This striking white kitchen, as seen on HGTV's Live In Vern's House, features an open-plan kitchen that connects to the living area. Vibrant orange accents and flea-market finds, as well as international and Asian-inspired elements, help fill the space with visual interest and a playfully contemporary vibe.
Lovely patterned benches offer comfy seating in this Asian-style outdoor living area. Green and red throw pillows add a colorful texture, while a pair of wooden coffee tables provide a place to set food and beverages, making it a great spot to entertain.
This Asian-inspired media room is both sleek and comfortable. The cabinetry, with recessed lighting, allows for easy access to media and storage, but is easily concealed when reading a book or entertaining guests. The zebra wood drawer faces and Asian-inspired coffee table provide a world traveler feel to the room. Faded burgundy sofas are arranged around a square wood coffee table accessorized with two small elephant statues.
Bright natural lighting bounces off the light white and neutral surfaces in this beautiful Asian living room. A decorative fireplace surround adds some softness to the clean lines of the design. Textural ribs on the coffee table are a beautiful contrast to the light walls and rug. A large mounted plate, glass statue case and red trunk add Asian flair to the space.
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.
This striking living room boasts a grand fireplace and two luxurious brown velvet sofas. A patterned area rug adds movement and interest underfoot, and two round light fixtures provide a stylish source of light overhead.
To complete the captivating design in Las Vegas' Mandarin Oriental, décor was flown in from all corners of the globe, giving the condo a worldly feel in a city known as the world's playground. Among the dozens of one-of-a-kind pieces include Italian-sourced hand painted aluminum panels covering the bar front and a six-foot terra cotta Hun statue from China.
Glass doors slide to open the inviting living room up to the exterior deck, which enjoys views of the surrounding wine country of Sonoma County. The homeowners also maintain a home in Tokyo, and the Japanese tradition of wabi-sabi, or the art of embracing imperfection, is at play in elements throughout the home, such as the stacked stone feature wall surrounding the modern fireplace.
A relaxing sectional sofa sits cozily in this neutral toned Asian-style living room. A large green curtain and wooden coffee table give the room an earthy feel, while red and orange pops of color keep the space exciting.
This Asian-themed living room features a silver tray filled with rocks, three candles and a silver pot filled with red roses positioned on a wooden table. The large windows give an added feeling of height and spaciousness. Wicker furniture completes the look.
These combined dining and living room spaces lend a Zen-like vibe with their light wood paneled vaulted ceiling, neutral stone fireplace and caramel colored leather armchairs and dining chairs. Circular chandeliers add a contemporary accent, while pops of red –– as seen in the sofa –– provide a bit of color.
The shared public space at Smithfield Cottage makes use of the home's original design features like an ornate Chinoiserie wooden mantel that includes two nooks for lamps. Asian details were a common motif in the Victorian era, with the opening of China and Japan to the West, and designer Glenn Wallace has played up that historic feature in contemporary Asian elements throughout the home.