A classic 1930s European bistro chair, reinterpreted in a versatile all-natural shade. Crafted with a rattan frame and woven rattan seats, it's great for the kitchen or the patio. (Just remember to store it indoors when the rains come.) Look closely and you'll notice the wonderfully organic marks created while bending and stretching the rattan by hand – a time-honored technique perfected by the French.
One 57 | Michael Dawkins Home
beautiful bedroom with wood plank ceiling
Photos of Burma's Temples, Beaches, Monks and Food
Western and traditional styles mix easily in Burma, as seen in this Mrauk U barbershop. The man’s skirt, tied from a sheet of cloth, is called a longyi.