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This year, Chinese New Year falls on Sunday, January 22. We’re entering into the Year of the Rabbit, which is thought to bring good luck, patience and prosperity to those born in years associated with the Rabbit, including 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011 and 2023.
According to Chinese astrology, the animal is known for thinking things through before acting — an energy that’ll encourage us to approach challenges and opportunities calmly and rationally.
For those who celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of the best decorations to display around your home. Not only will they help you to bring in more of that calm and rational energy — not to mention good fortune! — they’ll look great, too.
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From beautiful, yet affordable red lanterns, to sauce dishes and bowls you can keep using long after celebrations are over, this is our edit of best décor to get for your home this upcoming Chinese New Year.
Serve your favourite Chinese New Year dish in this 32x27cm stonewear bowl.
Use the vase with flowers or alone, as a décor piece in its own right.
Grab this set of five ceramic tea cups for the whole family to enjoy tea after a meal together.
This set includes 20 handmade 15cm paper lanterns.
A table runner is an easy way to jazz up a table setting. This one is made of red silk and showcases spring plum blossoms.
Add a pop of red to your couch with this plush cushion, which comes with a cushion insert.
This set includes four napkins, all hand-sewn with 100% European linen.
Made from stonewear clay, this 35cm-tall designer lamp will stay with you for years.
You’ll be using these hand-blown drinking glasses long after Chinese New Year.
These fibreglass chopsticks won’t give you the metallic taste of metal chopsticks or the burrs of wooden or bamboo chopsticks. Plus, they’re reusable, so you’re being better for the environment.
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