Mari Holzer. furniture. August 04th , 2017.
Traditional design predates Modern design, but, is updated to have a contemporary appeal. When compared to other Contemporary styles, Traditional furniture is the complete opposite. It draws on pre-Modern inspirations which use wood as its main material instead of metal. Contemporary versions of Traditional furniture have sleek undecorated lines, and use lighter tone woods instead of dark wood.
There are many options that are available in terms of colors, design, shapes and sizes. Mirrors with wrought iron frames, wooden frames or even stone frames are very popular. Mirrors are not only high in utility, but also work as a beautiful decorative piece. It can be used for multiple tasks if it is positioned strategically. There are various attractive mirrors available in the market which you can acquire as per your needs and liking. Mirrors are available in various finishes, styles and sizes to match with your bedroom dcor.
There are those that decorate their homes as though it belongs in another century-specifically, the one with the French Revolution. Curlicues, ornamentation, and baroque are not styles you appreciate in furniture. Then again, you don't much favor the sharp lines and starkness of contemporary furniture either. And you certainly don't own a Colonial style canopy bed or a country home dining table. No, your bedroom furniture is transitional because you want it to be able to blend with everything and anything. You admire the details that are part of traditional furniture, but also approve of the simplicity of contemporary furniture. For you, the choice is not "what goes with this?" so much as "what doesn't go with this?"
Jacobean furniture was very sturdy, massive in size, notoriously uncomfortable, and made to last. The furniture pieces that were produced consisted mainly of chests, cupboards, trestle tables, wainscot chairs, and gate legged circular tables. Brewster and Carver chairs (made with numerous spindles filling their straight frames) were also produced, their names taken from two distinguished American Colonists of the period.
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