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Well, I could never have this planter, because my cat would climb it and eat and destroy the orchids, but if you don't have a crazy cat, I'm jealous. The ladder adds a new dimension to a room or patio and makes a beautiful display.
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...
This fretwork Chinese chippendale chair is a classic that is an ideal choice for a dining room or office.
Special white glove delivery rates of $99 or less apply in the San Francisco Bay Area! Shipping charges will be calculated at checkout. Free local pickup also available. The paint and ironwork on these wheels are exceptional! They look amazing and strongly graphic perched against a wall. From...
I can't say I've evre seen a bamboo sink used in the kitchen, but that's part of the appeal. If you're looking for an unexpected addition to your kitchen, this could be the way to go.
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!
With its satin nickel finish and pagoda shape, a couple of these over an island would give a kitchen a subtle and elegant chinoiserie feel.
This traditional tea jar is hand-painted in soothing shades of turquoise to resemble the textural look of shagreen. It’s topped with a warm, lustrous bronze lid for a beautiful study in contrasts. Group several together for creative storage in your kitchen, or use as a focal point on a dining table...
Asian Porcelain Bronze Tea Jar
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It's not just a wok, it's a work of art, designed following the feng shui principle of energy balance. Let this graceful, functional piece inspire you to acts of culinary sublimity.
I'll be honest, I don't know a whole heck of a lot about grilling, but from what I've heard, this heavy duty bad boy can seriously get the job done. What's more, its tile exterior can be customized in a wide range of colors, so it'll grill your meal and look good while doing so.
Kamado OTB Grill
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 Asian sideboard will not only bring some exotic style to your dining room but also a burst of bold color. It's got plenty of storage for your flatware, linens, even a gravy boat to boot!
Based on the classic Chinese farmers' stools found in the countryside, the Shinto stool adds harmony to a room, and its curved surface makes for a more comfortable seat.
Scalamandre's "Baldwin Bamboo" wallpaper will never go out of style. Use it anywhere from a powder room, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen to a sun room, and it will make that room your favorite room in the house.
I love bamboo not just because of its warm wood tones and striations, but also because it's a sustainable, fast-growing resource. This sink also has minimal design that complements the material particularly well.
With its chic pagoda styling, this metal etagere has room for wine bottles, wines glasses, and lots more. This would work in a living room, dining room or kitchen.
Pagoda Wine Storage Etagere
This red faux bamboo chandelier would be the focal point of your kitchen, breakfast room or dining room.
I swear you won't want to go without one of these handy buddies in your happy kitchen. Small and practical handheld vacuum cleaners are the best for cleaning up the mess after a cooking spree. Crumbs on the countertops and dining table will disappear in an instant — and with a colorful fellow in...
Meg's Braff's Nanking Stripe wallpaper would be a perfect choice for a dining room, breakfast room or kitchen in a traditional home.
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Bamboo and Birds" hand-painted wallpaper is classic yet fun and would work in so many spaces. Interior designer William Eubanks used this in yellow in a stunning dining room that was featured in Veranda.
This unique and exotic sideboard will add Asian style to your home. Let it be the one distressed piece in the room that hogs a lot of attention!
This is classic goodness with a chinoiserie vibe. It would be a stunner in the living room or at the dining table.
How to describe this stunning chandy? The delicate fabric transports me to Venice, the style transports me to Japan, the discs transport me to an another planet, via a UFO.
The Summer Palace ginger jar lamp in green is a showstopper. A pair in an entryway or dining room would be gorgeous.
Placed in the hall, in the foyer, in the kitchen or in the living room, this bench will surely be a welcome place to rest.
Red Asian Bench
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 stunning Peter Dunham fabric is exotic and relaxing, full of intricate details and a bold pattern overall.
Maple Silk 70-Inch By 16-Inch Table Runner
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Arabian Velvet 70-Inch by 17-Inch Table Runner
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A table fit for an emperor. You may not be hosting royalty, but this exotic oriental table runner will make it look like you are. The exquisitely designed piece — available in six colors — will transform your table into a true regal setting.
Exotic Oriental Table Runner
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Add an element of luxury to your tabletop. The intricate and unique design of this hand-embroidered table runner is sure to attract everyone’s attention. It’s like having another piece of art to display.
Luxurious Artistry Hand-Embroidered Table Runner
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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.
Paul Montgomery Studio's "Warrenton" hand-painted wallpaper is whimsical and elegant, reflecting the best in classic chinoiserie design.
Floral patterns often get a bad rap. They're instantly written off as strictly traditional, old lady, staid. But this one ticks none of those boxes. Instead it reminds me of Japanese woodblock prints, while the palette feels totally current.
Comes in 2 sizes. This is a great backless bar stool if you're looking for a modern alternative to a Asian style Shinto stool.
If you watched Mary McDonald's show Million Dollar Decorator, you know her love of chinoiserie. This tangerine colorway is by far my favorite for this fabric.
I think that this Chinese placemat is so very elegant and unique. It would be lovely featured in the center of the table, beneath some colorful flowers. It would also add a fantastic layer if placed atop another cotton placemat of a contrasting color — I'm thinking yellow.
I'll try just about anything that means I don't have to pull out the iron. If that means my placemats are going to be made out of small river rocks, so be it.
A modern and chic take on a Chinese Chippendale bar cart. This bar cart offers the ultimate in style and storage. It is custom made of plantation wood in your choice of 11 colors. Its two drawers, wine racks, and stemware racks offer great functionality as well.
Scalamandre's "Petit Chinois" wallpaper would be great in a bedroom to create an elegant and soothing retreat.
This fabric has the look of bamboo fretwork in a very crisp red and white that will really pop as an accent fabric in a room.
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