This period saw the introduction of many pieces of furniture that exist in modern homes today – the console table, fauteuils (open armed chairs) and the chaise longue. Today’s love of exuberant wallpapers of Indian and Chinese design were just as up-to-the-minute back then -though commodes were also the height of fashion.
Colour use – After general style, colours are the second most important design factor. The colours of your dining room should match your dining furniture.. If you have a large dark wooden table it is not advisable to have light colours on the wall. Likewise if the rest of your furniture is bright, stay away from dark colours on the wall. In general you will want to avoid mixing too many colours at once in your dining room.
There is also a separate mini glove compartment. The driver’s sunglasses have a storage space above the door, and there are compartments in the center console for CDs as well as cup holders. There is even an option to get a storage compartment for under the passenger seat that is just the right size for a pair of shoes. The backseat has cup holders and jacks for MP3 players.
Louis XVI – By the time the new king Louis came along, direction changed again and the wild, silly curves of the Rococo were replaced with the elegant and formal lines of neo-Classicism. Pompeii and Hurculaneum had been excavated earlier in the century and the appreciation for classic Roman and Greek artefacts was reflected in the interior and exterior styles.
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Napoleon – In 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte declared himself Emperor of France and his military and political leadership could be seen in everything French for the next 10 years – including France’s architecture and interior styling. The classical Roman and Greek designs remained the core of this era’s style but were advanced, so to speak, with military devices.