Over two decades we have expanded our line of Chippendale furniture reproductions to include every room, and it's still our most popular furniture style. Browse our craftsmanship and selection!
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At Lauren Crown, we offer more than 25 years of experience in reproducing high-quality antique reproductions. We know how exciting it can be to refurbish your home, but we also understand how daunting it can be when you start adding antiques into the mix. We strive to make the process of shopping for antique-inspired furniture as easy as possible, which is why we have characterized three of the most popular styles in our collection: Chippendale, Victorian and French.
Beginning with Thomas Chippendale, this iconic furniture style is noted for its use of cabriole legs and ball-and-claw feet. Chippendale furniture incorporates the most beautiful of Rococo influences.
-What is Chippendale Furniture?
Chippendale furniture is an English style made in a modified Rococo style featuring the iconic S-shaped cabriole legs with the ball-and-claw foot. Many of the Chippendale chair arms feature ribbon motifs with shell motifs carved into many other pieces of Chippendale furniture.
-When was Chippendale furniture made?
Chippendale furniture originated in the 16th Century, between the 1750s and 1760s.
Victorian Styles FAQs
Victorian furniture is a style of antique furniture created during the reign of Queen Victoria. It is often revivalist in manner, adopting motifs from other periods.
-What furniture exemplifies Early Victorian furniture?
The Victorian Chaise Lounge and the Camelback sofa are one of the most recognizable pieces that exemplify the Victorian style.
-When was the Victorian Style period?
Victorian styles in both architecture and furniture emerged in the period between 1830 and 1910. This was during the reign of Queen Victoria and during the style revival.
French Provincial Style FAQs
French Provincial style furniture was created in smaller, countryside provinces and cities away from Paris. This style showcases simplistic elegance with less ornamentation than furniture made for the Parisian nobility.
-What is the French provincial style?
The French Provincial style took inspiration from the homes it was designed for. Sturdy and rustic details with simplified lines and less ostentatious decoration than Louis XIV's furniture style.
-What are the features of French Provincial style furniture?
The French Provincial style features sturdy and enduring design using solid wood with ornamentation featuring flowers, foliage, animals, and landscapes. Fasteners were created from iron which was more durable and inexpensive.
When it comes to beauty and elegance, the Victorian era remains a constant presence in the world of home furnishings, Add sophistication to your home with these exceptional pieces of furniture in the Victorian style.
French Provincial Furniture
Today you'll find French Provincial furniture decorating five-star hotels and Michelin-rated restaurants because, of its sophistication and class. The provincial style offers the flexibility of fitting in both formal and more casual settings.