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Louis XV

The French Rococo Louis XV style of furniture incorporates curving lines, cabriole legs (with scroll feet) and carved details of period furniture common in the 18th century.

Carving on armoires, tables and chairs depicted delicate foliate patterns inspired by nature. The French style is much more formal than the English and many pieces were accented with decorative marquetry inlay, brass ormolu plaques, and gold details.

If you like this style, be sure to look at the Rococo revival styles of the Victorian Period.

Today's reproductions are usually made from walnut or beech wood and are upholstered in a variety of textiles, often more traditional and formal in styling.





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