Art Deco was highly decorative, employing the use of exotic and new materials.
Art Deco motifs and materials include:
• sharp lines
• geometric patterns and metal inlay
• updated, modern versions of motifs such as Chinese fretwork and patterns of exotic textiles
• chrome and burnished metal
Contemporary modern furniture, like sofas, sectionals, loveseats, futons, and living room sets, are made in many different designs with high-quality upholstery. You can choose from a variety of upholstery materials that coordinate well with the other items in your home. If you prefer soft fabrics, then a natural cotton or chenille might be the best option for your home. For those who want to make a more dramatic statement in their front room, linen, faux leather. All of these materials are wrapped into modern sofa designs that feature clean lines, natural materials, and tufted cushions.
1811-1820 – this was a period of classical furniture. It was then the fashion to copy actual furniture of the classical Roman and Greek times. If they were not identically copied, they were made as close as possible to the classical decoration forms. Winged Griffins, lions heads, animal legs, Roman Gods: anything that was popular in ancient Rome, Egypt or Greece. Furniture had moved from natural evolution to return to Classical form. The settee returned to a couch with scrolled ends supported by sphinx heads on lions legs.
Typically, modern furniture is designed in a way to make your life easier – appearance is important, but it is not the only thing considered when creating it. Modern furniture is meant to be something practical that you have in your home thanks to its ease of use and comfort.
The Scandinavian style furniture has a beautiful character with an exceptionally comfortable shape and many well-designed details. It can easily be disassembled and dressed in different fabrics. Important aesthetically detail. Every part of furniture is designed for maximum comfort.