What’s a better way to get into the Chinese New Year spirit than by incorporating touches of gold to your space? Dabbles of it here and there, by way of accessories and furniture, do just the trick – both to invite a sense of glam as well as to claim prosperity this year of the pig. Click on for ways to incorporate a gilded touch to your home.
The latest Hirondelles collection sees the swallow – symbol of freedom and source of inspiration for the founder, René Lalique – fashioned by hand in satin-finished and re-polished crystal. This wall sculpture takes flight in clear gold stamped crystal.
The Totem Collection is inspired by the 18th-century decorative tradition of adorning tea cups with animal designs. This reinterpretation features vibrant colours and nature-inspired themes on porcelain, and can be customised with personal messages. Available at Farrington
OVO’s furniture collections include pieces made from metals that brighten up areas in the home. The shiny gold metal accents on this coffee table with a cement base and mirror top does this nicely.
Established over 40 years ago, German brand FINK – THE ART OF LIVING is the ideal source for unique decorative items, such as this elegant Palazzo gold-plated serving trolley with two shelves made from safety glass.
As part of the Dome collection, this Koi Lamp showcases Lladró’s mastery of the lithophanes technique. It is made from translucent porcelain to allow dimmable LED light to reveal its hand-etched pattern and has a rechargeable battery.
Designed by Argentinean designer, Christián Mohaded, the Ombrelle pedestal table fascinates with a conical base conceived of lacquered steel wire. The piece is topped with a gold coloured surface made from steel.
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