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 All Bedford Hills Listings10507, history of bedford, bedford station, police department, history, about bedford hills, ward pound ridge reservation, local parks, kids, bedford hills park, rosaforte park, playground, swimming pools, winter activities, ice skating  featured listings  

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10507, home furnishings, retailer and design center, Bedford Hills, NY, Find furniture, Casual Country Styles, English Country, French Country, Rustic, Vintage, Transitional, Traditional, furniture | Westchester Country Willow Furniture

914-241-7000 
  Country Willow, a lifestyle home furnishings retailer and design center, is located at 230 Route 117 By Pass Road, Bedford Hills, NY 10507 in Westchester County. Find furniture in Casual Country Styles, English Country, French Country, Rustic, Vintage, Transitional, Traditional, and more. Custom sizes, finishes and details are available on all our furniture limiting your choices only by your imagination. Country Willow Furniture | Westchester  more . . .

10507, Bedford Hills, NY, Department Store, specialty department store, national brand merchandise, affordable prices, children, women, men, teens, kids & baby, shoes, jewelry & watches, home products, affordable prices | Westchester Kohl's - Bedford Hills

914-241-3939 
  Kohl's Department Store is located at 777 Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, NY 10507 in Westchester County. Kohl's is a leading family-focused, value-oriented, specialty department store offering quality exclusive and national brand merchandise to the customer at affordable prices. Kohl's - Bedford Hills | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Bedford Village Listings10506, hamlets, bedford hills, bedford village, katonah, history of bedford, about bedford village, bedford village memorial park, biking, hiking, fishing, ward pound ridge reservation,  largest park, fun day, out with the kids, historic sites  featured listings  

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Allegra Interiors

914-234-2313 
   
 All Cortlandt Manor Listings10567, history, about cortlandt, northwestern corner, history and antiquities, things to do, places to go, around cortlandt, activities, attractions, state parks in cortlandt, golf courses in westchester, antique shops, outdoor activities, nature walk  featured listings  

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10567, Cortlandt Manor, NY, Department Store, specialty department store, national brand merchandise, affordable prices, children, women, men, teens, kids & baby, shoes, jewelry & watches, home products, affordable prices | Westchester Kohl's - Cortlandt Manor

914-526-2111 
  Kohl's Department Store is located at 3008 East Main Street, Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567 Westchester County. Kohl's is a leading family-focused, value-oriented, specialty department store offering quality exclusive and national brand merchandise to the customer at affordable prices. Kohl's - Cortlandt Manor | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Hartsdale Listings10530, southwestern, hamlet of hartsdale, history, historical information, about hartsdale, things to do, around hartsdale, activities, attractions, places to go, golf course in hartsdale, parks around greenburgh, time to eat, restaurants in hartsdale  featured listings  

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10530, Ethan Allen, Hartsdale, NY, in Westchester, Ethan Allen Furniture,  Furniture, Rugs, Window Treatments, Reupholstery, Artwork, Lighting, Accessories, showroom, Authorized Ethan Allen Retailer | Westchester Ethan Allen

914-684-0360 
  Ethan Allen is located at 152 South Central Park Ave, Hartsdale, NY 10530. For almost 30 years, W.L. Landau, a second generation, family-owned and operated business, has served our friends and neighbors in Westchester from our Ethan Allen Furniture Showroom and Interior Design Center on Central Park Ave in Hartsdale. Ethan Allen | Westchester  website and more . . .

10805, Home Furnishing, Furniture, Oriental Rug, Hartsdale, NY, Baker, Henredon, Century, Drexel Heritage, Lee, Hickory Chair, beautiful furniture,  living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture | Westchester Safavieh Home Furnishings - Hartsdale

914-681-6000 
  Safavieh Home Furnishings is located at 120 South Central Ave, Hartsdale, NY 10530 in Westchester County. Our stores are large, complete home furnishings emporiums. We represent the finest American home furnishings brands like: Baker, Henredon, Century, Drexel Heritage, Lee, Hickory Chair, and more. All the beautiful furniture you see in the shelter magazines is the furniture you’ll see in our stores. Find living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture, accents and imported fine hand-made rugs. Safavieh Home Furnishings - Hartsdale | Westchester  more . . .
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10532, Furniture, Rug, Outlet, Hawthorne, NY | Westchester Bloomingdales Furniture and Rug Outlet

914-592-0413 
  Bloomingdales Furniture and Rug Outlet is located at 2 Saw Mill River Road, Hawthorne, NY 10532 in Westchester County. Bloomingdales Furniture and Rug Outlet | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Katonah Listings10536, history, town history, about katonah, activities, attractions, things to do, hamlets, katonah, biking, hiking, fishing, katonah memorial park, antiquing, antique shops in katonah, historic sites, john jay homestead, historic site, children  featured listings  

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BJC Designs, LLC

914-767-0683 
   

Katonah Architectural Hardware

914-232-7796 
   

Kelloggs & Lawrence

914-232-3351 
   

Poor Richards Tiffany

914-232-1415 
   
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10550 warehouse appraisals antiques used furniture Old Unusual estate clean-out complete liquidation services  Tax-deductible donation wholesale dealers auctioneers decorators Mid-Century | Westchester Adams Unlimited, Inc.

