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Art Deco was another contemporary design movement popular in the early part of the 20th century. It merged the previous styles of Art Nouveau and NeoClassicism. In the United States, Art deco rose in popularity after the end of WWI as a sleek smooth style which used materials such as stainless steel, molded plastics, and smooth glass. Its lines were curved or geometric compared to the organic lines of Art Nouveau. And, its use of bold patterns and animal prints compliment its use of smooth domes and rounded depressions.
George Widdicomb left England in 1845 for New York, where he set up a cabinet store in Syracuse. He left Syracuse in 1857, and headed for Grand Rapids, Michigan. There he started up another cabinet shop along with several other carpenters. His experience of making fine English furniture paid off, because his style rapidly became popular in an area of America that was more used to the pioneering style of furniture.
Contrast arrangement: Do not forget to combine straight and curved lines for a neat and fun look. Too many clean lines will give your home furniture a cold look while on the other hand, too many curves will not offer any direction. To create a balanced look, put together an eclectic mix of both. For instance, pair a leggy table with upholstered chair for a decent look.
Task chairs - these are the normal everyday office furniture chairs that most people use at home. These can be very cheap, acquired at your local discount store for under $30, or can be ten times this amount for a good one that will last awhile. These can be cloth, leather (real or fake) or made of other man made materials. Many will have ergonomic features such as lumbar support, and are also adjustable in multiple ways. Most of us can find a task chair that will suit our daily use, you just have to take the time to try out a fair number of them to discover what will work best for you.
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