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.
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.
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.
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.
This neutral living space has plenty of seating for the homeowners to entertain family and friends. Reminiscent of a Romantic Era parlor, a grand piano occupies the rear corner of the room, creating an elegant ambiance, while large chaise lounges and comfortable modern chairs add seating for guests and homeowners alike. Finally, accents like the white and gray striped rug and the Asian inspired decor helps to finish the room and bring the design full circle.
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 decor of this Asian-inspired bedroom has a nature theme, picked up in the potted bamboo plant, bedside lamps and the large artwork above the bed. A long low bench in front of the room's floor-to-ceiling window lets occupants make the most of the view.