160,621 Asian Home Design Photos
Kathy Marshall Design
The design challenge was clear to me as I pulled into the driveway of my clients seaside home. The home nestled into a wooded lot and beautiful pond looked like it was plucked out of the pacific Northwest. When I was initially interviewed my client was very clear, she and her husband no longer had tuition payments, it was their time to have the kitchen of their dreams. But I had to stick to tight guidelines, it was not an open check book, they did not want to change the footprint of their existing kitchen. They wanted high quality millwork, a great design, and high performing appliances. They wanted their kitchen to reflect a Asian style that was organic, beautiful and most of all functional. The kitchen needed to feel warm and inviting when they came home when it was just the two of them, but also be a true entertaining kitchen. The new kitchen needed to be designed so that both could be prepping and cooking together enjoying ones company, creating, and entering with friends. The appliance wish list was long, double ovens, microwave, a low profile hood, 36” cooktop and a built in refrigerator. The kitchen had to have continuos counters and frame out the views to the outside pond, teahouse and extensive gardens. A tall order....
Brion Jeannette Architecture
Capturing views, natural light and coastal breezes overlooking the peaceful Pacific Ocean in Dana Point, Ca., this 4000 sq. ft. home was remodeled from a dated traditional tract home to an exciting contemporary design that completely transcends the expectations of an exterior designed to ‘fit’ within the neighborhood. Once inside, a world of easy openness awaits; the home appears to be perched all by itself on the edge of the Earth Dana Point California Eric Figge Photographer
This house involved a complete make over from a rustic, traditional home to this contemporary, Asian inspired interior that you see here. We completely removed the old traditional fireplace mantel and marble surround, and replaced it with rough hewn quartzite. The built-ins were originally country looking cabinets, and were replaced with our custom designed European style cabinets and shelves. There is an Chinese latice patterned wallpaper in the niches behind the shelves. Each shelf has a light in it, so that the wallpaper shimmers! Most of the furniture was from Room and Board, and they were mixed with select mid century modern accent pieces. A traditional hand knotted, Indian rug sets the stage for all of the modern pieces and creates an eclectic feel.
Teri Fotheringham Photography
Photos: Teri Fotheringham Photography Landscape Design: Marpa Design Studio
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
Photography: Linda Oyama Bryan
One Week Bath, Inc.
Asian style bathroom with dark wood vanity, glass vessel sink, pendant lighting, glass corner shower and mosaic tiles.
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
A former raised ranch turned glassy, open structure with views from front to back looks out onto a geometric Japanese garden. JMMDS designed a landscape journey that encircles the house made of a simple palette of bluestone squares and oblongs that travel over gravel, grass, and plantings to end up at a little teahouse on a hill. While Japanese in spirit, the garden is designed using distinctly un-Japanese forms: circles, squares, and S-curves. Photo: Grey Crawford. Published in Outside the Not So Big House by Julie Moir Messervy and Sarah Susanka and used with permission of The Taunton Press.
Blue Hot Design, LLC
Architecture: Genesis Architecture. Material selections: Blue Hot Design. Photo: Peter Wells.
Request Free Quote Amazing swimming pool and spa with amazing lighting. Linda Oyama Bryan Platinum Pools designs and builds inground pools and spas for clients in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.
ARTifacts/Shanghai Green Antiques
Extraordinary Chinese Antique Screen ( Late Qing Dynasty ), shown as set in the living room at the 6,300 sq.ft. Forest Manor 2-15 home in Shanghai China, designed and developed by the Green Antiques Design Team. GREEN ANTIQUES holds one of the largest collections of Chinese antique doors in the world, including literally thousands of sets of antique Chinese folding screens, room dividers, temple doors, courtyard entrance gates, courtyard doors, village gates, entrance doors, interior doors and every other shape and style of door imaginable. GREEN ANTIQUES is one of China's largest antiques shop, with a 100,000 sq.ft. showroom containing thousands of Chinese antique cabinets; interior and exterior courtyard doors; windows; carvings; tables; chairs; beds; wood and stone Buddhist, Taoist, Animist, and other statues; corbels, ceilings, beams and other architectural elements; horse carts; stone hitching posts; ancestor portraits and Buddhist / Taoist paintings; ancient shrines, thrones and wedding palanquins; antique embroidery, purses and hats from many of the 56 minority tribes of China; and a large collection of boxes, baskets, chests, pots, vases and other items. The GREEN ANTIQUES design and development team have designed, built and remodeled dozens of high end homes in China and the United States, each and every one loaded with antique Chinese architectural elements, statues and furniture. They would be happy to help you to achieve your design goals.
Innovations Designer Home Decor & Accent Furniture
The formal dining room is elegant and serene. The leather side chairs are perfect for the family's two young children. Ted Dayton Photography
Envision Landscape Studio
Photo Credit: Michele Lee Wilson