10 Handpicked Items You’ll Want In Your Home This Chinese New Year
From the sought-after namesake pieces to the festive chinoiserie print
January 8, 2020
Have you been thinking of giving your home a transformation? Especially with the annual reunion dinners and visiting that goes on during the Chinese New Year festivities coming up, we at BAZAAR couldn’t think of a better time for re-decorating.
From the classic reds to fine chinoiserie prints and more avant-garde styles, here’s your one-stop quick guide to all the handpicked items you’ll want to have in your home that will impress family and friends.
Forbidden Garden Fine Bone China Dessert Plate Set of 2, Shanghai Tang, $243
Shanghai Tang’s latest collection Forbidden Garden sees the charming and intricately designed scenes of butterflies dancing amongst lush foliage amidst a backdrop of deep forest green and ‘Peking glass’ yellow colours. The Fine Bone China Dessert Plate, in particular, will be a hit at the table with its beautiful interpretation of nature.
Shop the Forbidden Garden Fine Bone China Dessert Plate Set of 2 at Shanghai Tang boutiques or online.
Photo: Shanghai Tang
Balcon Du Guadalquivir Ashtray, Hermès, $870
This Hermès ashtray in crimson red and whitecould make for a fabulous table piece.
Shop the Balcon Du Guadalquivir Ashtray at Hermès boutiques or online.
Atlas Moth Cutlery Set, Ong Shunmugam, $129
Serve your guests in sophisticated refinery, with a piece from local womenswear designer Ong Shunmugam, who has now added tableware design to their resume. This Atlas Moth Cutlery Set comes with a pair of sauce dishes, monogrammed chopsticks and octagonal chopsticks.
Make your guests feel like royalty at the dining table with these decadent and bold Chivari chairs.
Shop the Chiavari Chair with GG Jacquard at select Gucci boutiques.
Double Fortune, Risis, $6888
In celebration of the year of the rat, Risis has released this limited-edition Double Fortune figurine as part of their Zodiac Collection 2020. Taking inspiration from this year’s animal in the Chinese zodiac and the auspicious pomegranate fruit, the figurine is said to symbolise adaptability and success.
Shop the Double Fortune figurine at select Risis boutiques or online.
Mandarin Oranges Coir Door Mat, Mats Matter CNY, $19.90
If you’re looking for something a little more quirky this festive season, this Orange-motif doormat will do the trick. Plus, we’re sure it’ll spark some great conversations too.