Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 00:41:07 AM. Dining Room. By Cornelie Aubert.
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Of course, spare does not always have to mean modern. This luxury dining room includes Baroque elements but runs to the traditional end of the design spectrum. The light wood furniture has curved, legs, most dramatically on the table. Embellished with carving and some gilded detailing, the table has the most ornamentation. The chairs hint at the style of the era and are accented with just a touch of scrollwork at the top. The upholstery is untufted, smooth and contemporary and the china cabinet also sports a minimum of detailing at the topped bottom.
Another example of using just a few Baroque or rococo details to elevate a luxury dining room is this one, which puts the focus on tassels. The large chandelier is the obvious focal point, and while the overall look is not ornate, the dominant feature are the hefty tassels dangling from each individual lamp. A part of the typical lambrequin motif, the tassel was an important element in the Baroque era.
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