This bright red wall is a vibrant background for the black Asian dresser and gold decor. The dresser has three peg-lock cabinets and three drawers. Four circular gold decorations add texture to the design between two green lamps and wooden horse statue.