Welcome the year of the horse in with pretty lanterns and antique-inspired pieces
Food is an important part of Chinese new year rituals with feasting representing wealth and prosperity
Shoot off firecrackers to send out the old year and welcome the new. Then head inside to warm up among fiery-coloured furniture.
Bring a European twist to proceedings with Out There Interiors' fusion plates.
East meets West: Chinese European 'Fusion' fruit plate, £65 (left) and £35 (right), Out There Interiors on Not on the High Street
All the spring cleaning must be done before the new year begins for fear that the good fortune will be swept away.
Pretty spring pieces: Classic Chinese cabinet, £475, The Old Cinema; 1950s rose-patterned wastepaper bin lined with Chinese newspaper, £49, Orchid Furniture; Antique decorated elm picnic basket, £145, Orchid Furniture; Celadon glazed baluster jar with lid, £150, Indigo Antiques