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.
Blue chinoiserie wallpaper makes a dramatic statement in this Asian-inspired master bathroom. A sleek white double vanity is topped in warm brown countertops, while a pair of red mirrors adds a pop of color to the space.
Natural boulders and rocks were worked into the design of this Asian-inspired front yard. Ornamental grasses, pieris Japonica, loropetalum and other low-maintenace plants fit with the garden's Zen feel while being easy to care for so the homeowners can maintain the garden's simple appeal.
Asian Sitting Room Featuring Wood Chairs and a Large Turquoise Framed Accordion Door Leading Outside
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 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.
A close-up view of this bright, airy living room highlights the comfortable beige sofa with a brown and yellow accent pillow. A leaf-shaped bowl and a lively houseplant add natural touches to the room.
Neutral Contemporary Asian Bathroom With Wood Vanity
This bathroom features a flush inset cabinet in vertical-grain Douglas fir panels. Black walnut panels, legs and door dowels accent the Zen look. Gray slate tile flooring adds to the Old World Japanese feel.
Made from northern white-cedar and bamboo, this quiet pavilion beautifully complements its woodland surroundings. A small reflecting pond and lush vegetation all around ensure that the owners will want to sit and enjoy this space for hours.
Private Terrace in NYC's Historic Tribeca Neighborhood
Since this building is located in New York City's historic neighborhood of Tribeca, designers had to develop a plan that would meet the client's desire for a modern, clean setting while also meeting the requirements of the Landmark Preservation Committee.To do this, designers added an Ipe wood fence around the Diamond spa and bamboo trees to help keep the space private.
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.
On the opposite side of the master bathroom, stones, wood and mosaic tiles continue the rich layering of textures. Vessel sinks leave enough countertop space to fit two in as well as a dressing table area.
Step out the door into the peaceful Asian-inspired garden of this modern home. Concrete slabs create walkways and a bridge across the rectangular pond. Gravel beds and ornamental grasses keep the landscaping low maintenance.