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.
A large accordion door with turquoise door frame adds a touch of color and opens this sitting room out to the backyard patio. Gorgeous wood chairs create stylish seating under a mushroom pendant light and exposed ceiling beams.
A large medallion art piece stands out against the white walls on this Asian-style dining area. Bright red bench seating and a blue and white porcelain vase add pops of color to the space, while a modern wood dining table creates a perfect spot for enjoying meals.
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.
A curved mirror with an Asian-inspired wood frame is the backdrop for a stunning arced onyx sink in this yellow bathroom. In the soft illumination provided by gold-leaf pendant lighting, the sink appears to glow. Behind the vanity, an impressive expanse of tile gleams in deep hues of ebony, gold and dark brown.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. This condo is full of luxurious textiles, rich color palettes, attractive textures and a daring mix of old and new.
In the master bedroom, the Asian inspired spa feel was continued. Designers used textured wallpaper to give the space a more exotic feel. The end tables are modern, but they still bring in the dark woods and lighter accents of a spa. Even though the space is perched high above the Las Vegas strip, the homeowners will have a place to relax and rejuvenated when they come home.
This master bathroom exudes a Zen quality with clean lines in the double vanity, mirror and shoji-style sliding door. Bright yellow tile and glass pendant lights invoke touches of midcentury style while infusing energy into the otherwise serene 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.