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Category: Furniture

Not all that long ago, when someone mentioned the word "antiques," the first objects that probably came to mind were vintage tables, ch… Go to furniture

Category: Antique Victorian Furniture

Antique Victorian furniture refers to pieces made during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901), and includes both mass-produced piece… Go to victorian furniture

Category: French Style Furniture

The 17th and 18th century French monarchy—partial to flamboyant, florid excesses as well as delicate, feminine lines—had a tremendous i… Go to french style furniture

Category: Vintage Danish Modern Style Furniture

Danish Modern tables and chairs, desks and dressers, and other types of furniture from the postwar period are recognizable for their si… Go to danish modern furniture

Category: Antique Mission Style Furniture

Mission-style furniture grew out the turn-of-the-century Arts and Crafts movement, which like Art Nouveau was a response to industriali… Go to mission style furniture

Category: Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Mid-Century furniture describes tables, chairs, dressers, and desks marked by their clean lines and lack of fussy detail. While many pe… Go to mid-century modern furniture

Category: Antique Primitive Furniture

Primitive furniture, also commonly called early American country furniture, refers to handmade tables, desks, dressers, and chairs from… Go to primitive furniture

Category: Dollhouse Furniture and Accessories

One of the keys to maintaining the illusion of believability in a dollhouse (also spelled as "doll house") is the believability of the … Go to dollhouse furniture and accessories

Category: Vintage Barbie Houses and Furniture

Barbie did not live in a doll house. After starting out in a cardboard studio apartment, she upgraded to a Dream House. When introduced… Go to barbie houses and furniture

Category: Vintage and Antique Asian Furniture

Before the Far East had consistent trade networks with the Western world, each part of Asia developed its own unique style of furniture… Go to asian furniture

Category: Shaker Furniture

It is said that no one was born a Shaker for the simple reason that Shakers practiced celibacy as a tenet of their faith. But did the s… Go to shaker furniture

Category: Vintage Pearsall Furniture

Adrian Pearsall (1925-2011) liked to make his furniture out of walnut so much it became his signature, but he wasn't keen about putting… Go to pearsall furniture

Category: Eames Chairs

Charles and Ray Eames, who pioneered modern chair design in the 1940s and '50s, were responsible for some of the most innovative chairs… Go to eames chairs

Category: Antique and Vintage Rocking Chairs

It’s hard to find a piece of furniture with more American associations than the rocking chair. Benjamin Franklin toyed with the design … Go to rocking chairs

Category: Antique and Vintage Dining Chairs

In Europe, chairs were relatively uncommon until the 17th century. Before that time, kings, queens, and even clergymen enjoyed elaborat… Go to dining chairs

Category: Antique and Vintage Chairs

No piece of antique or vintage furniture conveys as much personality and says as much about its owner as a chair, whether it’s a side c… Go to chairs

Category: Antique and Vintage Tables

Tables are sometimes treated like the poor cousins to chairs, which have captured the imaginations of Arts and Crafts designers like th… Go to tables

Category: Antique and Vintage Desks

Desks delineate personal spaces for their users, who stand or sit behind these essential pieces of furniture to work, study, settle acc… Go to desks

Category: Shelves and Bookcases

The bookcase has seen many incarnations over the years. The Victorian Era saw the addition of glass fronts and short legs, for example,… Go to shelves and bookcases

Category: Antique and Vintage Cabinets

Cabinets are versatile pieces of furniture used to add home storage space, whether they’re used for kitchenware, spices, fine china, li… Go to cabinets