Chinese New Year is upon us! We’ve rounded up some of our favorite Asian-inspired fabric and wallpaper, plus monkey-printed products to celebrate the Year of the Monkey!
Born out of the monkey craze in the 18th century, Singerie was a style that featured our furry ancestors performing human tasks. Now we’re seeing these playful primates popping up in home decor. To celebrate the Year of the Monkey, scatter these simians throughout your home!
Duralee’s Ming Prints are a collection of vibrant far eastern-inspired patterns. Ginger jars, cherry blossoms, pagodas and painted florals create scenes of Asian heritage on natural cottons and linens. Use these fabrics to brighten up your space with an exotic flair!
Asian-inspired toile is known for pastoral scenes, pagodas, rice paddies and dragons that tell stories from times of yore. Besides their rich cultural influences, toiles are an ever present staple in interior fashion. Shop Scalamandre’s Fall 2015 collection for a gorgeous selection of these prints.
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