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An 18th Century Chinese Picture of two Parrots in a Period Chippendale Frame

An Century Chinese Picture of two Parrots in a Period Chippendale Frame

Inspired by the Chinese legend of the dragon on the hunt for the pearl of wisdom, our Dragon Garden Table is a mythical accent. Handpainted in cobalt and white, this chinoiserie-inspired table instantly lends a touch of Feng Shui. Use as an end table, an extra seat, or as a plant stand indoors and out.

Blue & White - Inspired by the Chinese legend of the dragon on the hunt for the pearl of wisdom, our Dragon Garden Table is a mythical accent. Handpainted in cobalt and white, this chinoiserie-inspired table instantly lends a touch of Feng Shui.

love this blue wallpaper and it's floral print! The blue door finishes it off so perfectly

Deep blue, with gold accents and pattern. Blue de Gournay and Gracie Wallpapered Dining Rooms - The Glam Pad

The most beautiful living room styling with a ton of color, patterns, and antique Chinoiserie.

Mark Sikes: Walls in Benjamin Moore's Misty Lilac ground gutsy patterns in the living room. Two Chinese ancestral paintings hang over the sofa, framed by porcelain jars in blue and white — a Sikes signature — on wall brackets.

新中式家具 - 斜檐概念沙发组 Concept from Chinese traditional fly loof top. Designed by Tommy Chen and NupopCASA which speciallized in modern chinese sytle furniture and textile.

新中式家具 - 斜檐概念沙发组 Modern Chinoiserie Sofa, Concept from Chinese traditional fly loof top. Designed by Tommy Chen and NupopCASA which speciallized in modern chinese sytle furniture and textile.

Interiors: Maison 140 Beverly Hills - Interiors. Fashion. Modern. Glamour. - Sukio

Interiors: Maison 140 Beverly Hills

black office - Kelly Wearstler uses a glossy ceiling, dramatic walls & geometric flooring to make a big impact for the hotel Maison 140

Love the staircase - would love this in place of my upstairs "wall" above stairwell.

1960s Palm Beach Style

" 'Chinoiserie is so charming and never goes out of style,' says [designer Meg] Braff, who redid the stair rail in Chinese fretwork to liven up a dull entryway. Chandelier from John Rosselli." Interior design by Meg Braff, Meg Braff Designs.

The embroidery decorations after the renovation of the Juanqin Studio, Forbidden City, China

Luxurious Palace In Forbidden City Is Renovated

Good example of flowers and lattice motifs from the late Qing. The embroidery decorations after the renovation of the Juanqin Studio, Forbidden City, China

Graphic-ExchanGE - a selection of graphic projects

After more than 10 years representing many of the world’s top talent in commercial photography, we are now a Fine Art and Commercial Photography Agency managing Eugenio Recuenco and Nico.

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