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MAKE YOUR EASTERN PROMISE...

Timeless and exotic, the vibrant palette and luxurious touches and details that embody Asian-inspired interiors can transform a living space. A fusion of Japanese, Chinese and Indian influences, a Far Eastern theme masterfully combines grandeur and comfort, colour and calm, for stylish yet peaceful rooms. And while this is certainly a look that’s rich in vibrancy and mood, capturing it in your home needn’t be expensive - right now, there’s a wealth of Eastern touches across the high street, with more purse-friendly chains like George Home channelling the trend too.

Glimpses Of Gold “Each season, we’re dedicated to delivering a unique and eclectic offer to our customers,” says Julie Varma, senior design director for George Home. “Taking into consideration the individual style of our shoppers and an increasingly daring approach to decorating the home, we have worked hard to deliver varied and distinctive ranges at fantastic value.” Their Heiwa collection is inspired by the tranquillity of the Far East and sets the scene for a soothing ambience. Graceful and elegant, a serene spectrum of powder blues, gentle greys and pearlescent white is complemented by gold foil-effect finishes.

Bling Teapots available in the shape of an elephant or camel with the choice of a shiny gold or silver finish, Graham & Green (PA Photo/Handout) 148

Set of 2 Antique Gold Trunks, £259 Barker and Stonehouse, (PA Photo/Handout)

House | Issue 141  

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House | Issue 141  

Your free fortnightly property & lifestyle magazine in available in hundreds of outlets throughout Dorset.