The new year is just around the corner, and now that you've ditched the Christmas decor and cleaned up from all the festive fun, your home may be feeling a bit bare. Perhaps it's time to spruce the place up and give an old look a new lease of life, or maybe you want to go the full nine yards and redecorate completely. Either way, we've found 12 luxurious decorative items that are sure to inspire you in your design dreams.
Go bold and blue with Trésor Bleu dinnerware by Raynaud, available at Heather & March.
Add some mood lighting with this sleek and simple modern Jardin d’Eden Haute Orfèvrerie 13-light candelabra by Christofle.
These decorative plates by Buccellati are a simple way to add some glamour to your dining table, available at Farrington Interiors.
This stylised chess set by Daniel Libeskind for Atelier Swarovski looks almost too good to play. Almost.
Add a bit of sparkle to your bubbly with Mille Nuits Flutissimo crystal champagne flutes by Baccarat.
This Le Coq paperweight, the quintessential office essential, comes in a new, colourful design by Saint-Louis.
Every gentleman knows that no dinner party is complete without a top-of-the-range humidor, like this one by Shanghai Tang.
Art doesn't always have to be on the wall. This aperture carpet from the Blur collection by Tai Ping is a stylish statement for your living room floor.
Design objects aren't just there to look pretty - the oil, stone and alloy candles from the Scent Materialism collection by Tom Dixon look and smell equally divine. Available at Lane Crawford.
Reviving the traditional art of Cambodian silk weaving, family company Kben and Hol has created stunning, delicate patterned cushions, blankets and textiles for your home. The contemporary designs paired with cultural craftsmanship brings a unique element to these beautiful home items.
Give your home some subtle festive flare with this Un Encens Étoilé Christmas-scented candle - elemi, cloves, vanilla and incense mix together for a dreamy and intoxicating fragrance.
This article originally appeared in the Hong Kong Tatler 2016 December Christmas Supplement