914-668-0374 
 
We buy and sell all types of antiques and used furniture.

Adams Unlimited, Inc.'s warehouse is located at 19 Mt. Vernon Ave, Mt. Vernon, NY 10550. At Adams Unlimited we buy and sell all types of antiques and used furniture as well as an assortment of other household accessories. Some of the items we are always looking for are: Good Quality Used Furniture, Carved & Inlaid Furniture, Lamps, Chandeliers & Sconces, Fine Porcelain & Figurines, Old Pottery, Art Glass, Sterling and Fine Silver Plate, Bronzes, Paintings & Fine Prints, Musical Instruments, Clocks & Watches, Oriental Rugs, Old Toys, Garden & Outdoor Furniture, Mid-Century Modern Items (50's, 60's, 70's), Anything Old or Unusual. Adams Unlimited, Inc. | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All New Rochelle Listings10801, history, about new rochelle, things to do, places to visit, activities, attractions, restaurants, dining, buying a home in new rochelle, concert, golf course, antique stores, children, park, kids, parks in new rochelle, playground, movies, shopping  featured listings  

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10805, Home Furnishing, Furniture, Oriental Rug, Outlet, New Rochelle, NY, Baker, Henredon, Century, Drexel Heritage, Lee, Hickory Chair, beautiful furniture,  living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture | Westchester Safavieh Home Furnishings Outlet

914-355-5353 
  Safavieh Home Furnishing, Furniture & Oriental Rug Outlet, is located at 64 Nardozzi Plaza, New Rochelle, NY 10805 in Westchester County. Our stores are large, complete home furnishings emporiums. We proudly represent the finest American home furnishings brands like: Baker, Henredon, Century, Drexel Heritage, Lee, Hickory Chair, and more. All the beautiful furniture you see in the shelter magazines is the furniture you’ll see in our stores. Find living room furniture, dining room furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture, accents and rugs. Safavieh Home Furnishings Outlet | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Port Chester Listings10573, history, restaurants, multiplex movie theater, about, attractions, things to do, places to see, children, parks in port chester, activities for children, kids can play, antique stores, movies  featured listings  

 Port Chester Furniture | Furniture Stores

10573, Department Store, Port Chester, NY, specialty department store, national brand merchandise, affordable prices, children, women, men, teens, kids & baby, shoes, jewelry & watches, home products, affordable prices | Westchester Kohl's - Port Chester

914-690-0107 
  Kohl's Department Store is located at 431 Boston Post Road, Port Chester, NY 10573 in Westchester County. Kohl's is a leading family-focused, value-oriented, specialty department store offering quality exclusive and national brand merchandise to the customer at affordable prices. Kohl's - Port Chester | Westchester  website and more . . .
 All Pound Ridge Listingspound ridge, new york, fine dining, scenic spots, hiking,  ward pound ridge reservation, picnics, hiking for the beginner or the advanced hiker,  fishing, cross-country skiing, demographics for pound ridge, history of pound ridge  featured listings  

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10576, Fine Art Gallery, faux finish, heart of Pound Ridge, Venetian plaster, Tuscan effects, metallic glazes, linen weaves, custom hand-cut stencils, trowel lifts, parchment color washes, organic and hand-painted floor patterns, murals, Scott's Corner | Westchester Lionheart Gallery

914-764-8689 
  The Lionheart, Fine Art Gallery is located at 27 Westchester Ave, Pound Ridge, NY 10576 in Westchester County.

