Shopping Guide: Home Decors For Your CNY Celebrations

Usher in the Year of the Earth Pig with new decor items to refresh the look of your home.

Updated on January 21, 2019 9:01 am

Catherine Zhang

Shopping Guide: Home Decors For Your CNY Celebrations

The Chinese New Year is just around the corner and as you get ready to indulge yourself in good food and catch up with friends and relatives, it is also a great time to add a festive flair to your home.

Bring good luck into your home and impress your visitors with these home items that will add a refreshing look to your space:

1. Welcome the new year with something fun and festive, just like this red door decoration. Solglimtar Door Decoration (set of 3), $3.90, IKEA

2. Who would say No to a cute pig decor? Enliven your home with this Year of the Pig plushie, $8.80, Lazada.

3. Usher in the festivities with this Fortune – Auspicious Chinese New Year Lantern, $15.90, Mason, and enjoy good fortune and luck throughout the year.

4. Chinese New Year is not complete without red Chinese lanterns that symbolise hope and bright future. Get one of the 3D 吉 (Ji) Hanging Decor 21", $123.90, Shevron, that will surely give your home a lively atmosphere of joy.

5. Munch on great food guiltlessly with this plate that says Huat Ah, which means “To Prosper” in Hokkien. Strangely Singaporean Melamine Plate – Huat Ah, $12.90, The Little Drom Store

6. As we welcome the Lunar New Year, there are a lot of things to be thankful for—most especially your family. As a reminder of how immeasurably blessed you have been with love, family, safety, and fortune, add this Auspicious Flower with Red Acrylic Plaque, $75, K Cottage Studio, that you can personalise with your family surname.

7. Pineapple is a symbol of wealth and is one of the auspicious fruits for Chinese New Year. Spice things up in your home by putting a Prosperity Pineapple With Lucky Pigs (Large) decor, $113, Wood Flower Cottage, that features a handcrafted pineapple adorned with yellow chrysanthemums and other bright blooms as well as lucky piglets.

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