The Latest Buzz

A Home in Porcelain Hues

Who knew that Alison and Bo Jia, whose Middle Kingdom vases and bowls grace Ralph Lauren stores in Paris and Dubai as well as the sets of “The Apprentice”, are as talented in interior design as they are in creating the most elegant Chinese porcelains around.  We were thrilled to see their Georgetown row house recently featured on the cover and in the pages of Washington Spaces with a wonderful article by Jennifer Sergent and photos by Morgan Howarth.


The home’s decidedly Western architecture is softened by Bo’ s masterful color scheme (“I’m very good with color, so I wanted to use all the colors together…  I can’t do all white.”)  and by Eastern accents like the Chinese birdcages turned into chandeliers and a series of 19th-century portraits of Japanese kabuki actors.


We have always been fans of Middle Kingdom porcelains and now we’re even bigger fans of the Jia school of interior design.




Previous Post Next Post

You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply