Interior Design 2
Strand 5Students will distinguish features of selected furniture styles and characteristics of quality furniture.
Standard 1Identify selected furniture styles and common characteristics of each
|Early American||Turned legs, square, blocky with plank seat or cane seat.|
|Queen Anne||Cabriole leg, pad foot, shell motif, wing chair.|
|Chippendale||Ball and claw foot, ears, Chinese influence-black lacquer Japanning, camel back couch.|
|Hepplewhite||Shield back, tapered legs|
|Sheraton||Square back, tapered legs|
|Duncan Phyfe||Lyre back, splayed legs, laurel leaves.|
|Shaker||Ladder back, simple, structural lines|
|Victorian||Very ornate, tufting, elaborate carvings on wood parts.|
|Modern/contemporary||May use one or more materials in construction—glass, wood, metal and plastics, textiles.|
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