From Lionheart: "The Lionheart Gallery - Contemporary Art SpaceThe Lionheart Galley has beautifully lush grounds with a pond and a aviary garden. Gallery Director Susan Grissom curates each exhibit from work chosen from the artists' studio. We have eight exhibitions a year. Our inventory consists of painting, printmaking, fine art photography, Mixed Media and Sculpture. We also have a small works library with affordable works of art, art books, and art gifts. Artist Commissions welcomed." Lionheart Gallery | Westchester  website and more . . .
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10583, Scarsdale NY, favorite store, shoppers, women's apparel, shoes, handbags, jewelry & accessories, beauty & fragrance, men's, kids', gifts, home, brands, shopping at Lord & Taylor | Westchester Lord & Taylor - Scarsdale

914-723-7700 
  Lord & Taylor is located at 750 White Plains Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583 in southern Westchester County. Since 1826, Lord & Taylor has built a reputation for service, for quality, and most of all, for style. By creating a unique mix of the latest trends and the timeless classics, we have become the favorite store of generations of shoppers. Lord & Taylor - Scarsdale | Westchester  website and more . . .
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Rug & Home Gallery

914-741-2486 
   
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10605, White Plains NY, Westchester County, great shopping, shopping, stores, Bloomingdale's designer shops, women's clothes, shoes, handbags, jewelry & accessories, beauty, men, kids | Westchester Bloomingdale's Department Store

914-684-6300 
  Bloomingdale's is located at 175 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, NY 10605 in Westchester County. For great shopping go to Bloomingdale's - Bloomingdale's is committed to once again lead the way with exclusive merchandise, customized services, and alternative shopping venues. Carrying on the Bloomingdale's brothers' dream, we're always finding ways to set our stores apart. That's both the legacy and the promise of Bloomingdale's. Bloomingdale's Department Store | Westchester  website and more . . .

10601, furniture, items for the home, The Westchester, White Plains, living room furniture, dining, kitchen furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture, furniture for entryways, outdoor furniture, furniture for kids | Westchester Crate and Barrel

914-682-0900 
  Crate&Barrel selling furniture and other items for the home, is located in The Westchester, 125 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Find living room furniture, dining, and kitchen furniture, bedroom furniture, home office furniture, and furniture for entryways, outdoor furniture, and furniture for kids. Crate and Barrel | Westchester  more . . .

Decorators & Upholstery

914-949-2962 
   

10607, department store, Lands' End, Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer, pharmacy, back to school, appliances, baby & nursery, bed & bath, clothing for women, men, and children, country living, jewelry, home products, electronics, music, moies & gaming, toys | Westchester Kmart - White Plains

914-684-1184 
  Kmart, a department store and subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation, is located at 399 Tarrytown Road, White Plains, NY 10607 in Westchester County. Kmart - White Plains | Westchester  website and more . . .

10601, Macy's, White Plains NY, Bed & Bath, Handbags, Home, Jewelry, Watches, Shoes, local Macy's department store | Westchester Macy's at The Galleria

914-421-4211 
  Macy's in White Plains is located at 100 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Macy's, established in 1858, is the Great American Department Store - an iconic retailing brand with about 810 stores operating coast-to-coast and online at macys.com. Macy's at The Galleria | Westchester  website and more . . .

10601, Nordstrom, The Westchester, White Plains, NY, leading fashion specialty retailers, clearance store, catalogs, fashion, retail environment | Westchester Nordstrom at The Westchester

914-946-1122 
  Nordstrom at The Westchester, is located at 135 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Nordstrom at The Westchester | Westchester  website and more . . .

10601, Pottery Barn, Kids, White Plains, NY, casual furnishings, Shop for furniture, children, Shop baby furniture, kids furniture, beds, furniture sets, accent tables, dressers, armoires, desks & chairs | Westchester Pottery Barn kids - White Plains

914-949-4947 
  Pottery Barn Kids is located 125 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Pottery Barn Kids provides casual furnishings and textiles designed to delight and inspire the imagination. Shop for furniture for children of all ages. Shop baby furniture and kids furniture, including beds, furniture sets, accent tables, dressers, armoires, desks & chairs and more. Pottery Barn kids - White Plains | Westchester  more . . .

10605, White Plains NY, Shop for sofas, mattresses, beds, leather furniture, kids bedrooms, dining room sets, furniture collection, bedroom, living room, dining room furniture, area rugs, affordable furniture for every room | Westchester Raymour & Flanigan Furniture - White Plains

914-269-9900 
  Raymour & Flanigan, offering the Northeast’s largest selection of brand name home furnishings, is located at 1 Maple Ave, White Plains NY 10605 in Westchester County. Shop for sofas, mattresses, beds, leather furniture, kids bedrooms, and dining room sets. Browse our furniture collection including bedroom, living room, dining room furniture, home décor and area rugs selection. Find affordable furniture for every room. Raymour & Flanigan Furniture - White Plains | Westchester  more . . .

