Published at Wednesday, 10 October 2018. Interior Furniture. By Matthieu Poulin.
One trend that started in interior furniture during this time was the 'matched look'. Every piece of furniture in a room had to be matching and well coordinated. This is the time when the furniture sets for different rooms came into vogue. The sets were mostly in wood that was bright and light and the look adopted was modern and sleek. Buying a bedroom set that was readily adopted by other previously purchased furniture became a hot favorite for people buying new homes. The sets usually included a double bed, two night tables on either side and/or a dressing table that was pre-fitted with a mirror.
Architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus School after World War I in Weimar, Germany. Its mission was to unite the fields of creativity and craftsmanship in the design of all products. At the school there were master teachers in the areas of architecture, furniture design, painting, typography, textile design, music, sculpture and color, each with the emphasis on functional design. The familiar mottos of "form follow function," "less is more," and "a house is a machine for living" came from the Bauhaus School.
Let's take a look at some truly fascinating styles of interior furniture. The first to be discussed is American furniture. In this kind of furniture you will find three main styles and they are the Antique style, the modern style and the Rustic style. Each of them is unique with the European furniture style influencing the Antique styles and the World War II era influencing the modern style of furniture.
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