'furniture: Furniture styles'
Art Decoa style of interior decoration, jewellery, architecture, etc, at its height in the 1930s and characterized by geometrical shapes, stylized natural forms, and symmetrical utilitarian designs adapted to mass production BauhausCape Dutch(in South Africa) a distinctive style of furniture or architecture EdwardianElizabethanEmpireGeorgianin or imitative of the style prevalent in England during the 18th century (reigns of George I, II, and III); in architecture, dominated by the ideas of Palladio, and in furniture, represented typically by the designs of Sheraton GothicGreek Revivaldenoting, relating to, or having the style of architecture used in Western Europe in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, based upon ancient Greek classical examples JacobeanLouis Quatorzedesignating or of the style of furniture, architecture, etc. of the time of Louis XIV of France, characterized by massive, baroque forms and lavish ornamentation Louis Quinzedesignating or of the style of furniture, architecture, etc. of the time of Louis XV of France, characterized by rococo treatment with emphasis on curved lines and highly decorative forms based on shells, flowers, etc. Louis Seizedesignating or of the style of furniture, architecture, etc. of the time of Louis XVI of France, which is characterized by a return to straight lines, symmetry, and classic ornamental details Louis Treizedesignating or of the style of furniture, architecture, etc. of the time of Louis XIII of France, characterized by Renaissance forms, rich inlays, etc. MedievalNew GeorgianNormanPuritanQueen AnneRegencyRestorationSaxonSecond Empirethe style of furniture and decoration of the Second Empire, reviving the Empire style, but with fussier ornamentation ShakerTudorVictorianWilliam and Mary ▷ See furniture
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