Some room designs are true to one style, while many Asian themed rooms are a combination of two or more cultural influences. Just looking at this bath, another one of my all-time favorites on Houzz, makes me feel calm. Look for cleaned lined, low tables, bamboo and lacquered wood chests and sleek sofas. Recently a contact of mine from China mailed me some work he had seen from a design firm there called DYEast Design Consultants. With asymmetry comes balance, and this photo is a study on it. The sign of balance and equilibrium is none other than water, very common in the Asian style as a sign of atmosphere full of ease. Bamboo, stone and other natural materials provide the basis for a soothing color palette of brown, gray and green.
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What's the biggest bathroom annoyance between you and your partner? Designer Marie Burgos creatively integrated the Chinese practice of Zen into this living room and yoga space. Japanese screens and an adjacent tatami room add to the privacy and feng shui of the space. A type of tansu chest designed to form steps provides both storage and easy access to an upper floor, loft or high storage and may also serve as a room divider. Sent in by Rate My Space contributor leylaj. For a specifically Chinese decor style, why not consider a dragon bed cover ensemble in bright red silk and satin or a classic lotus flower design to recreate the sense of old Shanghai.
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Straight-lined, dark wood furniture follows the modern style often associated with Asian design, while the bamboo walls and lampshade provide natural, eco-friendly elements within the space. Browse more photos of Asian-inspired design. More Rooms We Can Dream: Get it right and you are guaranteed a tranquil getaway right at home!
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Description: A Zen-like room might contain bare wood floors, woven tatami or grass mats, low-profile furniture with smooth lines and hidden storage to minimize clutter. We did talk earlier about how popular Asian themes are in reality a fusion of several different styles. With most of us engrossed in a fast-paced urban lifestyle, it helps immensely when we can come back home to a peaceful abode that allows us to escape this never-ending rush. Design by Virginia Rockwell. Asian-themed interiors accomplish this goal in inimitable style by ushering in harmony and balance.