Furniture of America Perm Traditional Fabric Tufted Loveseat in 2020 | Furniture, Royal furniture, Love seat

Jan 31, 2020 - Furniture of America Agatha Traditional Tufted Loveseat

Jan 31, 2020 - Furniture of America Agatha Traditional Tufted Loveseat


25 Exquisite Gray Couch Ideas for your Modern Living Room

25 Exquisite Gray Couch Ideas for your Modern Living Room

25 Exquisite Gray Couch Ideas for your Modern Living Room

If there is one color the world simply cannot seem to get enough of, then it is undoubtedly gray! The last decade has seen gray not only lead the pack of neutral colors, but it also has surged so far ahead of the rest, that the trend is now an era defining feature. For those […]


Types of chairs

Louis XIII — 1616 to 1643. A typically French style, in which but few traces of its derivation from the Italian remained. It was followed by the Louis XIV. Elizabethan — 1558 to 1603. A compound style containing traces of the Gothic, much of the Tudor, some Dutch, Flemish and a little Italian. Especially noted for its fine wood carving. Jacobean — 1603 to 1689. The English period immediately following the Elizabethan, and in most respects quite similar. The Dutch influence was, however, mor...

Louis XIII — 1616 to 1643. A typically French style, in which but few traces of its derivation from the Italian remained. It was followed by the Louis XIV. Elizabethan — 1558 to 1603. A compound style containing traces of the Gothic, much of the Tudor, some Dutch, Flemish and a little Italian. Especially noted for its fine wood carving. Jacobean — 1603 to 1689. The English period immediately following the Elizabethan, and in most respects quite similar. The Dutch influence was, however, mor...

Louis XIII — 1616 to 1643. A typically French style, in which but few traces of its derivation from the Italian remained. It was followed by the Louis XIV. Elizabethan — 1558 to 1603. A compound style containing traces of the Gothic, much of the Tudor, some Dutch, Flemish and a little Italian. Especially noted for its fine wood carving. Jacobean — 1603 to 1689. The English period immediately following the Elizabethan, and in most respects quite similar. The Dutch influence was, however, more prominent. The Cromwellian, which is included in this period, was identical with it. William and Mary — 1689 to 1702. More Dutch influences. All furniture lighter and better suited to domestic purposes. Queen Anne — 1702 to 1714. Increasing Dutch influences. Jacobean influence finally discarded. Chinese influence largely present. Louis XIV — 1643 to 1715. The greatest French style. An entirely French creation, marked by elegance and dignity. Toward the end of the period it softened into the early Rococo. Georgian — 1714 to 1820. A direct outgrowth of the Queen Anne, tempered by the prevailing French styles. It includes Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Sheraton, but these three great cabinetmakers were sufficiently distinct from the average Georgian to be worthy separate classification. Chippendale — 1754 to 1800. The greatest English cabinet style. Based on the Queen Anne, but drawing largely from the Rococo, Chinese and Gothic, he produced three distinct types, viz.: French Chippendale, Chinese Chippendale and Gothic Chippendale. The last is a negligible quantity. Louis XV — 1715 to 1774. The Rococo period. The result of the efforts of French designers to enliven the Louis XIV, and to evolve a new style out of one that had reached its logical climax. Hepplewhite — 1775 to 1800. Succeeded Chippendale as the popular English cabinetmaker. By many he is considered his superior. His work is notable for a charming delicacy of line and design. Louis XVI — 1774 to 1793. The French style based on a revival of Greek forms, and influenced by the discovery of the ruins of Pompeii. Sheraton — 1775 to 1800. A fellow cabinetmaker, working at same time as Hepplewhite. One of the Colonial styles (Georgian). R. & J. Adam — 1762 to 1800. Fathers of an English classic revival. Much like the French Louis XVI and Empire styles in many respects. Empire — 1804 to 1814. The style created during the Empire of Napoleon I. Derived from classic Roman suggestions, with some Greek and Egyptian influences. New Arts — 1900 to date. These are various worthy attempts by the designers of various nations to create a new style. Some of the results are good, and they are apt to be like the “little girl who had a little curl that hung in the middle of her forehead,” in that “when they are good they are very, very good, but when they are bad they are horrid.”


Aim High: Statement Ceilings Are 2018’s Most Romantic and Dramatic Decor Trend

Romantic and glamourous with origins in Old World luxury, statement ceilings boldly make their return to interior design in 2018, via @VogueMagazine.

Romantic and glamourous with origins in Old World luxury, statement ceilings boldly make their return to interior design in 2018, via @VogueMagazine.

This year sees a return to old-world grandeur.


Home Decor - Decorating Ideas and House design | Architectural Digest

The study's millwork was refreshed with a peacock shade | archdigest.com

The study's millwork was refreshed with a peacock shade | archdigest.com


22 Living Rooms With Leather Furniture - Page 2 of 5

22 Living Rooms With Leather Furniture - Page 2 of 5 - Home Epiphany

22 Living Rooms With Leather Furniture - Page 2 of 5 - Home Epiphany

A nice warm tone leather furniture can warm up a space and are comfy and durable.


Bamboo blinds...
Have these in my oldest sons room...love them!

Bamboo blinds... Have these in my oldest sons room...love them!


Luxury Sofa || SKU LSD139

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NOTE: ALL Products Are Made On Order

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Midnight blue living room | Living room decorating ideas | Ideal Home

Add a rug in a tonal colour to bring a dark living room scheme to life

Add a rug in a tonal colour to bring a dark living room scheme to life

Looking for midnight blue living room decorating ideas? Check out this modern peacock-like palette living room. Take a look at Housetohome.co.uk's living room gallery for more decorating ideas and inspiration


Gathering House

The Gathering House is a traditional New England Yankee Barn Home. It features 3,963 square feet post and beam open concept living space, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, porch, greenhouse, media room, study…

The Gathering House is a traditional New England Yankee Barn Home. It features 3,963 square feet post and beam open concept living space, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, porch, greenhouse, media room, study…

The Gathering House is a traditional New England Yankee Barn Home. It features 3,963 square feet post and beam open concept living space, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, porch, greenhouse, media room, study…


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