European Furniture

European Furniture
European style furniture is an important element of European style decoration, mainly represented by Italian, French, British and Spanish style furniture. Exquisite manual cutting and carving. European style furniture can be divided into four types according to different styles and details: European classical furniture, European neoclassical furniture, European pastoral furniture and simple European furniture.
Purchasing skills of European style furniture
Purchase of European style furniture
When purchasing, try to pay attention to the style to be elegant. Some inferior European classical style furniture is very rigid in shape and style, especially some typical details of classical performance, such as arc or vortex decoration, are clumsy.
In addition, to pay attention to the material, European classical style furniture must be good material to appear bold. Pay attention to the advantages and disadvantages of edge banding materials, and pay attention to whether the edge sealing is uneven and warped. When selecting, we can see the gap between the door seam and drawer seam of furniture. If the gap is large, it means that the workmanship is rough, and it will deform after a long time; we can see the furniture materials from the hinge slot and hole drilling.
Characteristics of European furniture
1. Pay attention to decoration: whether it is “classical” or “neoclassical furniture”, you can often see various kinds of embroidery, Tassels and rivets and other decorations.
2. Complicated lines and emphasis on carving: “Baroque furniture” has complex and exquisite carving patterns; “Rococo furniture” also pays attention to carving, but the lines are softer; and the lines of “neoclassical furniture” are more lively, mainly to show the texture of inlays.
3. Preference for bright colors: the colors of Baroque furniture are very strong, among which gold is the main color, and gold-plated or gold foil is often used to decorate, which makes it resplendent; “Rococo style furniture” has a soft color, with beige and white patterns as its main color; neoclassical furniture tends to warm color, such as log color.