Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 00:35:39 AM. Dining Room. By Cornelie Aubert.
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Look closely and it’s possible to identify some Baroque elements in this downright contemporary dining room. As we’ve already pointed out, marquetry and inlay work really came into force during the Baroque era, and here it is used in a very current fashion. The round table — with a lazy Susan — features an inlaid pattern and the sideboard is generally unadorned save for the metallic inlay along the top and bottom.
Infusing a contemporary luxury dining room with Baroque and rococo features creates a very different look with sumptuous feel. This space adeptly mixes the two styles. The inlaid table has a black base, whose shaped legs and modestly scrolled lower edge have painted highlights. The look is modern with a nod to Baroque style gilding, here done in silver. The tall-backed dining chairs are upholstered in a modern sage velvet and sport quite backs, rather than the characteristic tufting.
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