Gold accents, red walls, soft lighting and a travertine counter top make this powder room fitting for an Old Hollywood starlet. Kim Smart's delicate embellishments and ornate accessory choices create a most impressive space.
This Asian-inspired powder room features a metallic tile accent wall, single vanity and niches in the wall to elegantly display art and orchids. The neutral color palette helps create a serene atmosphere.
A narrow hallway leads to this elegant Asian-inspired powder room. The bathroom features a freestanding vanity with Shoji-style doors, an arced onyx sink, a wood-framed mirror and a brown tiled accent wall.
This lively powder room takes cues from Asian design with a multicolor decorative vanity and all-over brown wall tiles. A bronze globe light hangs overhead and features a cutout design, allowing the light to diffuse in interesting patterns. Charcoal tiles line the floor.
A pair of Asian-inspired floral wall panels flank a tufted headboard in this red bedroom. A wood coffee table keeps a low profile at the foot of the bed displaying books and collectibles. A matching set of tables serve as nightstands on each side of the bed.
This neutral powder room features floor-to-ceiling wood paneling and stone mosaic tile. A bold marble countertop adds flair to the distressed vanity, while lantern-style metal lighting gives the room an Asian-inspired touch.
Though smaller in scale, this powder room makes a big statement with beautiful, Asian-inspired wallpaper. Thanks to its various shades of white and blue, the treatment easily complements the marble countertop and cobalt vanity below.
To give the bathroom more personality, TerraCotta Design swaps out the plain pedestal sink for an Asian-themed vanity and replaces the oval mirror with an expansive frameless mirror that enlarges the room. TerraCotta keeps the wood flooring and repaints the walls to transform the room without going over budget.
Modern Asian Living Room With Beige Sectional and Red Wall
A red wall, symbolic of good luck in Chinese tradition, anchors this living area. Low, neutral furniture with built-in side tables sits above a silk handmade Cha-Cha rug by Formaonline.com. Artwork by the architect provides a finishing touch.