Queen Anne This is an example of Queen Anne style. This a drop-leaf dining table it has a delicate refined look. Queen Anne style was known for its simple curved lines and cabriole leg. http://www.willishenry.com/auctions/06/am%20feb%202006/am06%2070web.jpg
Chippendale This is an example of Chippendale because it has classic curved lines and square legs. It also has a pediment at the top of the cabinet which is often associated with Georgian style. http://www.english-classics.net/images/products/public/g110-3-13-2008a.jpg
Federal Style <ul><li>This table is made up of a circular table top and square legs classifying this as a piece of Federal style furniture. </li></ul>http://www.efi-costarica.com/image-files/sheraton-style-furniture2.jpg
Contemporary/Modern <ul><li>Contemporary/Modern furniture has a very unique look. It uses unusual shapes and forms. This style was created to replace wood with glass and steel. </li></ul>http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_1wHfU1IM-UE/SQoCdI2emKI/AAAAAAAAAc0/Sntqq1YwDjE/s400/Modern,+contemporary+and+retro+style+furniture!3.jpg
Art Nouveau <ul><li>Art Nouveau is French meaning “New Art”. These furniture pieces are based on patterns of natural forms like waves, leaves and branches. The furniture usually has lots of detail. </li></ul>http://lh3.ggpht.com/Mom25dogs/R-OvV928zYI/AAAAAAAAGXk/LLCzXsddg7w/s400/Art+Nouveau+furniture+Serrurier-Bovy_1899.jpg
Shaker <ul><li>Shaker style was based on pure simplicity. The furniture was designed to be useful. This style was introduced in 1744. </li></ul>http://www.shakerstyle.com/img/home/homepage-original.jpg
Empire <ul><li>This style was most popular in France curing the reign of Napoleon. The Empire style furniture was very decorative and elaborate, using heavy fabrics. </li></ul>http://images.oneofakindantiques.com/2792_second_period_french_empire_couch_1.jpg http://crowlie.files.wordpress.com/2009/04/catphoto.jpg
Hepplewhite <ul><li>The Hepplewhite design is known for its variety of chair backs. It usually has a back including a shield or a heart design. </li></ul>http://images.homeportfolio.com/1312/257487/400.jpg
Duncan Phyfe <ul><li>Duncan Phyfe style were done mostly in mahogany wood. The chair legs were usually curved out to the side and the tables were supported on finely carved pillars or lyre-shaped bases. </li></ul>http://images.oneofakindantiques.com/4315_duncan_phyfe_sofa_1.jpg http://www.mahoganymasterpieces.com/Images/big_image/88_duncan%20phyfe%20sofa.jpg
Baroque <ul><li>This style was an Italian outgrowth of late renaissance. It emphasises fullness of size, scale and proportion. Uses twisted turnings, broken, and reserved curves. </li></ul>http://decorating.visitacasas.com/images/baroque-furniture1.jpg
Spanish Baroque <ul><li>This style was characterized by richly carved and gilt decorations. Chair backs were pierced with geometric patterns or floral motifs. </li></ul>http://www.hantscrafters.ca/chair.jpg
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