By Cornelie Aubert. Dining Room. Published at Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 - 21:09:27 PM.
Interestingly the chandelier features Baroque curving arcs that are made from flat, smoky glass. The traditional leafy motif is rendered modern in the leaf-shaped drops that embellish the bottom and are mixed with feminine beads in a nod to the rococo.
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.
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.
Elsewhere in the space, a painted rococo sideboard is paired with modern wall decor and a fully contemporary china cabinet adjacent to it has the same gilded embellishment but in an angular design. Across the room, the curved console is decidedly contemporary as are the accessories and wall art. Finally, the chandelier adds a striking rococo flourish to the luxury dining room with its leafy, floral style and lovely green color.
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