To complete the captivating design in Las Vegas' Mandarin Oriental, décor was flown in from all corners of the globe, giving the condo a worldly feel in a city known as the world's playground. Among the dozens of one-of-a-kind pieces include Italian-sourced hand painted aluminum panels covering the bar front and a six-foot terra cotta Hun statue from China.
‘Stargazer’ Oriental lily unfurls large blooms that exude a rich perfume. Petals are deep pink with a white edge. Oriental lily grows from a bulb that can be planted in fall or spring. Top-heavy stems grow to 3 feet and benefit from staking. Add stakes at planting time to help avoid spearing bulbs. Flowers appear in midsummer and can scent an entire yard on a steamy summer evening. Grow Oriental lilies in planting beds or containers. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
Meticulously designed with special attention placed in the tiniest of details, every surface was considered. Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations.
Oriental lilies are showstoppers in the summer garden, opening richly colored and intensely fragrant blooms. Flowers appear from mid- to late summer and can linger for a few weeks. Oriental lilies grow from bulbs, which are best planted in fall in colder zones. Lily stems grow 24 to 48 inches tall and usually benefit from staking. Plants often spread over time to form a clump from 12 to 36 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 3-9. Good vase companions for Oriental lily: hosta or baptisia leaves, ribbon grass, garden phlox or bee balm.
Classic sedum good looks and low maintenance abound in this newcomer to the perennial garden. Burgundy tinted leaves decorate stems topped with reddish pink blooms. Count on ‘Oriental Dancer’ to give plantings a drought tolerant color splash. Hardy in Zones 5-9. Botanical name: Sedum ‘Oriental Dancer’
Prescott says the perfume of Oriental lilies mingles with the scent of fresh-cut cedar to make this floral arrangement, called "Deck the Halls", smell "magical, like Christmas". The Oriental lilies are 'White Cup' and the greenery is 'Port Orford', a cedar picked from the evergreen forests that surround Stargazer Barn.
‘Sorbonne’ Oriental lily unfurls large blooms that exude a rich perfume. Petals are a pure deep pink with a white edge. Oriental lily grows from a bulb that can be planted in fall or spring. Top-heavy stems grow to 3 feet and benefit from staking. Use care not to pierce the bulb when you insert stakes. Adding them at planting time helps avoid bulb damage. Flowers appear in midsummer and can scent an entire yard on a sultry summer evening. Hardy in Zones 3-9.
This traditional beach home lets oriental rugs create a path from one room to the next, making sure to switch it up each time. A deep bright transitions to a bright beige as the home goes from front foyer to fun bonus room.
Traditional accessories and furnishings inspired by the Orient were combined with modern installations in this high rise condo. These components are what make innovation and finesse ooze from the space.
This gorgeous spa bathroom takes style pointers from the living room, incorporating colorful Oriental rugs and floor-length curtains into its design. Chevron-pattern tiles even give a rug-like feel to the floor under the soaking tub.
This traditional dining room features a wooden dining table with intricately designed legs and wooden dining chairs upholstered in luxurious fabrics. The color of the chairs coordinates with the elegant draperies and Oriental rug.
This wood-paneled sitting room incorporates a combination of antiques, traditional furnishings and diverse patterns to create a cozy space that's brimming with character. The gorgeous Oriental rug adds rich color to the predominantly neutral room.
Circular elements, such as the colorful rug and skirted ottoman, offset the hard edges of the mantel and second-story windows in this sitting room. Patterned cushions spruce up brown chairs, while an ornate chandelier hangs overhead.