A moderately priced piece of wall art is a great way to bring in the dragon flare. This print is a reproduction of an original sumi-e (Japanese brush painting) that boasts beautiful lines and brushstrokes.
You cannot have a nod to the dragon without a flame. This chic candle's pink champagne scent is just begging to be lit. When the smell is gone and the flame has faded, it has the potential to become a practical vessel.
I think that everyone should have at least one garden stool in their home. This classic shape is enhanced by the dragons in relief, and the pearly white paint is reminiscent of the mythical animal's precious pearl.
I love Chinese-style lanterns, and this one with its elegant lines and frosted glass would make a beautiful light fixture in a foyer or vestibule.
One of my favorite Tiffany & Co. china collections is the Cirque Chinois collection. These porcelain pieces are all hand-painted Limoges porcelain by the Tiffany Paris studio. It's luxury in a cup!
These massive, matching ginger jars with painted dragons are large enough to make a bold statement, but still classic in shape and color.
This reproduction of the 19th century clawfoot tub is a luxurious yet subtle way to add a dragon to your home.
This dragon medallion has the Chinese character for "double happiness." It would make a striking accent on any console table.
I love the combination of textures, embroidery and pearlescent tones that make this dragon bedding so luscious.