Add a Touch of the Far East to Your Home's Style
Bring Asian style into your home decorating with our favorite picks for Asian-influenced furniture and accessories.
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It’s easy to add international style to your home these days. There’s something from the Far East for everybody — whether you want a rustic piece made of natural materials or an elegant accent. In any case, the feeling of minimalist chic and harmony will inspire you.
This set of three Japanese nesting boxes features a natural bamboo weave with a hand-rubbed mahogany brown finish by artist Grace Feyock. From The Uttermost Company (www.uttermost.com).
Sori Yanagi’s butterfly stool of rosewood has been called "haiku in plywood" and marries ancient Japanese forms with modern Western materials. Available from Design Within Reach (www.dwr.com).
Silk lanterns from Vietnam come in beautiful organic shapes (cocoon, diamond) and colors (ivory, orange) and are sure to light up your life. Also available in linen. From Asian Design House (www.asiandesignhouse.com).
These stylized renderings of Asian women, landscapes, wildlife or warriors are created by hand in the batik style. Available in a variety of sizes and styles of wall hangings from Oriental Outpost (www.orientaloutpost.com).
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