Guest Picks: Fabulous Foo Dogs
— Beth from Chinoiserie Chic
Making a pair of red lacquer foo dog lamps would be a great DIY idea.
Here is a beautiful pair for all you lovers of blue and white.
This is an especially nice pair of vintage foo dogs with great bold colors.
This gorgeous antique silk foo dog panel would make a stunning piece of art for the wall.
I love the turquoise blue color and the matching finials on this darling pair of foo dog lamps.
Here is an incredible pair of antique Chinese cloisonne foo dog nodders.
A Herend foo dog is an exquisite choice for the Herend collector like me.
These Barbara Cosgrove foo dog lamps with brown silk shades are adored by interior designers — very dramatic in an entryway.
This limited edition embroidered foo dog pillow is 100-percent linen. It is also available in right-facing.
These chic turquoise blue lamps come in right-facing or left-facing with black silk shades — these are great colors.
This is a stunning, red embroidered foo dog tapestry.
Classic yet modern, these white foo dog lamps with white linen shades will work in so many spaces.
These foo dogs have multicolor glazes giving them a unique look.
This lovely Chinese porcelain lamp sports a red foo dog.
This is a yuzu-scented, hand-poured gold foo dog soap. What a great hostess gift!
Here's a darling little green foo dog box to hold your jewels.
Blue foo dogs are all the rage (look in any shelter magazine). This is a great price for such a good size pair.
These pink foo dogs from Hillary Thomas are too cute!
Here's an impressive and rather ferocious pair to guard your front door.
These jade foo dog statues have lovely detailing.
This foo dog has been printed on a vintage dictionary page. I would choose a more Asian-looking frame.
This is an especially well detailed pair of blue and white foo dogs for the collector.
This is a hand-carved teak reproduction of the pair of foo dogs guarding the front gate of the Forbidden City.
This style and color are popular with interior designers.
You will find many ginger jars capped with foo dogs.
This is a great DIY project. They have added lucite bases and metallic shades to a pair of vintage foo dogs to create these great lamps.
Here's a unique piece — a foo dog garden stool.
This antique French foo dog candelabra is a bit of a mixed metaphor.
This pair of foo dog vases in strong reds and oranges is quite dramatic.
This antique French foo dog candelabra is an odd mix.
These Dransfield & Ross orange foo dog napkin rings would be show-stoppers on your table.
This small porcelain foo dog lamp with silk shade has a fabulous price.
Fuchsia foo dog candles are so fun for your table.
Here is a great example of a white foo dog lamp with a brown shade. This has a very modern, but classic look.
Green is a hot color in interior design and this pair of jade green foo dogs is a great choice.
Foo dogs can even be found on the always popular blue and white Chinese porcelain garden stool.
This is a well-priced silk embroidery with foo dogs.
I like this classic and formal pair of blanc de Chine foo dogs. They would be lovely in a formal entryway or dining room.
These wonderful outdoor foo dogs in cast stone can guard your entrance.
I would use this stunning Thomas Paul wool foo dog scarf as a table runner.Next: More Good Dogs in Design