Asian Style: Creative Ideas for Enhancing Your Space
The Asian Style Source Book features the design and decoration of Japan and China. This includes embroidery, lacquerware, and calligraphy, as well as screens, temples, and tea ceremonies. This book pays close attention to the famous gardens of Asia, including Chinese gardens, stepping stones, Japanese gardens, Zen gardens, and water gardens.
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