When I was about to take my flight back to the Philippines last Oct 7 from Siem Riep Cambodia, I chanced upon this nicely decorated restaurant inside the airport. Having an eye for good interior designs and a great love for Asian inspired decors, I suddenly fell in love with this wonderful work of art! An improvised divider adorned with some pieces of bamboo sticks against a clear glass panel. The nicely designed peach colored ceiling lamps complement the Asian inspired divider. Cool!
Whenever I choose a design especially if it's for my own house, I have a number of requirements:
- It should be unique.
- Can be modified.
- Made of readily available materials.
- With an Asian touch.
- Cool and appealing to the eyes.
That looks like a perfect adornment for a rest house...I guess even your regular everyday house hehehe...I like that it gives a natural feel...taking the outdoors inside the house. That kind of thing. :-)ReplyDelete
hmn... that would be a nice idea to divide kitchen and dining area...just add a little something and it would be perfect... :-)ReplyDelete
The design looks tropical :) I agree with you that design has to be affordable and can be modified easily...especially when you want to change themes on a quarterly basis :)ReplyDelete
I want something made out of glass. Or something that I could do just buying raw materials in Divisoria.ReplyDelete
Neat looking. Nice :)ReplyDelete
those bamboo dividers are greatReplyDelete
Cool! Decors are too sweet for my eyes. :)ReplyDelete
I didn't notice the glass panel at first. I only realized it when you mention it.ReplyDelete
Home decoration is not really my forte. Probably because I grew up in a very small room with my family. Now, I am not still good at it. As a matter of fact I don't have any standard when it comes to home decoration. I only buy the things/furniture which will be used.
good idea! i think this is easy to DIY at home. :)ReplyDelete
When I choose the deco for our house the main requirement is that it must be kid friendly. The others like looks etc are secondary.ReplyDelete
It looks nice, plus easy to doReplyDelete
very very nice idea...ReplyDelete
used to have these dividers when i was younger at my moms house to divide the kitchen and the dining area.ReplyDelete
I am in love for anything that you can put in the house. When my mom and I go out, we love spending time in home depots for ideas.ReplyDelete
Nice interior there. Like what you said,as much as possible affordable but durable and can be easily modified and matched wall paints.ReplyDelete
i like the bamboo dividers but i dont think it will work at home.ReplyDelete
This is so nice! I love everything with an Asian touch!ReplyDelete
I agree with the asian touch too. I like this type of design. Space saver. I think ganito na ata mga uso especially sa mga condos right? Visiting from CommEx 10/16.ReplyDelete
I love bamboos but only at my garden, not inside my house..ReplyDelete
Really unique! Very Asian. =)ReplyDelete
a combination of native and modern.. very nice! :)ReplyDelete
nice idea... my sister in law loves this type of bamboo and has used this in her garden and in her bathroom as divider...ReplyDelete
Looks a nice divider. But not that good if you wanna hide or really divide spaces from bare eyes.ReplyDelete
Nice. My aunt is fond of mixing bamboos in her decor. I will show this to her.ReplyDelete
Very fine and looks so cozy restaurant.ReplyDelete
I love the desig, very cozy... :)ReplyDelete
functionality and space-saving design is what I look for in home decors. our apartment unit is small, so every space should really count.ReplyDelete
I like mine simple, not cluttered, practical, multi-purpose and black/white/red/grey toned.:) Nice idea for a divider, very natural and relaxing. :)ReplyDelete
Ang ganda nga nung divider. Would work even without a glass panel, para less expensive na rin. :)ReplyDelete
Nice this divider gives the house a height effect.ReplyDelete
You talk like a real designer pro and I bet you are. I don't have a particular design in mind but when I'll have my own house, which I hope will be soon, then I'll surely consult an interior designer like you. :-)ReplyDelete
I love your blog!! When I get to purchase my own house, I'll make sure to circle back to you for ideas.ReplyDelete
Loving the simplicity and effectiveness of these dividersReplyDelete
Mahilig ka talaga sa may Asian touch, Kriz. Ako naman eh feel ko ang mga modern and contemporary designs :)ReplyDelete