Asiatic Style Interior Design


In the previous articles, we have learned about some interior design of Western designs and we have also learn about one of the design in Asia, that is Japanese interior design. Now, it is the time for you know about the Asiatic style interior design. interior design is always reflecting the culture of of the country. Beside that, it is also the reflection of the owner of the room. Beside that, interior room design is always being important since you would stay there in your leisure time, whether for yourself or having a nice time with your whole family so that having the right design would be great thing for you.

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In the previous picture, you could see that the design is Japanese interior design. In this design, the furniture looks so natural since the wooden material are dominated this room. Beside that, the accessories that is used such as the Japanese letter character looks so great since it is stamped in the big size that would add the sense of the Japanese style. Beside that, you also see from the seating design, that it is reflection of the Japanese culture. Then, the combination color looks so natural that reflect this culture since you have also read that the Japanese style has its own value from the furniture and design.

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Then, nowadays, Asian style interior design also has combined into western contemporary design. As you can see in the previous picture that there is eastern or Chinese design touch that would match you to the taste. Beside that, the color combination and color domination are red and jade green that would be combined into fresh and light look of the room. Then, as you can see in the picture, you could also see that there is a big Buddha sculpture in the middle of the room that it is reflection of the Chinese culture. Then, actually there are some characteristic of Asia style, they are fresh, light and elegant. Beside that, in the previous picture, Chinese art is closely related to the nature since it is made from the ceramics, stone, or others that suit to the style of Asian design.

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In this Asian style interior design you could see about how great the classical sense of the room design. Beside that, the combination between wooden material and great look of modern furniture.

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86 thoughts on “Asiatic Style Interior Design

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  2. LandenColtenRudy

    Seriously who is having house warming parties where they people to dish out dough to assume them housewares/lamps/decor/whatever?Can you imagine someone to a party and then telling them they to you a specific lamp?How gross.

  3. Aviana_Mira_

    Actually, although a number of the case goods, including the kitchen cabinets, are from IKEA, the two largest/most noticeable pieces in the living room are NOT from IKEA – the couch and the chair. Also, it says the floor is from “a box store,” but not specifically IKEA.I personally this demonstrates how you can in with a lot of IKEA but something and unique.

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  6. QuinnBrandenVan

    @ anyone who is wondering if a baby in a closet gets enough light, i the babies are only in there for sleeping! it seems to absorb a room for living/playing/learning where it gets the light! :)and for the air – the doors were removed, it gets the same air as the parents in their bedroom…i this for places – my nephew has a broad room to sleep in, but he prefers playing in the living room where his parents are. so the in this room is – for now – useless.i we will also our baby in the closet 😀 and it will a room when the time is ripe… i also that the baby is really to the parents. maybe with a sliding door (our closet has one) you can some “privacy” and it again for sleeping.oh and as for colins room, it is wonderful!!! 🙂

  7. Edwin Brycen R.

    We recently bought a that the previous owners had the temporary etching on the mirrors and a couple of the windows. I tried soap and water, windex…plain water…alcohol and it will it, but, it comes off in chunks and sticks to the mirror and windows in diminutive pieces.(specs all over the place) Would you any suggestions of how to buy it easier?

  8. Adalyn1975

    I to admit, I around the comments on posts where tags are mentioned to if someone throws in a reference to the now-infamous $70 candle. AND RARELY AM I DISAPPOINTED. Ah…I it.

  9. Colette Julieta U.

    Thankyou I really appreciate the considerate words about the dwelling as I really bask in it. Another in this event also was shot professionally and has been featured in distinguished larger publications that my room.

  10. ReaganZZZ

    You are such an person to want to tred lightly and lovingly. I would definitely with a rug (hockey not so much), all photos from walls and group his “man photos into one (or to another room or garage if one is available, add in art that you both assume out, family photos into a gallery wall. Some curtains, a pillow or two and possibly a fresh coffee table and lamps and you are well on your way! Always a bit of greenery for softness. A friend of mine went through the same thing and it took awhile, but he is now weaned off the mancave living room and lives quite normally now! lol luck!

  11. Charles Alexis Pedro L.

    My first thought, others, is to frost the front door windows, allowing the light to in, but you your privacy. You obviously bask in since that is what you planned. I the table with object as well. You could even a tray on it with a covered box or dish for a key/phone, etc. landing *, but keeping it simple and neat. You could also ample potted plants under the side windows, but that would block your light unless you plenty from elsewhere not seen in these photos. These are all inexpensive options since you can film for the windows at area Depot in different designs and chop to fit.

  12. Anne

    I agree with realknitfreak – flank your windows by hanging one panel in each corner on the fireplace wall and one panel on each side of the longer window in the living room and dining room. hang the curtain rod higher than the window frame and wider than the window frame. a soft light color or white. It will awesome!

  13. Katherine

    Ikea has the round bed. i its called the SULTAN bed..price is $790+.. comes with one fitted sheet i think!fairly cheap price..i want to one in a couple of months too… i know the bed sheets would be the though

  14. Leonel Carlo

    When your cats finally risk out of the of the closet and into the living room and then jump up onto the windowsill — hey, birds! — and you suddenly realize this is *home*.

