Asian Bedroom

Geometry is inherent in every aspect of this symmetrical master bedroom. The shapes and colors of the patchwork bedding add visual interest and are balanced by the simple horizontal lines of the headboard and the antique Burmese artifact hung above it. Photo by Ralph Alswang.

Minimalism is a key component of the Asian style. By placing a bamboo plant next to this antique rocker with a natural colored throw and pillow, the sitting area feels calm and inviting.

Five antique Chinese carvings create a dramatic headboard for the queen size bed in this room while cobalt blue tiles frame the bed as the focal point. The bed's side and end rails give balance to the height of the headboard and eliminated the need for any skirting.

A special faux wall finish, custom bedding, drapes and cornice give this master bedroom some serious Asian style.

The neutral color palette of the guest room’s bed linens and pillows contrasts with the richness of the red wall; carefully selected art and accessories create a memorable vignette.

This bedroom exemplifies how to make guests feel truly special! The green color scheme provides relaxing qualties and helps bring the outdoors in. Window treatments with simple lines enhance the view of the gardens while adding elegance.

Chinese wall hangings helped provide the color theme for this guest bedroom. The daybed was designed using two antique Chinese carvings in the head and footboard. While silk fabric allows the wall hangings to become the focal point in the room.

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