Taking exotic inspiration from Bali, this bathroom by HGTV fan BoBendana features a double sink vanity created from a converted table and mirror frames fashioned from molding. The carved wood and shimmery textures add to the organic and exotic feel of this beautiful space.
Inspired by the beauty of Bali, this bathroom features a double sink vanity created from a converted table and mirror frames fashioned from molding. The carved wood and shimmery textures add to the organic and exotic feel of this lush space.
In this Asian-inspired hallway, sea green wallpaper covered with trees, birds and flowers encourages peace and tranquility. Round pendant lights above create visual interest, while identical drawers and mirrors create symmetry and balance.
The vanity and toilet in this bathroom hang from the wall for a modern, spacious look. Natural wood and green walls warm this spa-inspired space. Simple Asian elements decorate the room including a mounted black wood mirror and single plant stalk.
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.
Soothing green wallpaper covered in butterflies makes venturing to the end of this hallway an enlightening experience. A multicolored tapestry and rug soften the space, while a curved Asian-style chair by the window provides a seat for self-reflection.
The great outdoors comes into this Asian bathroom, thanks to the unique wallpaper depicting a pastoral countryside scene. Bold red lines recall a wooden home or gazebo and elevate an otherwise ordinary powder room.
The most striking new feature in this master bedroom designed on HGTV Design Star season four is the bright apple-green walls. In addition, contestant Antonio makes the space more functional for the whole family with a seating area and workspace.
This outdoor courtyard features stone-lined water fountain with a herron bird statue and lilly pads inside the pond. Green foliage plants cover the space, while red Asian-style roof tiles complement the overall look of the area.
In the kids' room, the homeowners wanted a bright, bold option that would still complement the rest of the house, so designers added a faux thatched roof accent to the space. To keep it bright, yellow uplighting highlights the addition, while bright green and blue curtains and bed frames keep this room fun and youthful. To complete the space, a blue and green geometric rug adds a bit of comfort to the space.
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.