Published at Wednesday, October 10th 2018. by Colin Geiger in Interior Furniture.
In the question of interior design furnishing plays a vey important role. For someone furniture is the thing to be proud of, for someone this is a pure torture. When buying furniture, we make a long-term purchase. And it depends on a choice whether you will enjoy your furniture or hate it. To furnish your home you should find accessories that are necessary and comfortable. It's not necessary for all the furniture to be from one set. It's pretty enough if all the stuff correspond to each other at least in color. Your purchase also should be of high quality if you don't want to look for a master who would repair your furniture in a few weeks after having made a purchase. And a mood spoiled by bad purchase no one will "repair". It's better to choose environmentally friendly furniture. And one more thing (that is absolutely obvious, as for me) is that furniture should fit the whole interior of your apartment. Mixing styles is not appropriate and doesn't look good.
When Spain and Italy were in power, the furniture style was called Mediterranean (Renaissance) style, each country's style reflecting their own culture. Then, when the power shifted to France, the prominent styles were named after the kings: Louis XIV (Baroque) style, Louis XV (Rococo) style and Louis XVI (Neoclassical) style. When Napoleon took control of France the styles of that era were Directoire and French Empire.
Then, you must think about the function of the product for you. If it means much, you should purchase it; if it is not, it is better for you to stop your intention and purchase another product that will be useful for you. If you buy the product that means nothing, it will spend your money and it will not be beneficial for you. It is only useful for spending the space.
How did history inspire furniture designs? Back in the early 1400's to the 1700's, furniture styles were influenced by political powers. In fact, it was the dominant countries in Europe that had the biggest effect on the furniture styles of that era. Many of the popular furniture styles were either named after that period, region or monarch of the dominant country.
In all his designs Jean Royere employed traditional artisan techniques and often his designs are personal and innovative, though unimaginative. He had opened his own gallery in 1942 at 184, Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honore for the purpose of exhibiting his collections. He later opened branch offices in Cairo, Beirut, Peru and Iran in 1946, 1947, 1953 and 1958 respectively. His works in the Middle East helped him earn large commissions which also gave him the opportunity to work with the royalty and the heads of various states. Royere's royal patrons included King Farouk of Egypt, King Hussein of Jordan and the Shah of Iran, all of whom where impressed by his creations and hence entrusted Jean with the interior design of their palaces.
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