Highlight your bedroom with a Louis XV style chest of drawers made of precious wood, with two large drawers for storage.
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Louis XV chest of drawers decorated with rosewood marquetry, acacia, blond mahogany, amaranth and boxwood.
Its frame in Asian mahogany wood is trimmed with gilded bronzes, it opens with two drawers without separation.
Length: 105 cm - Height: 84 cm - Depth: 49 cm.
The Louis XV style was born from the regency style and focused on freedom of movement in forms and spaces. In addition to preserving an original look, the Louis XV style also inspired a new architectural style called Rococo. Using curved lines, the Louis XV style was an extremely popular choice for the French elite. The name rocaille for carved wooden models is a common symbol of the style.
The first furniture of the Louis XV style was made of solid noble wood and decorated with intricate floral motifs. Unlike the Louis XVI style, the curved shape of a chest of drawers is more common. This style is characterized by asymmetrical designs and curved legs. In addition, the rounded legs and curved shape of a chest of drawers make it a unique piece of furniture. The sculptural legs of the dresser are often very stylized and have decorative marquetry.
|Marquetry||Rosewood - Acacia - Blond mahogany - Amaranth - Boxwood.|
|Type of varnish||Vernis applied by hand to the stamp.|