Queen Anne The Queen Anne style was very popular in the past, they had dark mahogany woods, and elegant chairs. They still have Queen Anne styles in homes. access.decorati.com I would put this in a 18 th century house.
This is the Chippendale style, it’s a dark cheery wood as well as mahogany, and it was an antique in lots of homes in the 18oos. nadeausauction.com I would put this in a Georgian style house, I picked this because it reminded me of piece of furniture my parents own.
This the federal style, you would see this in country houses, and it was the period of 1785-1810. http://www.countryliving.com/antiques/appraisals/antique-chair-appraisals-0209 I choose this chair because it was elegant and I would put it in a 18 th century home.
This is contemporary/ modern and I like it because it is spaced out with a pop of color. It is in a lot of homes today. http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3271/2344607918_562376ba75.jpg I choose this picture because its modern and I have a modern home, and I have furniture what is similar.
This is a shaker antique piece and it is found in country homes, It was evened in 1744.
The empire style was invented in 1793-1830, it is an antique.
This is hepplewhite furniture , and it is a antique. The knobs are gold and the shelf's are old and cracked. http://www.equinoxantiques.com/inventory/msd021004-lg.jpg I would put this in a Victorian house and I picked this because its an antique.
This is Duncan Phyfe, I picked this because it reminded me of my grandparents furniture piece. I would put this in a seventeenth century home, because it is cream colored and it has mahogany wood.
This is baroque chair. I choose it because it looks accent and old. I would put this in an Victorian home.
This is Spanish baroque, I choose it because it looks like an antique with the gold on the top and sides. I would put this in a modern home or an French home.