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The perfect accent piece, this subtle yet statement-making console will fit seamlessly into your decor. It’s crafted in homage to Chinese antiques, using salvaged wood and traditional carpentry techniques. Note how the crackled paint and layers of lacquer impart an authentically aged feel.
Console Table 3 Drawer
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Like a look inside the Forbidden City, this piece has a secret. It's an antique-inspired, distressed, red lacquer chest on the outside. But coax the front off and it becomes a stool and table at the ready to pay bills, put on your makeup or check email.
Chinese Desk With Hidden Stool-Red
No rubber stamps on this desk. Each piece is unique and one of a kind, thanks to reclaimed woods and hand-painted, distressed finishes. The base is light and airy, with double pedestals and drawers that sport Chippendale lattice shelves and a matching top with marble insets.
Large Lattice Desk With Marble
This little desk is so sweet and comes in a variety of different finishes. I love the sophisticated take on the faux bamboo look.
I have this file case in my living room, acting as a media center. While it's definitely a bit of a beast to put together, once it's complete it feels sturdy and looks great.
There is some sort of principal of Feng Shui that advocates keeping the area underneath your bed cleared out. That is easy to accomplish with the Zola platform bed. Also, it's a few inches higher than most platform beds, making it less of a challenge to roll out of it and onto your feet when that...
This table is sleek and modern with an Asian-inspired flair. It’s like taking an overseas trip, only you’re staying in your entryway.
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.
I like the contemporary, Asian feel of this vanity. It's light and airy and makes you feel like you're in a spa.
ZEN Vanity Set
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.
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.
This Chippendale-style chair in glossy white could work equally well at a fancy desk or in a casual, beach-y living room.
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
Let's face it: Desk lamps can be boring. We'd mix it up with this great lamp that's perfect for illuminating important papers — and looking fabulous in the process.
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.
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!
Handcrafted of wrought iron with a thick marble top, this piece makes for a chic and sophisticated bar. With its sleek lines and low profile, it is highly adaptable to many spaces.
Asian Coffee Tables
This exotic and intricate screen is a beautiful way to break up the space in a large room. It would also make a great headboard, if you spread it out flat against the wall.
Indochine Folding Screen
So many bookshelves and cabinets are SUCH a snooze-fest. It's really a tragic. This Asian-inspired chest has covered space beneath and open shelves above. Oh, and that distressed green color palette and lattice work is simply to die for.
Chinese 2-Door Shelf
I just love the detailing on the front of this medium sized cabinet. It has Asian style and also recalls a Greek-key pattern a bit. Either way, it's a wonderful regency piece with a bit of retro appeal. It's perfect for a media cabinet or nightstand.
This fretwork Chinese chippendale chair is a classic that is an ideal choice for a dining room or office.
This is a unique writing desk table which is made of elm wood. It should be very nice to put in your bedroom or living room. Its legs have U shape cross designed. This desk was hand made using Chinese joinery methods, hence ensuring it as a long lasting piece.
Look at this unique computer desk which is made of solid elm wood. Especially, it comes with rolling cover, and has many drawers for storage. It can be used as writing table or computer desk.
Writing desk, circa 1880, with obvious Western influences, has four drawers with restored original hardware, and decorative apron. Beautiful finish on the single floating panel top shows the wood grain well.
This is a modern style writing desk with three closed drawers and one center open tray drawer. It has an elegant and oriental simple design. The natural yellowish brown color and wood grain of the wood also creates an uniquness of the table.
Sumo Size Armoire! This awesome 900-pound (yes you read that right!) Asian masterpiece of scholar-tree-wood and hand-made iron-hardware. This piece has impeccable hand-hewn joinery. Reminiscent of a Japanese tansu, but far more beautiful. It has a substantial drop-front desk and breath-taking...
Beautiful Chinese Antique Desk ( Late Qing Dynasty ). Material: Elm; Origin: Zhejiang province; Size ( cm ): L 91, W 51, H 88
Look at this Chinese antique table which is made of HuaLi Mu is also called Rose wood. Especially, there has dragon and phoenix detail carving around the table. It was used as altar table long time ago in China, right now, you can use it as computer table or writing desk.
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