Asian -This represents Asian style because it has earthy tones of greens and browns combined with straight, uniformed lines and bamboo furniture. -Harmony, the colors and flow of the room create a tone of peace and simplicity.
A dramatic Asian inspired mural of cherry blossoms adorns the wall behind the tub in this modern master bathroom. By Casey Design/Planning Group <a href="http://www.caseydesignplan.com" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">www.caseydesignpl...</a> Photography by Ted Yarwood.
Ottowa Home Gorgeous! This beautiful home boasts a fresh look rooted in the classics but with a bit of sass. Traditional doesn't mean time warp. That's easy to see from a peek inside the Ottawa home of Irene Langlois. The designer's signature style is rooted in tradition (fine architectural details and sophisticated furnishings), but her secret to keeping classic contemporary is to enliven timeless elements with a judicious but confident application of the day's top trends.
By using wood we refer back to nature. Both the sound and the visual appearance helps with this association. By giving this nature feeling to the installation we also try to achieve a sustainable and non-electric visual of SKALA. This could also improve the message of having a break and valuing your surroundings. le méridien, zhengzhou