In an earlier post, I hinted at an obsession I have for Chinoiserie (Orient-inspired furniture and accessories). I'm not sure if it's a full-blown obsession really, maybe just an extreme fondness. You be the judge.
 
I realize this is too much Chinoiserie in one place. I didn't mean for this to happen. 
It was an accident really. The vintage lamp is from eBay and was $60!! 
And the bottom lights up . . .
how cool is that?

 I love my eBay emperor.
My chandelier is from CircaWho. Great resource for Chinese Chippendale or 
West Palm Beach fabulosity.  Just email Tracy there for prices/shipping.
 Asian garden seat. I had been searching for one of these forever when I finally found it at a local antique mall where someone else had it on hold. But my luck and patience prevailed. I adore the color.
Scored these ginger jars from HomeGoods for $19.99 each. I say jars because you know I had to get two as I'm also obsessed with pairs.

And, of course, you remember my foo dogs (also from eBay).

Oh, who am I kidding? My house is starting to look like Chou Imports. The first step to getting help is admitting you have a problem.


I even drive my Acura while listening to this song incessantly . . . what is wrong with me?

If you want to hear more from the Bird and the Bee, you can check them out here.


Considering my abundance of Far East inspired treasures, you'd think my interest might be waning or that I would be sick of this style. You'd be wrong. 


Things I still long for . . . 
Chinese Chippendale style chairs. These have been on my list forever. Preferably in a bright colored lacquer finish. So pretty.


And something covered in Chiang Mai fabric from Schumacher. This fabric has been around a while, and some may think it's a trend who's time has come and gone, but I still love it.



What do you think? Do I need an Asian intervention?

Sources: MIL, Hear No Evil, See No Evil, Point Click Home, Windsor Smith Home, Plum Cushions, O at Home Magazine
 
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