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Furniture Styles Power Point 2!!


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Furniture Styles Power Point 2!!

  1. 1. By:Amanda Hunt Furniture Styles
  2. 2. Queen Anne This is an example of Queen Anne style. This a drop-leaf dining table it has a delicate refined look. Queen Anne style was known for its simple curved lines and cabriole leg.
  3. 3. Chippendale This is an example of Chippendale because it has classic curved lines and square legs. It also has a pediment at the top of the cabinet which is often associated with Georgian style.
  4. 4. Federal Style <ul><li>This table is made up of a circular table top and square legs classifying this as a piece of Federal style furniture. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Contemporary/Modern <ul><li>Contemporary/Modern furniture has a very unique look. It uses unusual shapes and forms. This style was created to replace wood with glass and steel. </li></ul>,+contemporary+and+retro+style+furniture!3.jpg
  6. 6. Art Nouveau <ul><li>Art Nouveau is French meaning “New Art”. These furniture pieces are based on patterns of natural forms like waves, leaves and branches. The furniture usually has lots of detail. </li></ul>
  7. 7. Shaker <ul><li>Shaker style was based on pure simplicity. The furniture was designed to be useful. This style was introduced in 1744. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Empire <ul><li>This style was most popular in France curing the reign of Napoleon. The Empire style furniture was very decorative and elaborate, using heavy fabrics. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Hepplewhite <ul><li>The Hepplewhite design is known for its variety of chair backs. It usually has a back including a shield or a heart design. </li></ul>
  10. 10. Duncan Phyfe <ul><li>Duncan Phyfe style were done mostly in mahogany wood. The chair legs were usually curved out to the side and the tables were supported on finely carved pillars or lyre-shaped bases. </li></ul>
  11. 11. Baroque <ul><li>This style was an Italian outgrowth of late renaissance. It emphasises fullness of size, scale and proportion. Uses twisted turnings, broken, and reserved curves. </li></ul>
  12. 12. Spanish Baroque <ul><li>This style was characterized by richly carved and gilt decorations. Chair backs were pierced with geometric patterns or floral motifs. </li></ul>