Hanging lights, Persian rugs: How to add a touch of Middle East to your home

Victor Lim runs a Peranakan tile-making shop, the only one of its kind in Singapore where antique tile designs from the 1800s can be replicated at his factory in Indonesia. ST PHOTO: ONG WEE JIN
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SINGAPORE - Fancy rich hues, exotic artistry and an alluring blend of modern and traditional designs for your home?

Then draw inspiration from the Middle East. Think hand-decorated Turkish tribal ceramics, Moroccan lanterns with intricate perforated designs on copper and tin, antique Peranakan tiles from the mid-1900s featuring Islamic motifs, and majolica tiles made by Japanese factories before World War II.

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