Most contemporary Asian homes has a touch of its cultural background which is represented in various forms, be it a ceramic ware, metal art, earthen jars or oil pitchers that are used for some rituals, ethnic art etched on ironwood or maybe just a simple wall carving that shows how their ancestors thrived in those times. These art relics fetch a hefty price that any genuine art collector would not even bother to bargain since they immediately acknowledge the effort in creating the intricate designs and its wonderful craftsmanship.
Displaying these arts as wall carvings will enhance the emotional feel of your home. It acts as a focal point or the center piece of the barren white walls of the living space. It becomes the initial subject of the guests before they start the formal catching-up with friends and family members. And can even start a long story to tell for every visitor coming in the corridor.
Simple furniture may down play the scene by creating a harmonious connection between them. Earth tone accents on the windows and trimmings may help neutralize traffic of colors within the room. And finally the presence of large windows that go full swing during warm season provides the ultimate ventilation the room needs for good air exchange.