Asian Home Decor
Asian Decor, Oriental Wall Fans and Chinese Umbrellas We are the market leaders in providing high quality Oriental decor – Oriental wall fans, Asian umbrellas, Asian furniture and other Oriental works produced in Asia. We have the largest selection of folding Asian wall fans online! Everything on our site is hand painted by Asian craftsmen who love their work and are masters in the Oriental arts. These all-original bamboo-framed, hand-painted wall fans must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. When the large fans are unfolded they measure 60 inches in width and 35 inches in height. The smaller sized folding fans measure 40 inches in width and 24 inches in height. These wall fans make wonderful wall decoration as they are large, attractive and low priced. We are dedicated to bringing you the highest quality Asian wall fans at the most affordable prices.
Asian Home Decor
We are the market leaders in providing high quality Oriental decor – Oriental wall fans, Asian umbrellas, Asian furniture and other Oriental works produced in Asia. We have the largest selection of folding Asian wall fans online! Everything on our site is hand painted by Asian craftsmen who love their work and are masters in the Oriental arts.
Asian Home Decor
Our home décor category is devoted to Asian design floor coverings, bed & bath. Asian home décor is simple, natural, practical, and, consistent with those elements, considered by many, beautiful. Home decorating is a matter of taste. If your tastes lean toward simplicity, practicality, & beauty, you will enjoy our selection.
Asian Home Decor
If elegant, European decor is more your style, add Asian flair with chinoiserie furniture, textiles and accessories. Chinoiserie (a French term meaning “Chinese-esque”) originated in 17th- and 18th-century Europe as a representation of fanciful Chinese influences through intricate and imaginary designs. With a touch of whimsy, the drawings and designs are most often found on cabinets, porcelain objects and embroideries. HGTV fan LaDolfina mixed contemporary decor with chinoiserie influences for an elegant approach to Asian design. The most notable piece of chinoiserie decor is the fireplace and mantel, purchased in the Marais District in Paris.
Asian Home Decor
One of the most recognizable figures in Asian design is Siddhartha Gautama, better known as Buddha or the “Enlightened One.” Gautama was a spiritual teacher in the 5th century B.C. and the founder of Buddhism. The iconic figure of Buddha is represented worldwide with harmonious proportions from head to toe, including elongated earlobes, a notable head elevation, broad, even shoulders and a mark between the eyebrows. Adding a modern-day Buddha statue to your decor is an easy way to bring Asian influence into your home. Design by Marie Burgos. Photography by Francis Augustine
Asian Home Decor
Asian-inspired design doesn’t have to be full of ancient Japanese artifacts or chinoiserie decor. This modern Asian bathroom incorporates the style’s natural elements, like bamboo and orchids, with modern materials and hues. The suspended stainless steel structure on the ceiling represents a Japanese bamboo and reed shade trellis but with modern-day appeal. Although surrounded by charcoal tile and stainless steel, the bathroom still emits a feeling of tranquility for a spa-like experience. Design by Danenberg Design
This Western representation of Asian influence pulls in the neutral tones often seen in the design, as well as a minimalist use of decor and accessories. Straight-lined, dark wood furniture follows the modern style often associated with Asian design, while the bamboo walls and lampshade provide natural, eco-friendly elements within the space. A statue of Kuan Yin, the bodhisattva of compassion, adds an ancient Buddhist feel often desired for a Zen-like environment. Image courtesy of aspenhome
Home & Decor Calligraphy is a beautiful form of writing and a practiced art in modern Asia. Traditional items are available, from brush, to inks, and ink stones as well as paper weights to keep your calligraphy paper from folding over. Try your hand at Chinese characters as Calligraphy is a popular form of home decoration. Chinese Painted Scrolls are hand painted on silk brocade and display natural beauty as well as traditional Chinese dressed people. For a quick way to add Oriental decor to your house, try Cushion Covers, which display gorgeously written Chinese characters and designs. Chinese lanterns can light up your house, both inside and out and add a romantic atmosphere for a perfect evening. Seal Figurines can be displayed and admired through out your house. Try aromatherapy or candles to add a sense of tranquility to your house and make it a haven to relax in. Other health and beauty items, such as ox horn combs, soap, massage tools, and hand painted mirrors can be found on these pages. Chinese Games, such as Chess, Chinese Poker and Mah-jong are great ways to distress and spend more time with your family. For the kitchen, there are Coffee Cups and Mugs, Table Runners, and Chop Sticks, which add to authenticity when enjoying an Asian meal. No matter which items you choose, they will be sure to add a sense of peace and tranquility to your home.
