By Yannick Toinette. Dining Room. Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 11:41:33 AM.
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.
Dining chairs around a minimally embellished table have a curvy back that is deeply tufted on the outside. The fridge around the seat of the chairs is different, but adds the feminine touch that rococo style is known for. The repeat of the fringy feel from the chandelier to the chairs helps tie the look together.
Scandinavian designers are famous for their minimalism and appreciation of simplicity and functionality. They strip the designs to their basics and they manage to capture style in a very pure form. When it comes to furniture, Nordic designs are easy to distinguish. For example, if you see a table without any unnecessary details or purely ornamental elements you can be almost certain it’s a creation of Scandinavian designers.
Dinner parties mean entertaining in style and there is nothing that signals a luxury dining room more than baroque style decor. While few homeowners really go with a full-on baroque design, incorporating baroque and rococo elements and details into a dining room will convey a feeling of opulence and luxury.
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