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Quince branches and Asian-inspired vases flank an antique Chinese console from the White Lotus Collection in Melissa Ziober and Noe Guerra’s peaceful powder room. To maintain the historical home’s integrity, the NXG Studio design team first restored the walls, moldings, and floor. “The space is traditional while still feeling modern and fresh,”
Creating an eclectic look is all about contrast, both with color and texture. In this eye-catching bedroom, bright marigold bedding shines against a jewel-toned accent wall in BEHR Nocturnal Sea. A velvet bench, brass lamps and fuzzy foot stools provide the stylish space with plenty of personality. Click to shop this look.
With influences ranging from Chinese to Tibetan, Japanese, and even French, there is a great deal of diversity available to designers and DIY enthusiasts looking to incorporate a touch of Asian flair into a space. Many of these styles originated centuries ago and have evolved over the years to be perfectly fit for the contemporary home. Read on for our top 12 recommendations for incorporating Asian style furniture in your home or office space.