BY: MAISIE GWYNNE Furniture Styles
Queen Anne Style  This table has the distinctive ball and Claw cabriole on a table leg that is directly associated with th...
Chippendale Style  Chippendale styled furniture is also associated with Georgian styled furniture and includes the famous ...
Federal Style  The Federal Period was known for its simple geometric shaped furniture. This table displays the simplicity ...
Contemporary/ Modern Style  Contemporary/ Modern furniture has a very distinguishable shape made out of either marble, woo...
Art Nouveau Style  This chest is patterned with waves. The Art Nouveau style is marked by its natural formed patterns. The...
Shaker Style  The Shakers were known for their simplicity in furniture but also their excellent craftsmanship. This chair ...
Empire Style  This table is considered as Empire style because it has elaborate features that were influenced by the Frenc...
Hepplewhite Style  George Hepplewhite was famous for his elaborate chair backs, including the shield and heart shape – as ...
Duncan Phyfe Style  Duncan Phyfe style of furniture includes the Cornucopian-Leg Sofa, like the one in the picture.  http:...
Baroque Style  These chairs are an excellent example of the Baroque Style. It emphasizes size and fullness also incorporat...
Spanish Baroque Style  This Spanish Baroque chair is known by its excellent carvings and also its geometric patterns.  htt...
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Furniture Styles

  1. 1. BY: MAISIE GWYNNE Furniture Styles
  2. 2. Queen Anne Style This table has the distinctive ball and Claw cabriole on a table leg that is directly associated with the Queen Anne Styles. http://www.visionsinwood.com/images/ball_and_claw_sidetable_thumbnail.jpg
  3. 3. Chippendale Style Chippendale styled furniture is also associated with Georgian styled furniture and includes the famous Georgian pediment. http://chestofbooks.com/home-improvement/furniture/Period/images/MAHOGANY-SECRETARY-OR-BUREAU-BOOKCASE-AMERICAN-LATE-EIGHTE.jpg
  4. 4. Federal Style The Federal Period was known for its simple geometric shaped furniture. This table displays the simplicity of this period. http://www.chrisgrayfurniture.com/img-lrg/demilune-table.jpg
  5. 5. Contemporary/ Modern Style Contemporary/ Modern furniture has a very distinguishable shape made out of either marble, wood, glass, stone or plastics – like this chair. http://img.alibaba.com/photo/10917736/Flow_Contemporary_Furniture.jpg
  6. 6. Art Nouveau Style This chest is patterned with waves. The Art Nouveau style is marked by its natural formed patterns. These can be branches, leaves, waves (found in this picture) or flames. http://www.customfurniture-doub.com/siteindex.html?disFr=casework/andesk.html
  7. 7. Shaker Style The Shakers were known for their simplicity in furniture but also their excellent craftsmanship. This chair is simple yet has good construction. http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/uimages/chicago/12-12-07shaker1.jpg
  8. 8. Empire Style This table is considered as Empire style because it has elaborate features that were influenced by the French during the War of 1812 to 1830. http://www.philaantiques.com/images/loan_pics/2007/worktable1.jpg
  9. 9. Hepplewhite Style George Hepplewhite was famous for his elaborate chair backs, including the shield and heart shape – as seen in this chair. https://www.invitinghome.com/store/images/T/chair_6777s.jpg
  10. 10. Duncan Phyfe Style Duncan Phyfe style of furniture includes the Cornucopian-Leg Sofa, like the one in the picture. http://www.mahoganymasterpieces.com/Images/big_image/88_duncan%20phyfe%20sofa.jpg
  11. 11. Baroque Style These chairs are an excellent example of the Baroque Style. It emphasizes size and fullness also incorporating interesting curves and materials. http://www.auctionflex.com/auctionimages/5192/7383/P8_2LN1FG35F.jpg
  12. 12. Spanish Baroque Style This Spanish Baroque chair is known by its excellent carvings and also its geometric patterns. http://sparktart.com/Dining_chair_words.jpg
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