This is Queen Anne style because it is a drop leaf table and has ball and claw cabriole legs with shell motifs. This was a popular element in this period. http://www.equinoxantiques.com/inventory/TL0045-lg.jpg
This is a Chippendale style of furniture. It has square legs and pediments. Also, it is a grandfather clock, which was developed during this period. http://www.antiques-atlas.com/dealer-stock-images/shackladysantiques/as135a078b.jpg So Defined!
This is a Federal Style sleigh bed. This was a popular style of bed during this period. It also displays straight lines and angles, a main feature of this period. http://www.housetohome.co.uk/imageBank/s/Sleigh-bed.jpg
This is modern style. It has different lines and the furniture is circular. http://www.disco-design-online.com/70s_Retro_Modern_DESIGNER_FURNITURE.jpg
This is an Art Nouveau door. Art Nouveau focused on patterns of natural things, like this door has an almost floral look to it. http://www.strotherpurdy.com/images/door1.jpg
This is a Shaker style drawer set. Shaker furniture is known for its simplicity. This set of drawers has only what it needs and nothing else. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_Oy7bvXz21lk/SkPaHbvC3mI/AAAAAAAAAqI/x965P9mJerI/s400/Shaker%2520Blanket%2520Box.gif
http://img.alibaba.com/photo/11843528/French_Empire_Style_Desk_W_Matching_Chair.jpg This is an Empire style desk. It has French influence by the shape of the legs and the ornamentation on the front.
http://images.homeportfolio.com/1312/257487/400.jpg This is a Happlewhite style chair. These chairs were known for their heart or shield style backs.
This is a Duncan Phyfe table. These tables were know for their lyre-shaped support and carved legs. http://images.artnet.com/artwork_images_529_463435_duncan-phyfe.jpg
This is baroque because it has carvings on the legs and arms and an appliqué on the fabric. http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/04/42804-004-502F99DE.jpg
These chairs are Spanish Baroque style. They have very sharp angels at the arms and floral patterns on the backs and seats.
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