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Furniture design

  • really cute! i love the contemporary bed that you used
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  • LOOKS SO PROFESSIONAL. And cool pictures for each example
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  • The pictures you used well represented the styles, and were not as used by other slideshows.
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  • I really like your slide show, especially the Hepplewhite and Baroque chairs.
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  • AWESOME JOB!!! i liked the Empire bed. I'd use that in my house!
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  1. 1. FURNITURE STYLES By Amanda Welsh 3 rd period
  2. 2. QUEEN ANNE STYLE Cherry finish Constructed of medium density fiberboard with veneer and solid wood legs 2 drawers with double metal pulls on each drawer 2 doors with metal pulls Cabriole legs http://www.cymax.com/Common/Product/ImageGallery.aspx?ID=200839
  3. 3. CHIPPENDALE Classic curve on the arms The detail of the back The square legs http://antiques.about.com/od/furniture/p/zxfaa071908_img.htm
  4. 4. FEDERAL STYLE Simple Clear geometric shape Named after George Hepplewhite Period was from 1785 to 1810 Used it during the time of making the Constitution (Random fact) http://interiordesign.lovetoknow.com/Image:Feddining.jpg
  5. 5. CONTEMPORARY/MODERN Has various shapes, often indistinct Took advantage of modern technology and materials http://www.laflat.com/modern-platform-pavo-leather-bed-p-8074.html
  6. 6. ART NOUVEAU French meaning of “New Art.” Based on natural forms, such as branches, leaves, waves, and flames http://www.artnouveaufurniture.com/
  7. 7. SHAKER It is simple Shows good workmanship Designed to be useful Came to our country in 1744 http://www.shaker.net/html/shaker_living_room_furniture.html
  8. 8. EMPIRE An elaborately designed furniture style Between the War of 1812 and 1830 Influenced by the French Empire http://www.furniturestoreblog.com/images/wooden%20sleigh%20bed.jpg
  9. 9. HEPPLEWHITE Named after an English cabinetmaker During the 1700s Known for a variety of chair backs including the shield and heart http://www.museumfurniture.com/hepplewhite/#5chair1
  10. 10. DUNCAN PHYFE Most famous of Early American cabinetmakers Most of the work is done in mahogany Chair legs often curved out to the side http://www0.shopping.com/-duncan+phyfe+furniture
  11. 11. BAROUQE Italian outgrowth of the late Renaissance Emphasized fullness of size, scale, and proportion http://www.harpgallery.com/showroom/item6657.html
  12. 12. SPANISH BAROUQUE It is the same thing as Baroque just with the hint of Spanish in it. The curve of the legs, fullness in size http://www.michaelconnorsantiques.com/swindies.html

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