Golden Foil Carving Arm Chair
Customized golden foil carving arm chair for living room furniture from Shanghai JL&C furniture Product Photos More paintings for choosing of JL&C Furniture : Why to choose JL&C furniture: 1. Can offer special customized product, can be acted as your own home decoration planner. 2....
Customized golden foil carving arm chair for living room furniture from Shanghai JL&C furniture
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Why to choose JL&C furniture:
1. Can offer special customized product, can be acted as your own home decoration planner.
2. Professional design teams, always offer the latest and modern designed products.
3. Professional sales teams, offer the best and most professional service to all kinds of customers.
4. Always offer high quality and extreme luxury neoclassic home furniture and home decorations for customers.
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About the Neoclassical style furniture:
Every living room is an embodiment of important meetings and family get-togethers. Being in regular use it demands for good quality living room furniture which showcases the beauty of your home. Luxury furniture can elevate the value and elegance of your living room beyond measure. But only selected home furniture can make your living room aristocratic. We have formulated a list of living room furniture which indispensable for a modern luxury living room –
Elegant Single Sofa
If you are already in love with a classic sofa or a high back single sofa then you are sure to go heels over head for Elegant Single Sofa. Crafted out of finest quality wood is cushioned to seat you in a relaxed posture. Made for single person it looks emphatically luxurious and royal. It has a classic touch along with modern looks and gloss. Easily customizable according to the other furniture of your room and colour of your walls this sofa will not go out of fashion in many years to come ahead.
The Neoclassical style, sometimes called Louis Seize, or Louis XVI, began in the 1750s. Tiring of the Rococo style, craftsmen of the 18th century turned for inspiration to Classical art. The movement was stimulated by archaeological discoveries, by travel in Italy, Greece, and the Middle East, and by the publication all over Europe of works on the Classical monuments. The Neoclassical style, based on straight lines and rectilinear forms and using a selection of Classical ornaments, was first applied to French furniture during the 1760s. Classical motifs at first were sparingly applied to furniture of unchanged form, but slowly the curved line of Rococo was replaced by a simpler and more severe rectilinear design: chair legs became straight, tapered, and fluted; commodes and other storage furniture were no longer of bombé form. Marquetry was still widely used for decoration, and some cabinets were made of ebony inset with panels of Japanese lacquer. Boulle, which had not been employed in Louis XV’s reign, returned to fashion. A greater number of pieces were signed during this period (signing had been made compulsory in Paris), and Jean-Henri Riesener, Martin Carlin, and Jean Saunie.