  15. Sheldon R.

    it a theme! People can dress up characters or the time period of the movie and you can food and decorate accordingly as well. Makes it all the more fun if you affection themes as distinguished as i do! We did a “Stand By Me” night and served campfire fashion food (hotdogs etc) and took a to a “pie eating contest” (really people eating blueberry pie).Also before buying a projector (theyre expensive) if any friends bear one that you can borrow.This is such a fun thing to on summer nights!

  16. BenjaminLaneTitus

    @verygoodone1 Oh and I forgot to mention for stains I Woolite, it works well, especially with this contraption combo that I picked up *-knows-where years ago…It combines the Woolite spray can with a wide brush plastic that has a clip in extended handle. You achieve the can in upside down into the plastic and then when you apply pressure on the carpet it sprays into the brush bristles and you can scrub into the carpets – its wonderful! (Always remember to test on your carpet somewhere inconspicuous first of course!)

  17. Austin

    I’ve lived in only four homes since I left my parent’s nest as I moving. The shortest time period I’ve ever spent in any location is 1 year. Residing for one year was not my intent, it simply happened. I took a lease on a house 100 yards from my first apartment of 16 years, with an option to purchase. The owner, one of my neighbors, seemed a person and was suddenly to Washington DC after his wife received a lucrative job offer there. The house seemed to fulfill all my needs at that time, hence it appeared to be a match. I would lease the house and eventually buy it, they could their two-house problem. day came and the first of many controversies over a crazy year occurred with the owner’s resentful * daughter’s attempts to disrupt the move. Revelations of hidden neglect and in the house soon became evident. Nevertheless, I drew up renovation plans and tenaciously held onto the dream of eventually owning this house and remaining on the street with the people I knew for so many years. Finally, reality burst the bubble when the house inspection and two contractor quotes revealed that the house had profound issues and renovation costs would equal the home’s $150K asking price. Three months before the lease expired, I began looking for a current place, this time, 60 miles away in the country and dramatically closer to my job. I learned a lot from that experience which today I refer to as my homeowner test period. In the I concluded that sometimes you need a stepping stone home, to acquire the you really want.

  18. Leila Marie Laylah

    @samotage Totally. I was with a friend of mine, visiting her aunt who had various animals, and who had recently taken in a rescue dog. My friend approached this extremely rescue dog whom she had never met before, saying “ruhruhruhr” (kind of a low, barky/growly sound) bending over (towering over the dog) and attempting to give a rough “love you up” tussle. Guess what. The dog bit her hard, and drew blood, out of fear. Duh. She had essentially greeted this with the human equivalent of a full-on threatening assault. Worst part: the dog was down as a result.

  19. BaileyBriceTeagan

    alex,i had my tub reglazed. it cost $250 (for straight-up white) and it looks fantastic. the that did it also reglazes tile (they all do) and that costs between $3-$4/square foot depending on which dwelling you with.

  20. Reginald Davian Prince M.

    Maybe catch two white square pedestals with decorative molding that matches the fireplace and them on either side of the heater? At least then it may a diminutive more integrated, an electric fireplace or something. If not that, maybe impartial building a white box that surrounds its sides and top (leaving area between as needed) If its starts at the fireplace and is deep enough to encase the heater, you might be a better off. Its the stupidity of having the heater floating in front of the fireplace that makes this worse. Anchoring it will aid a bit.

  21. FinleyColette

    @cakowalik – Guess I should rubbing dirt on my furniture now.Really, really hoping no one ran outside to some inspiration-dirt to rub on their chair legs…

  22. Raven-Jessie

    as a follow-up, I did * up selling the tables. First I sent the pictures and a general email to a bunch of dealers from Firstdibs.com. There prices gave me a general consensus of the value of tables. A local buyer matched this consensus. Craigslist was not as the only buyers who showed up were bottom-feeders looking to haircut me on price. Thanks for the tips!

  23. Diego Braedon Cason T.

    Having grown up in a country where majority homes had a separate WC (no sink though) I found it really when I moved to Canada that toilets are integrated into the bathroom. Now, after 2 decades, I would never switch back. The conception of having to several doors to to the sink (after I the toilet) would drive me nuts, and I am NOT particularly germophobic.Also, as a woman, I would not want to bear to change a * if a sink was not close by (sorry if TMI).

  24. Ana

    I hope that in a few years you will outgrown decorating with wine bottles and gape some more colors. Of course, I panted the inside of my first pepto-pink and accessorized with plates, so I really should my mouth shut.

  25. Drake-Cortez

    We the same dinky tikes bounce house too, got it for our sons 2nd year birthday- hes now 4 and its been one of our best purchases to date! in the summer we can it outside… its a hit for partys/play-dates! In the months (we live in WI) we can bring it into the den, theres enough space, and the kids can burn off energy!

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  27. Kristina@1979

    I am such an introvert that I to my free time alone. Don’t me I am social and attain going out with friends it’s after a while I want to be alone. Thankfully I don’t a roommate, a lover or kids living with me, my two fur babies and I it. It’s been a few weeks since I had a total chill at alone day but I am looking forward to this Friday when I no plans other than to be in comfy lounge wear and play some computer games. So perfect. ~

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