Queen Anne http://www.museumfurniture.com/queenanne/5desk1.jpg It has Queen Anne's popular use of oak wood. It is very rectangular and has ball and claw cabriole
Chippendale http://elitechoice.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/kenure_cabinet.jpg The square leg of this piece represents the Chippendale style
Federal http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/bc/Federal_Table.jpg/180px-Federal_Table.jpg The square shape creates the geometric simplicity of the federal style.
Contemporary http://www.targetwoman.com/image/contemporary-furniture-guide.jpg These chairs and tables are made from plastic and glass. The strange shapes also emphasize the contemporary style
Art Nouveau http://lh3.ggpht.com/Mom25dogs/R-OvV928zYI/AAAAAAAAGXk/LLCzXsddg7w/s400/Art+Nouveau+furniture+Serrurier-Bovy_1899.jpg This piece resembles nature by having a branch-like structure. This clearly represents “New Art”.
Shaker http://teak-outdoor-furniture123.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/shaker-furniture.jpg The simplicity, yet functional structure shows the shaker style of this table.
Empire http://www.museumfurniture.com/empire/10armchair1-1800.jpg This chair represents empire style by its elaborately designed French style structure.
Hepplewhite http://www.zandkantiques.com/antiques/antiquesTHs/SplayedLegTH.jpg This “shield an heart” chair represents the Hepplewhite style because this stile is known for this design
Duncan Phyfe http://www.antiquesandauctionnews.net/images/wks/09-11-2009/AAN/488037_files/image002.jpg This Duncan Phyfe style chair is made of mahogany which represents this specific style.
Baroque http://whitedesign.webs.com/n664206735_557423_3597%5B1%5D.jpg The bright color and bent front side of this side table is an example of the Baroque style
Spanish Baroque http://www.austinauction.com/grfx/pr/AAG-Baroque.jpg This bed frame is obviously Spanish baroque. The intercut design and carvings clearly show off this style