Left: Moroccan ceramic plate and bowl in bright tumeric yellow. Intricately decorated with leaf and fruits motif. I bought three set of this kind of ceramic in Essouria, Morocco, another set with lemon yellow colour hangs on the other side of the 'Bali Window'. One can also notice the hanging Middle Eastern coloured glass and copper lamp from Bali.
Right: Japanese ceramic called Ko Imari Sometsuke Chawan or Bowl. These floral motif bowl are very popular during the 17th century in Japanese Royal Court. The ever popular teak wood 'Bali Window' is also hanging on the one side of the dining hall which compliments the wood-glass cabinet placed below it.
Left: The copper calligraphy of Ayyatul Qursi in a wooden panel frame is hanging on the hallway to the Master Bedroom, directly visible from the main entrance (good feng shui and avoid evil spirits entry). On top of it is a hand-painted Gypsy's motif deco plate from Macau, made in 1936.
Right: A friend of mine from Johor Bahru presented this brush painting as a farewell token. The bamboo motif is surprisingly soothing and tranquil if one look 'deep' inside it. Painted on a rice paper by Chinese Muslim and nicely placed on Chinese cotton with floral embossed texture. On top is another deco plate from Macau, a strong Portuguese influence motif.
Left: Huge teak wood mirror with very minimal deco on the edges - 'kembang teratai' or lotus flower. I hang 2 sets of wall deco plate from Europe on the left and right side of the mirror. Partially visible on the right are hand-painted tiles framed in pine wood from Holland, which I bought more than 11 years ago while travelling solo in Europe. On top is a huge oval shape China's serving plate with small holes around the edges.
Right: The calligraphy of Allah and Muhammad in Arabic, made from black volcano sands in Borobudur, Jogjakarta. Heavy and strong with solid Berlian wood frame.
Left: Another Japanese Ko Imari Sometsuke's plate collection with floral motif. Hanging on a black steel plate hanger from Spain.
Right: French 'Aquarelle' paintings from Daniele Fraboulet, 1996. Aquarelle means 'watercolour' and this realistic fruits and vase/water jar object is seeing framed in white painted pine wood. This is definitely one of my favourite things hanging on the wall.