Hong Kong, China
Courtney M. Paschal -- Casual Living, 9/1/2007 12:00:00 AM
Classic, elegant and exotic, Asian-influenced furniture fuses together contemporary and traditional styles with a rich color palette of black and white with pops of bold color. Usually simple in design, pieces from this part of the world are frequently complemented with bamboo, hand-painted and carved accents.
Powder-coated aluminum frames and fiber combine, resembling natural bamboo to create the stackable bistro Molokai Collection by Pelican Reef. Space 8-2030
From Outback Chair Company, the Curve presents a contemporary hanging chair highlighted by a gently contoured seat and back. Space 8-8130
Zak Designs' Tea Garden Collection adds a touch of Asian influence to outdoor dining with an oversized floral pattern in primary colors. Space 7-8088
In a crisp combination of black and cream, the Veranda indoor/outdoor area rug from Couristan's Recife Collection features a symmetrical vine pattern lending a classic and more modern look. Space 7-9078A
Patio Living Concepts' South Pacific floor and table lamps are crafted of a natural woven bamboo resin base and highlighted with a two-level dimming switch and weatherproof cord and plug. Space 7-6054
The Sushi counter set by Pride Family Brands features a faux leather cast aluminum top and cushioned stools, a modern interpretation to Asian-influenced dining. Showroom 1754
The hand-painted faux bamboo umbrella from Galtech International features auto-tilt capability, complete with authentic-looking bamboo knot designs. Space 8-2114
The Tower Fountain, part of the Fountasia Collection by Woodstock Percussion, features a stacked granite pattern in sandstone or black. Space 7-7081
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