Gray textured walls surround a black dining table and chairs. A modern chandelier illuminates the gold-framed art and brings out the brushed gold details in the adjacent art pieces, while a green floral centerpiece accents the oriental design.
To give this bathroom all the blissed-out feeling of a spa, the designer included a freestanding soaking tub and a leather chaise. The accent wall behind the tub is teak, durable around moisture.
The other walls are finished in a concrete render.
This beautiful bathroom, part of the master bedroom suite, has all the daintiness of a flower. Instead of filling the space with pattern, a few strips are carefully selected, then accented by the glossy floating vanity and gray-stained flooring.
The deck was extended to give more space for entertaining and a hot tub. Boulders poke up through the floor in a nod to the Asian gardens loved by the homeowner. On the far side, the hot tub feels cohesive wrapped in the deck's gray planks.
This Asian-inspired bathroom layers geometric shapes such as the mirror, rectangular floating sinks and the shower tile for a compelling, multi-dimensional visual effect. The lime green and gray palette is soothing without being boring.
Every detail of this dining room speaks of glamour, from the crystal chandelier to the faceted mirror, Macassar dining table and Asian-style chairs. The deep gray walls offset the clean white flooring, adding contrast to this elegant space.
An antique Chinese silk screen lit from behind with a hidden fluorescent fixture separates this tranquil Asian-style bathroom from the adjacent bedroom. Three sleek pendant lights provide task lighting above the long, floating wood vanity with vessel sinks.
A freestanding chromatherapy air tub with a ceiling-mounted tub filler is the focal point of this spa-like bathroom. Shoji-style pocket doors with white laminated glass allow natural light to enter the room, while heavily customized vanities are designed to keep clutter off the countertops.
This bathroom wall uses several shades of gray and black to provide a dynamic color scheme. The Asian aesthetic of the room is reflected in a simple, neutral flower arrangement on a built-in wall shelf.
Chris' unit receives an abundance of natural light. To reflect it throughout the 17th floor property, his designer friend insisted on using mirrors. Not only do mirrors help play with the light, they give the illusion of greater space, particularly when placed in smaller spaces such as the entry hall to the master suite.
Sometimes referred to as Zen, this style fuses elements from Japan, China, Bali, Vietnam and Thailand. Primary elements include open floor plans, exposed architectural elements and an emphasis on harmony and nature.