Thursday, 21 May 2009

My future Tea corner

Dear my loving readers,

To add color to the tea drinking area, both Chinese paintings or Chinese Calligraphy are normally used to decorate the area. This is vital to create a tranquilly of environment.

To give you a real feel of it, below I have attached several such paintings for your viewing. These are the paintings I am thinking to use for my future tea corner.



To follow my previous post on my present tea corner, please click at the title of the post. You may take a quick tour at the tea corner I currently having.

I am planning to create a new area for my tea corner segregate from my dining hall. This corner will be solely used for tea preparation ceremony and entertaining my guests purposes. This ares will solely display all my tea stuff and its utensil, which currently scatter every where in my house. That is the reason I need to consolidate them at one place - really promote this healthy culture and at the same time having fun of it.


Below are some of rosewood furniture I have in mind to use to decorate my tea corner. Alternatively I may use rustic log table.





With all the above furniture and display cabinet, I will then be able to consolidate all of my personal tea pots and related utensils into one place.

Please forward me some other ideas or plans you have for my consideration. Thank you in advance and look forward to hearing from you,


James Oh

4 comments:

Barbara/myth maker said...

Your future tea corner sounds like it will be quite beautiful.
Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment. :)

James Oh said...

It is my pleasure to have visited your blog. Thanks for your sweet comment here.

yoon see said...

Do you pick up Chinese brush?
It's a great Art!
You can invest sometime learning this beautiful art.
Then, you can rotate your art every one or two months at your new tea corner.

James Oh said...

Sis Yoon See, thanks for your great thought.
I love Chinese brush and drawing as well.
I will because I have set my other dreams a priority than this. As such, I have not pursue it yet.
I will post some of post of my recent trip to Shanghai in relation to this great Art, which has more than 5,000 years of history. It so happen that I have the passion of it and I will do my part to preserve this great art and culture, for the betterment of everyone, as far as I am concerns.
Through it, peace, harmony and happiness can also be maintained as it also promote better understanding, respect and good relationship with people.