This is the best sample photos of Japanese Solid Wood Bar Design and Interior by Japanese Architect Noi Shigemasa. This Shimuraya Wooden Bar located in Tokyo and developen in 2006. All of this bar materials, interior, ceiling, flooring and furniture made by natural solid wood with natural finishing so make this bar interior look so natural, warm and unique. The soft bar lighting make this bar interior look so natural and warm.
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October 4, 2010 No Comments
Bathroom, antique cabinets.
French rococo furniture, old world style.
Dining room, antique dining furniture. China Qing Dynasty picture and very old chair.
August 26, 2010 No Comments
Bo Tian’s home.
Antique Chinese cabinet,
The retro style is a great way for you to redo the decor in your home. This style is now becoming almost as popular as when it first came about in the past decades. The retro style itself is full of some unique looks, and colors that are bright and bold. With influences coming from the 50′s all the way into the 70′s. Changing your decor that is dull into this style that is full of colors and textures can make a room lively and warm.
Retro has to be one of the easiest styles to change over too. It’s a great experiment in adding accessories that are funky looking and have a fantastic design. With retro the main idea is to add in things that you would normally think are too out there in your other styles. Additions of textures are another great way to bring in the retro! Add some great area rugs, throw pillow and even change the cushions on your couch to a fantastic bold design. (via: articledirectorycentral.com)
Asian interiors are designed to bring peace, balance, and serenity to the space, which is kept simple and uncluttered. The quality and craftsmanship is exquisite. The style is merging with western style to create a unique Asian-influenced decor.
Chinese interiors are known through the wonderful carved furnishings like hand painted designs on glossy finishes, brightly colored accessories and ornaments. Red is the most used color because it is the sign of good luck. Chinese interiors are bold with their bold colors that are used to accent the room. The bright bold colors only enhance the dark wood tomes and high gloss finishes are combined for a dramatic theme. These types of rooms are also known to have large murals with cultural scenes. They are often from the characters and legends known from China’s history. (via Ezilon.com Articles)
April 20, 2010 No Comments
For country style with a formal twist, go for dark wood furniture with simple lines and slim proportions – ideal in a larger room. Barton sofa collection, Marks & Spencer
Choose furniture that’s squashy, sink-inable and comfortable, and pile on cushions for a welcoming feel. Osterley collection, Sanderson
Wing armchairs – the classic must-have in a country [...]
They are real chairs, but how could a chair with only two legs stand still? The arcanum is in the shadow the chair, it is made of steel!
In fact, they are not the latest two legs chairs.
And other cool chiar designs
Multi-leg red chair
November 28, 2009 1 Comment
Warm dining room, Classical Chinese furniture.
Living room, lovely wall art [Read more →]
October 21, 2009 No Comments
This is Lihui’s Asian-style kitchen, Orange kitchen cabinets.
For centuries, Asian cultures have lived their lives surrounded by simple, yet elegant, furnishings, furniture, and art. Asian interiors are designed to bring peace, balance, and serenity to the space, which is kept simple and uncluttered. The quality and craftsmanship is exquisite. The style is merging with western style to create a unique Asian-influenced decor.
Asian Home Decor – Modern NeoClassical
May 20th, 2009
Asian Home Decor , Modern NeoClassical Chinese Style
Tips For Asian Interior Decorating
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Tips For Asian Interior Decorating.
1. Focus on texture. Because Asian style can be so muted, try to focus on texture instead of vibrant colors. By using woven materials, wicker baskets or visibly grained wood, you can keep the room [...]
Oriental Home Decor – Chinese Traditional Home Decor
May 9th, 2009
The most popular decorating style these days seems to be Oriental designs. One particular Oriental design which many people love is the traditional Chinese interior. Chinese style tend to be bold and beautiful, using colorful fabrics of upholstery as well as out-of-the box items like saris for home decor.
Starting with the Chinese origin, Asian home decorating is called Feng Shui which gives the idea of object positioning and space. Asian home decorating relates the house with health and wealth.
Decorating with Feng Shui principles involves the movement of energy and moving blocked areas so energy moves at a balanced pace around the entire home. [...]
June 29, 2009 1 Comment