Beautiful Asian interior design home with a highly functional stainless steel kitchen. Home includes gorgeous private pool area... by egue & seta.
Have you been to any places somewhere in Asia? Perhaps many of you are from there or have taken a vacation for quite some time in China, Japan or Korea.
Don’t you know that many have been fascinated with the uniqueness and the coolness of Asian designs? Some of which have been incorporated with so many Western designs nowadays.
The Zen like stillness in the atmosphere imbibing the serenity of nature is likewise achieved through meditating and creating balance with the designs. Some Asians believe in Feng Sui, specifically Chinese, which is a system or law that has something to say with the spatial arrangement vis-à-vis qi or energy. This means that there are points in arranging or positioning buildings, furniture or other objects that may or may not give a negative force or energy. One of the significant symbolic pieces of nature this system loves is water; water fountains, pools, or fish ponds located in a specific spot is said to drive away approaching negative qi.
However, other than that, an Asian inspired house is simply having a more harmonized house with so much connection with nature, culture and the like. Whence, adding a few Buddha statues, ceramic pots or potted lucky bamboos could give your modern house a touch of Asia.
Having an Asian inspired house may not be entirely Asian but may have some incorporations with other designs too, such as a few touches of Asia in a contemporary living room, in the bathroom, dining area or kitchen.
And speaking of kitchens, one of the amazing finishes that makes up both Asian and contemporary (a.k.a. trendy) designs is featured here, which is an Asian Inspired House with Stainless Steel Kitchen.
A stainless steel kitchen has been part of the contemporary or modern designs these days, having almost everything in the kitchen made of steel, starting from the kitchen counter and cabinets up to the sink.
Here you will see and find out how well things go with an Asian Inspired House with Stainless Steel Kitchen and some parts of it. Check out this beautifully featured home below.
Designed by egue & seta
Asian design loves nature so much. With this, trees and other greenery are given so much care, and in return, they give coolness and tranquility to the environment.
A cool and clean pool is so refreshing and reflects cleansing to the atmosphere and so does the healthy plants that transpire calmness.
Well-maintained greenery with ground covered with green grasses, a nice growing tree in a planter box around and curving steps heading on the house’ porch.
Asian inspired designs are into colors as well. This bathroom is highlighted with vivacious colors of blue green and light green. While the plain wood sink counter touches them with an earthy tone.
Pendant lamps lighten up the bathroom showing how smooth the wooded floor to wall texture is.
This is the stainless steel kitchen with steel kitchen counter bottom support and wooden top, steel cabinet doors, and high rise stool.
With these extra bright pendant lamps, the beauty of this kitchen is made even more visible. As you can see, the ornate tile patterns, wood top and steel cabinets are wonderfully present.
The geometrical Asian tile patterns on the flooring and wall are quite stunning while the steel cabinets and kitchen fixtures shimmer as the light shines on them.
The wooden top dining table is emerging on the view right next to the kitchen. As you can see, aside from steel, wooden materials are present. Asian inspired design embraces natural materials.
Wooden top dining table with four seats are hovered above with two up-sized pendant lamps, while the flooring is plain and simple.
On the opposite of the dining area and stainless steel kitchen is the wooden staircase that leads to the bedrooms.
A tranquil and relaxing rest room with pure white touches on the walls, while the floor seems industrial as it remains in its raw and concrete look without tiling. There are a few touches of nature on the frame, potted plants and wooden shelves.
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An industrial design with touch of Asian here. The wheeled corner table with wooden lamp, a steel center table with a head artifact, bare flooring, wooden walls and shelves, appeared to be part of a compact yet cool bedroom.
The statue standing right on the corner of the glass walls appears to be Buddha, a Chinese symbolic figure of their spirituality.
Asian figures, carpets and nature is reflected here. The glass walls allows the the beauty of outside nature to be seen from the inside.
Spiral wooden staircase with a window on the side wall lets you glance out for nature viewing while walking upstairs, a high and sturdy railings are provided to give you hold.
Glass wall bedrooms see through to the planted greenery outside them.
Upon entering the bedroom entrance, a shelf of Asian artifacts and figures stand still right in front while on the other side is indoor landscaping.
The white paint and the glass walls make the room even more brighter as these allow day light to come in, adding to the colorful bed sheet, carpet and ottoman.
Peeking through the glass wall is the greenery planted in the indoor landscaping.
Most Asian inspired designs love artsy backdrops. A stylish wooden backdrop serves as a decorative headboard that matches the wood flooring.
Simple and plain lines and colors on the cabinets show the minimalist side of this design. The open closet exposing the contents gives it a little twist.
Series of light bulbs hanging on the door’s side frame provides lighting to the passage and indoor landscape.
A unique, one of a kind idea of infusing bird houses in the bedroom while the yellow color neutralizes the soft and cool color with a warmer touch.
Opposite the wooden staircase is the bathroom. Peeking on its entrance is the wooden sink counter with a mirror, a pendant lamp and shelf underneath it.
Tiny pieces of tiles are vividly attached to form an entire bathroom flooring and wall. A comfy bath tub is working well, a functional wooden stool for your books and under sink shelf for toiletries and towels are installed for your convenience.