Published at Tuesday, April 17th, 2018 - 12:55:10 PM. Dining Room. By Yannick Toinette.
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This traditional dining room features a spectacular crystal chandelier, but all the furnishings are also adorned with details that are characteristic of baroque style. Scrolls and foliage are used as ornamentation on the backs of the chairs, table edges and feet, as well as on the sideboard and buffet. The shapes of the dining chairs are reminiscent of baroque style, with the slightly curved front legs and flamboyant detailing at the head of the chair. In addition, the elegant silk upholstery is of the style used in the Rococo period.
Golden details, ornate embellishments furnishings with sinuously curved legs and line, as well as furniture upholstered silks are all hallmarks of these design styles. While Baroque and rococo styles are often confused, Baroque was the origin of this era and the lighter, more graceful Rococo style came at the end of the Baroque period.
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