Revamp your deck or patio by incorporating antique, Asian-inspired decor into your design scheme. HGTV fan LaDolfina carried the chinoiserie theme onto her outdoor pavilion with these lean, black lanterns and Kelly-green trumeau mirror. Originally produced in 18th-century France, trumeau mirrors were intended to hang between windows to bring more light into the room and enhance the decor. They are known for having an ornate and decorative portion at the top, above the mirror, and are almost always rectangular in shape. The gold illustrations on this version depict the European chinoiserie designs, while adding a decorative element to the home’s exterior.
Mix traditional and Asian elements into your design scheme for an elegant yet eclectic look. In this casual living room designer Jane Ellison added a bold cobalt-blue color along the back wall to pull out the muted blues in the sofa detail, as well as the hues in the porcelain pieces. Oriental blue and white wares were developed in China in the 14th century, and by the 17th century the pieces were considered prized possessions and collected by European royalty. These porcelain pieces, along with the bamboo shade, Japanese tatami mat and bronze accessories, pull in familiar Asian elements while adding some unexpected cultural flair.
When you’re redecorating a room that’s in dire need of a new look, you don’t need to splurge on all-new furniture — a few home accessories can instantly liven it up. Despite often being small, Asian home decorations can pack a mighty punch and quickly change a “blah” room into a space worthy of a magazine cover. There are a wide variety of home decor products to choose from, so use these helpful tips to incorporate them into your space. More
Designer Marie Burgos creatively integrated the Chinese practice of Zen into this living room and yoga space. “Openness and light are the basis of this Zen design, which was created to enhance the auspicious flow of energy, calmness and comfort,” she says. Natural, eco-friendly elements, including the bamboo wooden table, traditional Japanese tatami mats and Asian artwork, help create balance and harmony in the space. By carefully choosing furniture and accessories, you can bring a natural, feng shui feel to your home.
House decorations can cozy up your floor.While floor space may be limited, there’s always room for a well-placed area rug or two. These are a great way to add texture, color and warmth to a hardwood or tile floor. Choose a traditional floral pattern or some funky chevrons to get started, then pair your Asian pattern with a textured Berber rug or soft shag for ultimate indulgence.
The art of feng shui has been practiced in ancient Chinese cultures for centuries but is now being integrated into Western interior design and architecture. According to feng shui, everything has a positive or negative energy. In order to balance these energies, designs must be carefully thought out to create an overall feeling of harmony in a room. Designer Marie Burgos incorporated natural feng shui elements into this Asian-style master bedroom, including the color scheme, bamboo platform bed, hand-forged drum side tables and traditional Japanese shoji screens.
To create a subtle Asian design, HGTV fan Yorokobi integrated calming hues of sage and beige while combining modern and antique-inspired accessories. The most eye-catching piece in the living room is the stone art trio depicting different Chinese warriors, which immediately emits strength and power. Offset in the room, a stone statue of Kuan Yin, the bodhisattva of great compassion, serves as a calm and comforting symbol of Buddhism, while adding a strong, cultural element to the space.
Nothing seems quite as relaxing as this outdoor Asian-inspired garden, washitsu and dining area. A washitsu is a Japanese-style room known for its tatami flooring and sliding doors. Typically measured by the size of the tatami mat, this small washitsu is ideal for intimate gatherings and entertaining guests. Designer Jamie Durie added a dry riverbed filled with crushed quartz to represent the energetic flow of the space. A small dose of red breaks up the neutral color scheme and natural green surroundings for an invigorating use of color. You can easily enhance the mood and energy of your outdoor space by using eco-friendly materials and calm hues. Photography by Jason Busch
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