Projectt Furniture- Amy Wattinger

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Projectt Furniture- Amy Wattinger

  1. 1. Interior Design Project:<br /> Furniture Styles<br />
  2. 2. QUEEN ANNE<br />http://www.artandantiqueemporium.com/table_tea/big-images/queen_anne_drop_leaf_table_big.jpg<br />http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_-jdSLNVsZdc/SqrRx0MvkhI/AAAAAAAABhw/r2zlUVKy5is/s400/Scan_Pic0001.5.jpg<br />This style was influences by Queen Anne <br />Of England from 1725 to 1760. It has a <br />delicate and refines look.<br />
  3. 3. CHIPPENDALE<br />Between 1760 to 1785, this style is a <br />combination of several lesser styles, like<br /> French and Rocco. This includes natural <br />elements of design, such as flowers, leaves,<br />and birds.<br />http://www.customfurnituremaster.com/Resources/CASE/Chippendale%20chest-w.JPG<br />
  4. 4. FEDERAL STYLE<br />In the late 18th century, George Hepplewhite<br /> was a cabinet maker. The style was marked <br />by simplicity and clean geometric shapes.<br />http://communitywarehouse.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/p1140400.jpg<br />
  5. 5. Contemporary/ Modern<br />This style became popular in the 60’s, and <br />tended to try and replace wood with glass<br />and steel. Very unusual, yet simple <br />geometric shapes. <br />http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_1wHfU1IM-UE/SQoAAAi0gHI/AAAAAAAAAcc/3l6AKOJibbU/s400/Contemporary+modern+furniture+European+design++and+Asian+luxury6.jpg<br />http://www.toddoldhamstudio.com/studioblog/uploaded_images/mr-loungechair1-761210.jpg<br />
  6. 6. ART NOUVEAU<br />Late 19th century European style based on<br />patterns of natural forms, like branches, <br />leaves or flames. French meaning “New Art.”<br />http://blackteacup.files.wordpress.com/2009/02/artnouveau1.jpg<br />
  7. 7. SHAKER<br />Based on pure simplicity and designed to <br />be very useful. Came to America in 1744 <br />when the shakers came to escape religious<br /> persecution.<br />http://www.furniturestoreblog.com/2007/05/28/characteristics_of_shaker_furniture.html<br />http://www.janekatchercollection.com/assets/images/Desk.jpg<br />
  8. 8. Empire<br />This style was instituted in France during<br />the reign of Napoleon. The popular furniture <br />pieces were the empire bed or sleigh bed. <br />http://www.furniturestoreblog.com/2007/12/23/marston_sleigh_bed_from_restoration_hardware.html<br />
  9. 9. HEPPLEWHITE<br />Popular in the 1700’s and is known for a <br />variety of chair backs including the shield <br />and the heart.<br />http://www.constanceinteriors.co.uk/superbasket/images/products/414/s_STN349_-_Black_Metal_Heart_Back_Chair.jpg<br />http://www.museumfurniture.com/hepplewhite/5chair1.jpg<br />
  10. 10. DUNCAN PHYFE<br />http://images.oneofakindantiques.com/4315_duncan_phyfe_sofa_1.jpg<br />He was the most famous of Early American cabinetmakers. Mahogany was the main wood used often curved out to the side.<br />
  11. 11. BAROQUE<br />An Italian outgrowth of the late Renaissance<br />which emphasized fullness of size, scale and <br />proportion. With twisted turnings and broken curves<br />http://decorating.visitacasas.com/images/baroque-furniture1.jpg<br />
  12. 12. SPANISH BAROQUE<br />This style was characterized <br />by richly carved and gilt <br />decorations, chair backs <br />were pierced with interlaced<br />geometric patterns <br />http://www.nealauction.com/archive/0202/lot/furniture/continental/images/0253a.jpg<br />http://www.hantscrafters.ca/chair.jpg<br />

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