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The Double Happiness Long Bench can bring you quadruple happiness, working well as a dining bench, entryway piece, bedroom bench or coffee table. Its style adds a bit of ornament and the Orient to the space.
This fretwork Chinese chippendale chair is a classic that is an ideal choice for a dining room or office.
Faux bamboo is becoming a classic accent piece. Pair with a table or desk, or just tuck it into a corner. I'd update the fabric to coordinate with the room.
Faux bamboo Accent Chair
Chinese Chippendale chairs in pink? Oh, yes! Paired with black and gold in a dining room, these would be sensational.
Originally designed for the E.E. Boyton home in 1907, these Frank Lloyd Wright-designed dining chairs are a chance to own a piece of masterful American Arts and Crafts and architectural history.
The Tang side chair has just the pop you've been looking for in your dining room. Its modern square back and straight legs are no-nonsense, and the beautiful fretwork carving shows dimension and sophistication. The great glossy red finish doesn't hurt its charm either.
The Tempo Torino Dining Chair features a solid hardwood frame with solid wood legs. It is upholstered in allegro suede leather, which adds both a hint of luxury to your table and is conveniently stain resistant. The Tempo Torino Dining Chair dresses up any table with its good looks, which providing...
Award-winning beautiful, exceedingly comfortable luxury curved dining room chair, made to very high design, function and ecological standards.
Handmade in the East Bay in the finest Arts & Crafts tradition, these 8 dining room chairs were custom made in 2000 and need a loving new home just in time for the holidays! The leather seat cushions have a few modest stains here and there, but the wood and joinery are in fantastic shape. 17.5"...
This majestic 18th-century Queen-Ann chair is hand painted with an opulent Chinoiserie gold scenery motif that makes it an elegant work of art. It is an eye catching piece wherever it is placed. Silk cushion sold @ $45.00 each. This would be stunning as a dining room chair, a desk chair, or in an...
This chair is a very well known and popular chair designed in 1950 by Hans Wegner. The Wishbone chair as it is often called due to the shape of the back,is a light chair and a relatively small piece of furniture. The curved hind legs and the semicircular top rail together with the elegant Y-back...
Dining Table in Teak Wood. The table top surface is a Granite Slab. The table was specifically designed for a small dining area so that the bench like seats can be stowed away when not in use & brought out when there are more people using the table.
The corner detail of the Dining Table. The Granite slab edge is reverse beveled so as to halve the slab & to give it thin profile.
Kitchen World provides most styles of vogue furnishing and interiors and provides every kind of fashion arrangements and configurations in home interior, kitchen design and wooden furniture.
Chinoiserie is still much loved, and the classic Chinese Chippendale chair, whether a valuable Hollywood Regency vintage find or a new reproduction, is a staple. This one comes in three different colors.
Chinese Chippendale Chair
This is the dining table of my dreams. It would look great paired with some upholstered chairs in a vibrant fabric. This piece has amazing detailing on it that echoes back to the Palm Beach style of the 1970s.
Have I mentioned that bar stools and counter stools are a kitchen designer's nemesis? Trying to find new ones, comfortable ones, etc. is a tall order. These are the most comfortable and versatile ones I've found that are backless. Don't be fooled by imitations, this one has a curved seat that makes...
I love this take on a classic Chippendale chair, and the color just gives it a little extra spunk. I'd love these as host and hostess chairs at a dining table, flanking a console table, or as a sassy desk chair.
This is your chance to own a piece of history. These barrel armchairs, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Taliesin (that's the first Taliesin, the tragic one, in Wisconsin), are a true piece of iconic American architecture history.
This Chippendale-style chair in glossy white could work equally well at a fancy desk or in a casual, beach-y living room.
Add a pop of honeysuckle to your desk area with this fabulous lacquered chippendale chair. We would pair it with a simple white parsons desk so the chair is the star of the show.
I am not sure anyone else in this world can do paisley like Peter Dunham. This beautiful and exotic fabric would make gorgeous window treatments or duvet covers. This print is available in a range of scrumptious colors, but peacock is my favorite.
A favorite of interior designers, this mirror looks amazing in an entryway, dining room, above a mantle, above a desk — anywhere you want Chinoiserie drama.
This is classic goodness with a chinoiserie vibe. It would be a stunner in the living room or at the dining table.
This stunning Peter Dunham fabric is exotic and relaxing, full of intricate details and a bold pattern overall.
You can get the faux bamboo look on your upholstered pieces with this fabric. I love the creamy blue in this modern take by Annette Tatum.
While the term "lotus" certainly alludes to Asia, this pattern is not just for exotic spaces. Mix it with crisp, clean linens for a modern look. This shade of orange is perfection.
This stunning pagoda bar cabinet by Century Furniture would make quite an elegant focal point in your home. I love the pagoda top, fretwork, and ample storage capacity.
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