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FYI SOUTH Magazine, June 2004.

Orange

96, WuFu 4th Rd., YenCheng, Kaohsiung City
(07) 551-0580;Hours: 11 am-8-30 pm

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       Belonging to a class of its own, brand-new ORANGE is the epitome of personalized home decor. 99 percent of the inventory is imported from Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia. With connections to warehouses, artisans, and textile merchants the world over, this is the place to seek out your ideal motif. The main item for sale is fabric, specifically, world-famous Jim Thompson silk. Once you've settled on the fabric you want, arrangements can be made with a third party to incorporate it into part of a custom-made piece of furniture (e.g. sofa). Other items for sale include one-of-a-kind original artwork, sterling silver collectibles, and antique-style furniture. Much like the fabric portion of the store, it's possible to special order items. For instance, if you see a desk you like, but wish to change the wood type and color, it can be arranged. This flexibility means prices vary hugely. Time is also a consideration as special orders, from contract signing to delivery, can easily require several months. Although you may not be in the market to build a dream-home anytime soon, it's well worth a visit to get the ideas rolling. --By Emi Higashiyama

 

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