Here are a few starter pieces from my wish list.
This black-and-white pattern can integrate easily with your existing solid dinnerware. (I use one bowl for my sponges next to the sink.)
The two-tone pattern makes this a subtle accent.
I mean, if it's good enough for Gwyneth ...
Oh-so-subtly Asian-inspired, plays well with clean lines of other midcentury pieces, and has a glam edge to it.
This little side table looks like a simple vintage classic from the side, Chinese from above.
And again, with more Chinese.
It's on the nose, yes, but in a room with few other embellishments, this shape can feel really fresh, even sexy.
So pretty, so removable.
Screens are making a comeback — and while cane or wicker might be more of-the-moment, a chinoiserie screen is trend-proof.
The easiest way to integrate a little chinoiserie is with china itself.