By: Laura Ashmun
- This highboy is a an example of Queen Anne style because it has a delicate and refined look to it. It is a style that was dominate in American furnishings
- This table is an example of Chippendale because it looks like a combination of French and Rocco styles, and has intricate carvings of flowers and birds.
- This wooden table is from the Federal Style because it appears elegant yet simple, and is composed of geometric shapes.
- This living room is an example of Modern Style because it has clean lines, and borrows from previous styles.
- This living room was inspired by Art Nouvoeau with its European style of furniture pieces based on natural forms.
- This kitchen is an example of Shaker style because it is very simple and useful. It is also shows good workmanship and is functional.
- This table and chair are examples of American Empire Style because they are elaborately designed with their carvings and are influenced the French Style.
- The Hepplewhite style was invented by an English cabinetmaker and he is known for a variety of chair backs including the sheild and the heart.
- This sofa is an example of Duncan Phyfe because it has mahogany legs and they are curved out to the side.
- This sofa is an example of Baroque Style because it is emphasized by fullness of size and scale and has reserved curves.
- This bed frame is an example of Baroque with its intricate carvings and lots of detail.