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One Louis XV table creates a majestic and refined atmosphere. You can marry your stylish furniture living room with a baroque chair or a matching Louis XVI armchair.

A baroque or style table is made of solid wood, it is painted or decorated with marquetry patterns, depending on the style you have chosen.

The Louis XV and Louis XVI table: Frenc...

One Louis XV table creates a majestic and refined atmosphere. You can marry your stylish furniture living room with a baroque chair or a matching Louis XVI armchair.

A baroque or style table is made of solid wood, it is painted or decorated with marquetry patterns, depending on the style you have chosen.

The Louis XV and Louis XVI table: French furniture

Louis XV furniture has several key features that set it apart from other styles. In addition to being known for its delicate shapes, it is also very functional. Its scale and symmetry make it a favorite choice of designers and decorators. Whether you plan to decorate a traditional or contemporary home, you should consider incorporating this style into your home.

The Louis XV table, in particular, was very decorative. Her elaborate marquetry and bronze work have added a touch of femininity and extravagance to any room. The spending power of the French monarchy is reflected in the luxurious details of this furniture. Exotic woods were used to make marquetry and other decorative elements. As a result, high-quality pieces from this period remain very expensive, buying reproductions is an excellent choice.

The table with Rocaille style sculptures

Rocaille is a form of French Rococo. It differs from Baroque in its lightness and lack of symmetry. Craftsmen in France widely used the style between 1720 and 1755-1760. The rocaille furniture has a serpentine body with two long drawers, raised on cabriole legs.

It is often made to fit a wall and has been carved with rock patterns, such as stylized leaves and buds. It is one of the most decorative pieces of furniture of the first Louis XV period. The table was usually made of oak, carved and painted with rockery. The legs are supported by an open stretcher, which has also been carved with a central rockery tower. The entire table is golden and browned. The grey marble top is framed by a serpentine design.

Floral and naturalistic motifs

This Coquille à Louis XV side table has curved legs and features a Shell decoration inside its three drawers. Its finish is a creamy white. His curved legs are surrounded by a toxic faux wood. The painting is in good condition.

During the reign of Louis XVS, French furniture design took on a new life. It was a dreary and dark period, and Louis XV's furniture reflected this renewed life. The style was also associated with a more feminine touch. Curved furniture lines and naturalistic floral motifs were typical elements of the style. This style also reflected the growing social status of women during this period.

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