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With its geometric symmetry and Asian influence, this wall mirror adds distinction to your favorite setting. Crafted of iron with a burnished gold-leaf finish, the frame features a subtly textured bamboo pattern.
Channel your inner Nick and Nora with this chic and charming wrought iron bar cart. It features a removable top tray and stemware racks to make entertaining easier, so you can mix up cocktails with clever aplomb and delight guests with your retro style. Asta, sit!
The Hayworth Bar Cart
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This Chinese mirror from the 19th century is a stunning example of craftsmanship from an age past. Detailed hand-carved camphor, this antique mirror will make your entryway stately.
Carved Chinese Mirror
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A stunning mirror — Chinese elm made to resemble bamboo, in the most luscious aqua blue. I would love it in a beach house, a child's room, a foyer or a bedroom. So summery.
I have this piece in my own house and I get compliments on it every time someone walks through the door. Great for an entryway or even paired with a simple bathroom vanity, this is definitely a piece that makes a statement.
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 bamboo mirror is gorgeous! I would definitely show this baby off right in my entryway. With bamboo motifs being hits this year, you can’t go wrong with anything bamboo shaped or framed.
This rustic and natural driftwood mirror would be perfect for a ranch house. The imperfections are what make this mirror unique.
I love this crazy faux bamboo mirror, because it has a hit of argyle pattern to it, making it the perfect choice for adding a bit of preppy Palm Beach style.
I would place this gilded faux bamboo beauty over a well-stocked bar cart or above a chest of drawers in a large entryway.
I love the shape of this iron mirror, and it has great details like beveling, a hand-painted antiqued gold finish and black band accents.
It's got tropical bamboo, and a hint of classic Greek Key pattern. Combined, it makes this regency style mirror one I'd use in to give a room some Asian flair or to add an exotic touch to a more traditional space.Expertly pieced fretwork frameRich honey stainHangs vertically or horizontally27 1/2"W...
This beautiful mirror will bring big regency style to any room in your home, whether you choose to hang it over a console table, a mantle, a powder room sink or a dressing table. White is rather elegant, but I'm envisioning this baby in the red option - wouldn't that be stunning?
This is an important piece in the makings of a great entryway. Hang this over a console table and you're well on your way.
Gold Pagoda Mirror
I had two of these mirrors in the master bath in my last home, and one would be beautiful in a foyer. The bamboo iron is stately and simple at the same time.
A faux bamboo Greek key mirror is such a classic. There are a lot of affordable versions on the market.
Oval and round mirrors are one of my favorite decorative accents. This one featuring dragons on its crown is a great way to pull in some chinoiserie elements.
The simplicity of this mirror can work in any style of room and would look great above a mantel, console or dresser.
For a fun element in a masculine den, add a little shine. We love the tailored shape and Greek key design of this piece and can see it over a mantel.
A master bath doesn't have to have a plain sheet mirror for morning shaves. This bamboo mirror is sure to give everyone a better view.
A dining room filled with antiques is beautiful, but all those proper pieces can start to feel a little stuffy. Adding a bamboo mirror over the buffet infuses unexpected style into a formal room.
This red, lacquered, pagoda mirror in faux bamboo is a great statement piece that would look great over a console table.
I don't know if I could ever bring myself to spend this kind of moolah on an accent, but I'm in love with this pagoda mirror in the bright red lacquer finish. It's oh-so-Regency!
This is the epitome of chinoiserie chic. I'd love to see this in a girl's room with soft peach and pink accents.
A half bath calls for that perfect statement mirror. This brass version of a bamboo frame is both luxe and laid-back.
A mirror over a dining room mantel is such a great focal point. There's nothing prettier than the reflection of dancing candlelight throughout dinner.
This pagoda mirror from Global Views is great way to add Asian influence to your home. The frame is made of hardwood with an ivory finish, and its 24-inch-by-41-inch size is perfect for above a small table.
Dress your table in rich fall colors. This gorgeous, hand-embroidered table runner will add a touch of warmth and sophistication to any holiday feast or family gathering.
Cherry Vanilla Glamorous Border Table Runner
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Dragons are a symbol of strength and power, and these mirrored monsters are exemplary against the vibrant red background of this decorative umbrella. Handcrafted of cotton and bamboo, this stunning parasol is one you'll turn to every time you need a little oomph in your day.
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This fantastically designed patio umbrella illustrates a pair of Chinese cranes circling two juniper trees. Add this wonderfully handcrafted patio umbrella to your deck or yard for years of unparalleled decoration. - 7 foot umbrella pole constructed of rich stained oak hardwood. - Each umbrella...
This unique bathroom light recalls Prairie School furnishings but has brought them up to date as a beautiful contemporary design.
What little girl wouldn't die over this faux bamboo pagoda chandelier? A great way to perk up a boring hallway or a glamorize a bedroom.
This gold, faux bamboo, two-tier table makes a very elegant small chinoiserie-style bar. Constructed of gilded metal and antiqued, mirrored glass, it is foldable and the top tray is removable to use as a serving tray.
The bamboo detailing and mirrored top make these antique nesting tables a great option for a traditional or French style home.
This eclectic side table recalls the style of one of my favorite designers, John Dickinson. It adds personality as well as a glamorous glossy lacquer finish.
Even in a room without an Asian motif, this jade elephant would still look traditional and glamorous.
Have an entry or hall that needs a table but most are just too wide. Check out the Ananda Serving table. Only 12" deep, it's perfect for a hall, entry or dining room that is too small to support a large serving or accent table. The Asian influence in the style of this table adds another...
I have one of these tray tables and it is beautifully made and a fantastic value. With its mirrored tray, fretwork, and antique white finish, this will work anywhere as a great little chinoiserie bar. This is a wonderful deal! Similar ones are out there at more than ten times this price.
This console has an old world Asian style that's beatiful, and lots of space that's practical. Two drawers for silverware and table linens, 12-16 slots for wine bottles, and lots of space on top to spread out...your spread!
Wonderful vintage and antique bar carts can still be found. This French, circa 1940s, solid bronze faux bamboo bar cart has mercury distressed mirrored shelves. A vintage piece adds instant glamour and character to any room.
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