Saturday, October 20, 2012

Asian Inspired Divider

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.
  • Affordable. 
How about you guys? What do like for your house decors? :) 

35 comments:

  1. 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. :-)

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  2. hmn... that would be a nice idea to divide kitchen and dining area...just add a little something and it would be perfect... :-)

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  3. 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 :)

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  4. I want something made out of glass. Or something that I could do just buying raw materials in Divisoria.

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  5. those bamboo dividers are great

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  6. Cool! Decors are too sweet for my eyes. :)

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  7. I didn't notice the glass panel at first. I only realized it when you mention it.

    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.

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  8. good idea! i think this is easy to DIY at home. :)

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  9. 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.

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  10. used to have these dividers when i was younger at my moms house to divide the kitchen and the dining area.

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  11. 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.

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  12. Nice interior there. Like what you said,as much as possible affordable but durable and can be easily modified and matched wall paints.

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  13. i like the bamboo dividers but i dont think it will work at home.

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  14. This is so nice! I love everything with an Asian touch!

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  15. 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.

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  16. I love bamboos but only at my garden, not inside my house..

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  17. a combination of native and modern.. very nice! :)

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  18. nice idea... my sister in law loves this type of bamboo and has used this in her garden and in her bathroom as divider...

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  19. Looks a nice divider. But not that good if you wanna hide or really divide spaces from bare eyes.

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  20. Nice. My aunt is fond of mixing bamboos in her decor. I will show this to her.

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  21. Very fine and looks so cozy restaurant.

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  22. functionality and space-saving design is what I look for in home decors. our apartment unit is small, so every space should really count.

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  23. I like mine simple, not cluttered, practical, multi-purpose and black/white/red/grey toned.:) Nice idea for a divider, very natural and relaxing. :)

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  24. Ang ganda nga nung divider. Would work even without a glass panel, para less expensive na rin. :)

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  25. Nice this divider gives the house a height effect.

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  26. 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. :-)

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  27. I love your blog!! When I get to purchase my own house, I'll make sure to circle back to you for ideas.

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  28. Loving the simplicity and effectiveness of these dividers

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  29. Mahilig ka talaga sa may Asian touch, Kriz. Ako naman eh feel ko ang mga modern and contemporary designs :)

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