Furniture. Monday , August 21st , 2017 - 21:29:05 PM
This chair has been recommended as a best pick even by doctors. They say it is the healthiest way to sit and relax your body in a position elevating your legs above the heart level. Such a posture simply pulls out the pressure from the spine and relieves the body completely. Additionally, it features an interior wood-base and extra wide leg rest for maximum comfort. Furniture springs for comfy seating and lavish, ergonomic bonded leather cushions for articulating a head and neck rest. Plus it has a perfect operational brake-control system for precise positioning and is available in four colors.
Some people prefer to get the peeling and distressed paint look of antique furniture. This style is suitable mostly for the kitchen and the family room. The usual colors are white, red, green, yellow or blue. First, start with sanding the furniture, and then apply latex paint. When the paint has cured, sand it once again in certain spots to get the worn out look. A slight touch of dilute paint here and there on your painted furniture will improve its visual appeal.
The Empire style furniture is massive, in grand scale and very masculine. It has a severe, heavy, masculine look with no carving. The wood carving which is very common in the previous styles of Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI is generally replaced with wood veneers polished to a high sheen. To equalize the bareness of wood veneer, metal gilts are used to adorn the furniture. A good clue to identifying the Empire style is the vulgar use of ormolu mounts. Ormolus are gilt-metal decorations usually in different decorative motifs. These are usually drawn from antique sources or patriotic inspiration. There are motifs derived from Egyptian archeology. Falcon, sphinxes, cobras, obelisks, winged lions are just some of these Egyptian inspired decorations. Napoleon's fascination with his conquest of Egypt and later on the excavation of ruins by the French Egyptologists created so much interest in everything related to Egypt.
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