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Indo Chic

Travel on the Orient Express to the lost era of French Indochina, a remote land of verdant flora, exotic imagery and lush architecture. Blending French colonial influences like cane and antiqued mirror with traditional Asian offerings such as exquisite porcelain, fretwork and lacquer, the result is both visually stunning and fantastically foreign.

Stems of vanda orchids flow freeform from a slender, tapered bottle, accentuating the sophisticated style of Belle Fleur Stems of vanda orchids flow freeform from a slender, tapered bottle, accentuating the sophisticated style of Belle Fleur's arrangement ($140).
Peter Casablanca's Urban Island nesting tables revamp a sleek Asian silhouette with square cutouts in shiny lacquered scarlet ($925, set of three). Peter Casablanca
Inspired by the opulent shape of a temple, Creative Co-op Inspired by the opulent shape of a temple, Creative Co-op's metal pendant effortlessly evokes exoticism with rivulets of crystal droplets ($140).
Stylized scrolls create a lush tropical garden on The Rug Market's Indoor/Outdoor nylon design, featuring antibacterial and colorfast properties ($260, 4×8). Stylized scrolls create a lush tropical garden on The Rug Market
Finished with a reactive glaze, Global Views Finished with a reactive glaze, Global Views' food-safe Salmon Fish plates are equally enticing as sushi servers or decorative displays ($10 to $40).
Red Egg's Moderne Maru cocktail table recalls traditional cane furniture from '30s Indochina, updated with a rich tortoise finish and sleek geometric detailing ($1,000). Red Egg
Intricate openwork gives an alluring air to Cypress Point Home Intricate openwork gives an alluring air to Cypress Point Home's pierced porcelain table lamp ($229).
Notre Monde's antiqued sunburst mirror takes an unexpected twist with intriguing webbed rays ($195). Notre Monde
Lavish florals inject a spicy foreign note into Greenhorn Trading Lavish florals inject a spicy foreign note into Greenhorn Trading's Arran cashmere throw ($2,100).
A wooden frame outlines the curvaceous form of David Francis Furniture's Wing chair, filled in with rustic cane ($3,330). A wooden frame outlines the curvaceous form of David Francis Furniture

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