The dining room features a damask print rug laying under the dining room table. In the back left corner of the room there is a mirror, situated atop an antique Chinese table that serves to hold dishes. On top of the fireplace mantel is an antique Chinese plate. This plate is painted orange and has a small painting on the face of the plate.
The family room is full of color. The color scheme of reds and blues can be prominently be seen in this room. The coffee table is carved in the middle, and the glass top displays the carvings. To separate the formal dining room from the family room an antique Chinese screen was placed in between them.
The Forest Manor Central home provides a unique blend of Western and Chinese styles. The living room features every key design aspect of the home (incorporation of elegant colors, Chinese antiques, and functional furniture), and this pattern is repeated throughout the home.
In the living room these two tall antique Chinese doors definitely draw plenty of attention, but they are not the focus of the room. The overall goal of the Green Antique design team is to include Chinese antiques into a Western-style home. Several antiques are featured in the home, yet the house does not seem overwhelmingly fragile (like antiques).