20 Chinese Home Decoration in the Living Room
Most of the Chinese people that I personally know have a way with incorporating their culture in the furniture, decor and small trinkets that they add in their homes. Today, what you will be seeing are living room spaces that have their Chinese touches in them – whether a bit subtle or super bold – take a chance with Asian furniture and design and discover its awesomeness.
Below are photos of stunning living rooms with a Chinese twist. The decorations and furniture that you will be seeing in this list is really familiar and fairly common, the designers and decorators just made sure to give it a wonderful feel. For sure, you will love the photos in this list because of their Asian feel that makes you hope to travel more and see other countries that showcase tons of culture like the Chinese people. Brace yourselves for this awesome list!
1. Asian Chic
Asian inspired touches used to create a serene family gathering place. Please notice the use of natural materials and textures.
2. Asian Influence
This family room sure is lovely as one Asian living room should actually look like – although of course the designer just added a couple of accents that are Asian to make it more homey and comfortable.
3. Burlington Eclectic Living Room
The contemporary-leaning interior, with its soaring ceilings and walls, huge sash windows and plenty of natural light, is an ideal gallery space for Ciambra’s art collection. “I often rotate the art on the walls if I get bored of it,” he says.
4. Diamond Head Renovation
Another basic room as far as furniture but plants, red colored pots and Asian inspired prints.
5. Eclectic Asian Fusion
Look at the interesting screen behind the red sofa chair – it sort of depicts the Chinese culture in a small scale. I love the carpet though.
6. Great Falls, Virginia Home
Using wood in decors and details – you can see how wood makes the Asian look come together with modern sofa.
7. Hanalei Bay Vista Estate
Beautiful Asian inspired tropical modern estate perched on the bluff overlooking majestic Hanalei Bay.
8. Hawaiian Retreat
Great looking family room; especially like the fact it has doors. Love the TV console.
9. Makena Residence
Soft green with wheat and medium wood tones instead of white.
This San Francisco home showcases a mix of contemporary and Asian design.
11. Marrakesh Hua Hin
Various Chinese antique elements used here for an Asian inspired living room made this room totally awesome!
12. Minneapolis Asian Inspired Living Room
This Asian inspired living room space sits in Minneapolis’ Lake Calhoun neighborhood. The room, designed by Eminent Interior Design’s Brandi Hagen, is both aesthetically pleasing and comfortable. A punch of Chinese red in the table lamp and the art work brings the room to life.
13. New York Asian Family Room
Awesome set of furniture paired with awesome Asian accents on the background.
14. Noe Valley Apartment
Warm tropical yellows are very complementary to neutral furnishings. Banana and brown is somewhat of a ’70s retro color palette but it can also add a light-hearted twist to a more formal space.
15. Palm Beach Apartment
Chic but casual Palm Beach Apartment, incorporating seaside colors in an ocean view apartment. Mixing transitional with contemporary. This apartment is Malibu meets the Hampton’s in Palm Beach.
16. San Francisco Asian Living Room
Screen. Screen. Screen. Need I say more?
17. Saudi Arabia Asian-Inspired Living Room
Pretty much enamored with the bells by the walls and the stunning view this home has!
18. The Azumi
Look at the details of the side chairs and the little pretty wooden-paper umbrella on the left corner of the room – pretty Asian room, don’t you agree?
19. Toronto Asian Living Room
The overall furniture and theme of this Toronto living room is just phenomenal! I love it!
20. Tufenkian Asian Living Room
Definitely fancy the red-framed photos on the wall by the dining area – and the cute throw pillows on the sofas!
This was one list to drool on because of the interesting culture that the Chinese people have. When you search for spaces with an Asian theme, it is usually the Chinese designs that pop out because they seem like the primary example of culture and design for Asia – they just differ on the decors like the Buddha’s or elephants for Thailand and so on.