As if this master bathroom isn't impressive enough, it has a shower and tub that look out onto a meditation garden. In turn, the space reinforces the connection between the home's interior and exterior.
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.
The homeowner's private collection of bonsai trees inspired designer Bea Pila to designate a special place for a zen garden. A trickling water fountain adds to the sensory experience. An occasional bench provides the option for seated meditation.
One of the special design features of this riverfront home is its detached pool house: A 12 x 12-foot glass cube was built as a meditation retreat and is treated to panoramic views of the garden and pool.
The best way to make your shed feel like a sanctuary and escape says Sherrod, is to target what you will use the shed for. "Regardless of what you are creating – whether it be an art studio, workshop, meditation, hobby room or garden retreat – having an idea of how you’ll use your space will help tremendously when creating a place to feel at home and decompress."
Nestled in the undulating hills just 35 minutes from Gold Coast International Airport, Rosehill Estate is a magical 370-acre hideaway situated in the heart of Australia's Tweed River Valley. Drawing on the vitality and beauty of the land, the property includes a series of meditative spaces, rotundas and scenic walks amongst the manicured gardens, paddocks and forested hills.