Orient Express: Asian Influences on Interior Design

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Succeeding in creating the perfect environment for the home, one where peaceful Zen meets relevance in terms of trend, is no easy feat. But Asian influences in interior design are making the process that much easier as these pieces are now more readily available. Try adding a traditional bed, a giant Lobmeyr crystal chandelier resembling a Chinese pavilion and a Kenzo Maison dining table, punctuated by extras like a great Armani Casa seat and ottoman or a modern Oriental cabinet from Jalan Jalan and you’ll start to feel at home in your space.

Jalan Jalan
Compound stainless steel Chinese cabinet, $17,500; available at Jalan Jalan, Miami

Crystal bodhisattva sculpture in jade, $12,580; available at Daum boutique, New York

Chinese pavilion chandelier, $49,510; available at mossonline.com

Chinese opium bed, $12,750; available at 1stdibs.com

Kenzo Maison
Zen dining table, price upon request; available at luxury living, 90 NE 39 St., Miami Design District

Armani Casa
Barbican chair and ottoman, starting from $6,825; available at Armani boutiques

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