The large windows bring lots of natural light inside and include grids painted black, which pop against the white walls. The windows are covered in floor-to-ceiling floral drapes in a graphite/dark gray color.
When they take a step back, guests can see the cool, midcentury chandelier that hangs over the sofa. This piece not only brightens the room, but also complements the other gilded accents in the space, like the antique mirror.
Bright green drawers give an unexpected contemporary twist to a more traditional chest of drawers used as a sideboard and bar in this colorful California dining room. The space draws its accent color palette from the Chiang Mai Dragon fabric by Schumacher adorning the end dining chair.
With a soft, soothing color palette, this traditional bedroom feels like a romantic retreat. The mounted birds and Chinoiserie bedding represent the homeowner’s love of birds, giving the space a personalized feel.
Blue chinoiserie wallpaper makes a dramatic statement in this Asian-inspired master bathroom. A sleek white double vanity is topped in warm brown countertops, while a pair of red mirrors adds a pop of color to the space.
Designers Elle + Vreeland used a sophisticated blend of contemporary art, exotic touches like these hide-covered campaign chairs and a Chinoiserie wall covering to give an unexpected polish to a small guest bedroom.
To prevent the kitchen from feeling too stark, the designers added wood crossbeams that infuse the space with warmth. The tile backsplash, chinoiserie vases and striped barstools help bring movement and energy to the space as well.
his master suite is draped in painted de Gournay silk Chinoiserie blue-green fabric and adorned with jewelry-like chandeliers around a modern bed with gold leaf and a patina bed. The room was designed by Pamela Babey with BAMO.
On both sides of the home's elegant, antique fireplace and mantel, designers stacked coffee table books to add a pop of color to the space. For the finishing touch, each bench was given a white chinoiserie lamp and graphic art to complete the funky design.
Asian-inspired ceramic garden stools are one of the most timeless choices for adding impromptu seating for any part of the house. The most popular style is chinoiserie which depicts botanical shapes and Asian landscapes in shades of blue and white.
Though it features sensible gray walls and a traditional fireplace, this dining room uses a boho basket, pink Chinoiserie-inspired chairs and two colorful, contemporary rugs to avoid feeling too stiff or serious. A tall, antique cabinet adds height to the space and keeps entertaining essentials at the ready.
Jade green millwork surrounds this room with dramatic color. A silver chandelier illuminates the large upholstered headboard, which breaks up the patterned wallpaper. Chinoiserie wallpaper features the same green hue as the trim, and the bed is dressed in neutrals, allowing the bold-colored walls and trim to steal the show.
Atlanta designer Danielle Rollins' garden is an instructive study in navy and white, a pared-back color palette that gives her space its retro, tailored feel. That color scheme is carried through in Chinoiserie containers, crisp white trellises and accents like throw pillows and whimsical painted trash cans which create design continuity.
This Manhattan library starts with luxurious leather floor tiles on the walls and is finished with rich furnishings. An early 20th century French brass lamp sits on a Chinoiserie desk inlaid with bone. The red velvet sofas are designed after an antique the designer saw in Paris and have a custom trapunto back.
A dark navy accent wall provides a dramatic backdrop for the sophisticated style in this contemporary living room. The wall across from the sofa is covered with hand-painted Porter Teleo wallpaper. Throughout the space, layers of texture—a tile fireplace, glass and metal coffee table, Chinoiserie TV cabinet—bring depth and dimension. The rug is from Beni Ourain.