Fabulous and Baroque — Modern Baroque Rococo Furniture and Interior Design

Absolom Roche 96 Inch Curved Sofa - Antiqued Silver Leaf & Pink Velvet(but I LOVE this chair.maybe harden it up with leather!

Louis XVI Style  This classical romantic style was a reflection of the discoveries of Herculaneum and Pompeii, stimulating the French court’s interest in Greek and Roman art forms.  It was a conspicuous departure from the sensuous lines of preceding styles, an example being that the cabriole leg was replaced with the leg of straight, fluted lines reminiscent of Greek columns.  It was an era devoted to elegance and classicism ending abruptly with the French Revolution.

Elegant French Bedroom Furniture Comes with the Luxurious Looks : Vintage Bedroom Mahogany French Bedroom Furniture Beautivul Carved Bunk Spare room

First Floor Bedchamber, Petit Trianon - Louis XV’s retreat room became the bedchamber of Madame du Barry in 1772 then that of Marie-Antoinette.

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classic kitchens as part of the environment

The classic kitchens are divided today between representation and everyday functions: design and production

Nice

Early century French bed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Patterned walls create a extremely decorative space possibly reflective of importance and wealth.

Versailles

Robert Polidori (Versailles, Appartement of Madame Adelaide, Painting of Marie-Clotilde-Xaviere De France, by Francois Hubert Drouais,

1) Musée Carnavalet, v. 1650. Huile sur bois de chêne. De MB 89/1 à MB 89/2. SALLE 17/CABINET DE L'HÔTEL COLBERT DE VILLACERF. Acquis par la Ville de Paris pour le musée Carnavalet en 1867. Ces boiseries proviennent de l'hôtel Colbert de Villacerf (actuel 23, rue de Turenne, 4° arrondissement). Peintes vers 1650, elles comptent parmi les décors conservés les plus spectaculaires du milieu du XVII°s. L'ordonnancement en bas lambris, lambris de hauteur....

1) Musée Carnavalet, v. 1650. Huile sur bois de chêne. De MB 89/1 à MB 89/2. SALLE 17/CABINET DE L'HÔTEL COLBERT DE VILLACERF. Acquis par la Ville de Paris pour le musée Carnavalet en 1867. Ces boiseries proviennent de l'hôtel Colbert de Villacerf (actuel 23, rue de Turenne, 4° arrondissement). Peintes vers 1650, elles comptent parmi les décors conservés les plus spectaculaires du milieu du XVII°s. L'ordonnancement en bas lambris, lambris de hauteur....

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