Published at Tuesday, October 09th 2018. by Matthieu Poulin in Interior Furniture.
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.
Furniture buyers would benefit from understanding the difference between an interior design professional and an interior decorator. A designer usually has a college degree, while a decorator may or may not have a formal education. Interior design professionals who work with a specific London designer furniture company, for instance, usually have a formal design education and have ample experience working with that company's specific type of designer furnishings.
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.
During the English Georgian period, one of the most famous cabinetmakers, Thomas Chippendale, began his career. Cabinetmakers were skilled in crafting fine furnishings, what we would call high-end quality. The interesting thing about Chippendale was that he was not an inventor. Instead, he took the best designs from other countries and adapted them into his own style. He was greatly influenced by French Rococo, Chinese and Gothic styles. He is best known for his great chair designs and because of these classic designs his name endures.
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