The Zen garden outside this home gives the family a great space for relaxation. Inspired by an Asian garden, the bonsai trees, koi pond and Asian statues give the family the perfect spot for meditation.
An Asian statue is placed between two doors in this eclectic New York City apartment. Hardwood floors and crisp white walls set a stage for interesting art, colorful rugs and stylish, mismatched furniture.
Don't forget to incorporate the natural aspect of Asian style in accessories. Include Asian plants such as orchids and bamboo. The simple and minimalist feel of this style is the perfect background to show off beautiful objects and antiques, like this ornate lamp and statue of Buddha.
A canopy of soothing green bamboo leaves hangs over an outdoor shower area with hardwood ipe flooring. A Buddha sculpture enhances this outdoor area's calming ambiance, creating a tranquil escape from the surrounding bustle of New York City's Soho district.
What was once an overgrown outdoor area is now a tranquil atrium that mixes midcentury modern and Asian influences. The space features a modern infinity pour koi pond and a statue of the Indonesian goddess Sri.
At the center of this Asian garden setting, a stone Japanese statue blends seamlessly into the natural surroundings. Set in an open clearing, the statue's solitary presence evokes quiet contemplation and reflection.
This hallway is kept simple and bright by keeping the white walls empty. Light blue doors add soft color, and a small brown leather chair provides a quiet spot to sit with a view of the beautiful horse statue. A recessed light overhead shines a spotlight on the art display.
This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations.