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Red Chinese New Year Accessories

Welcome good fortune into your home with accessories rich in red—the perfect complement to Chinese New Year celebrations.

As a well-loved symbol of joy and good fortune, it’s no wonder the colour red reigns supreme in Chinese culture. And with Chinese New Year looming near, it’s time to turn your attention to incorporating this vibrant hue at home. From bold furnishings to eye-catching accents, we’ve rounded up ten pieces that are perfect for welcoming the Year of the Sheep in both great luck and style.

MOE'S Durante dining chair

Pictured above: A pair of slanted legs add interest to MOE’S statement-making Durante dining chair ($299).

On Our Table loyal loot walnut bowl
On Our Table’s Loyal Loot walnut bowl ($325) proves it’s what’s on the inside that counts—though the natural wood exterior is equally pleasing.

Crate and Barrel Yasmin metallic embroidered lumbar pillow cover
A rich combination of red and gold—another treasured hue in Chinese culture—makes Pottery Barn’s Yasmin metallic embroidered lumbar pillow cover ($70) a winning piece.

ClassiCon Diana C side table
From side table to lecturn to notebook stand, ClassiCon’s Diana C side table ($1,328) flips easily for a multitude of uses.

Alessi Firenze wall clock
A bright red shade offers a modern update to Alessi’s Firenze wall clock ($97), originally designed by the renowned Castiglioni brothers.

Osidea Hanna bar stool
Lightweight and stackable, OSIDEA’s Hanna bar stool ($450) solves both seating and storage woes in one fell swoop.

Sabre Paris old fashioned salad set
Sabre’s old fashioned salad set ($39.99) strikes the perfect balance between elegant and fun—an ideal choice for casual meals and fancy dinner parties alike.

BoConcept Vera coffee table
BoConcept’s Vera coffee table ($579) is compact enough to accommodate almost any space while providing a playful punch of colour.

Adesso Snapshot desk lamp
The sleek design of Adesso’s Snapshot desk lamp ($135) offers work spaces both form and function.

Setting the table is a snap with Ibride’s Oriental-inspired Ming vase ($189), which deconstructs to reveal six stackable bowls—each with its own gorgeous print.


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