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Homes Red And Rat: 7 Luxurious Chinese New Year Decorations For Your Home In 2020

Red And Rat: 7 Luxurious Chinese New Year Decorations For Your Home In 2020

Red And Rat: 7 Luxurious Chinese New Year Decorations For Your Home In 2020
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By Pearl Yan
By Pearl Yan
January 13, 2020
Chinese New Year is upon us, which means Chinese households will begin to put up auspicious decorations this week. In addition to traditional door couplets, Chinese knots and paper cuttings, modern designs with a festive touch that double as home decor can add style while bringing fortune to your home in the new year. From candy trays to floral arrangements, check out our picks of the most luxurious Chinese New Year decorations to prepare your home for the biggest Chinese holiday of the year

1/7 Alessi red basket

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

Forged from stainless steel in a perforated silhouette, this basket by Alessi is an elegant addition to any table settings. Whether you’re hosting a Chinese New Year gathering at home or simply looking to add a pop of red to your dining room, this basket can be used year-round with its uplifting colour.

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

See also: 5 Chinese New Year Getaways Within 5 Hours Of Hong Kong

2/7 Shang Xia bamboo tea set

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

No Chinese New Year celebration is complete without enjoying tea with the family, so make sure to prepare your home with a set of high-quality teapot and teacups for visitors during the holiday. 

Shang Xia’s bamboo tea set combines two ancient craftsmanship: bamboo weaving and high temperature porcelain to create a delicate, textured sheet wrapped around the tea ware, which honours the tea rituals with timeless elegance.

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

3/7 Bydeau flowers

Floral arrangements play a big part in Chinese New Year decoration, as blooming flowers represent the promise of Spring and a renewal of life.

Bydeau offers a collection of auspicious flowers in red and gold, which symbolises happiness and prosperity. Add a festive touch to your home with the “Ginger Jar”, featuring the rhododendron hybrida with a lovely peachy-pink hue, planted in a ceramic ginger jar and adorned with a Chinese tassel.

Available at bydeau.com

4/7 Frette Chains Throw

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

Crafted from pure virgin wool, this opulent throw by Frette is ideal to curl up and wrap yourself in during chilly evenings. Simply drape the throw over an accent chair or at the end of your bed for added flair.

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

See also: The Coolest Streetwear Items For Chinese New Year 2020—From Sneakers To Backpacks

5/7 Ellermann x Lane Crawford Firework Flair arrangement

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

If the name of this floral display is anything to go by, this intricate bouquet will fire up your home with striking shades of red and pink—think firecracker red and pastel peach—from contemporary Anthurium and classic Orchid. Place it on your dining room table to add extra oomph to your home's interior.

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

6/7 Shang Xia Garden Box

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

An essential part of Chinese New Year celebration, a candy box contains fortune candies and roasted seeds that symbolise luck, happiness and blessings for the coming year. 

Made from a lightweight yet durable polished carbon fibre, this garden box by Shang Xia can be used as a candy box, elevating the festive mood with a refined style and sophistication.

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

7/7 Leblon-Delienne x Arik Levy Mickey rock small sculpture

Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford
Photo: Courtesy of Lane Crawford

Of course, we can’t forget about the Chinese zodiac animal of this Lunar Year—the mouse. Featuring the Disney icon atop a multi-faceted rock base, this artwork allows light to play on its surface to reflect a multitude of interpretations, making it an eye-catching piece for your living room. 

Available at lanecrawford.com.hk

See also: 5 Chinese New Year 2020 Staycation Packages In Hong Kong

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