10601, White Plains, NY, Restoration, Hardware, furniture, home decor,  West Nyack, NY, Restoration Hardware, home furnishings marketplace,  furniture, lighting, textiles, bathware, decor, outdoor and garden, baby, child products | Westchester Restoration Hardware - White Plains

914-288-0475 
  Restoration Hardware offering furniture and home decor, is located at The Westchester, 125 Westchester Ave, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Restoration Hardware is one of the fastest growing and most innovative luxury brands in the home furnishings marketplace. Restoration offers furniture, lighting, textiles, bathware, decor, outdoor and garden, as well as baby and child products. Restoration Hardware - White Plains | Westchester  more . . .

10601, Sears, Stores, White Plains NY, department stores, Appliances, Automotive & Tires, Baby items, Bed, Clothing, Shoes, Electronics, Computers, Jewelry, Watches, Lawn & Garden, Music, Movies, Games | Westchester Sears Stores - White Plains

914-644-1400 
  Sears Store is located at 100 Main Street, White Plains, NY 10601 in Westchester County. Sears, Roebuck and Co., commonly known as Sears, is an American chain of department stores handling a large selection of goods, including: Sears Stores - White Plains | Westchester  website and more . . .

10607, Stickley Audi, fine furniture, home, White Plains, NY,  highest quality furniture, Find a furniture store | Westchester Stickley, Audi & Company - White Plains

914-948-6333 
  Stickley Audi & Co, offering fine furniture for your home, is located at 50 Tarrytown Road, White Plains, NY 10607 in Westchester County. When you shop at your nearest Stickley, Audi & Co. showroom, you can be assured that we are displaying only the highest quality furniture. Find a furniture store near you. Stickley, Audi & Company - White Plains | Westchester  more . . .
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10710, Discount Furniture, Yonkers, NY, Westchester County | Westchester Bob's Discount Furniture - Yonkers

914-202-1200 
  Bob's Discount Furniture is located at 2500 Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY 10710 in Westchester County. Bob's Discount Furniture - Yonkers | Westchester  more . . .

10710, Department Store, Yonkers, NY, specialty department store, national brand merchandise, affordable prices, children, women, men, teens, kids & baby, shoes, jewelry & watches, home products, affordable prices | Westchester Kohl's - Yonkers

914-793-1124 
  Kohl's Department Store is located at 2350 Central Park Ave, Yonkers, NY 10710 in southern Westchester County. Kohl's is a leading family-focused, value-oriented, specialty department store offering quality exclusive and national brand merchandise to the customer at affordable prices. Kohl's - Yonkers | Westchester  website and more . . .

10994, Palisades Center Mall, West Nyack NY, Department Store, stores, macys.com, Bed & Bath, Handbags, Home, Jewelry & Watches, Kids, Men, Women, Shoes, local Macy's department store | Westchester Macy's Department Store - Yonkers

914-964-6680 
  Macy's is located at the Cross County Shopping Center, 800 Central Park Ave,Yonkers, NY 10704 in southern Westchester County. Macy's, established in 1858, is the Great American Department Store - an iconic retailing brand with about 810 stores operating coast-to-coast and online at macys.com. Macy's Department Store - Yonkers | Westchester  website and more . . .

10710, brand name home furnishings, Yonkers NY, Southern Westchester County, Shop, sofas, mattresses, beds, leather furniture, kids bedrooms, dining room sets, furniture, bedroom, living room, dining room furniture, area rugs, affordable furniture | Westchester Raymour & Flanigan Furniture - Yonkers

914-793-3404 
  Raymour & Flanigan, offering the Northeast’s largest selection of brand name home furnishings, is located at 1855 Central Park Ave, Yonkers NY 10710 in southern Westchester County. Shop for sofas, mattresses, beds, leather furniture, kids bedrooms and dining room sets. Browse our furniture collection including bedroom, living room, and dining room furniture, as well as stylish home décor and area rugs selection. Find affordable furniture for every room. Raymour & Flanigan Furniture - Yonkers | Westchester  more . . .

10704, Cross County Mall, Yonkers, NY, department stores, Appliances, Automotive & Tires, Baby items, Bed, Clothing, Shoes, Electronics, Computers, Jewelry, Watches, Lawn & Garden, Music, Movies, Games | Westchester Sears Stores - Yonkers

914-377-2100 
  Sears Store is located at the Cross County Mall, Route 87 & Cross County Pkwy, Yonkers, NY 10704 in Westchester County. Sears, Roebuck and Co., commonly known as Sears, is an American chain of department stores handling a large selection of goods, including: Sears Stores - Yonkers | Westchester  website and more . . .

10710, Thomasville, Westchester, Yonkers NY, Southern Westchester County, Cabinetry for the kitchen, bath, Lighting for the home, Thomasville furniture collections, living room, dining room, bedroom, find accessories, area rugs, hardware, lamps, mirrors | Westchester Thomasville Furniture - Yonkers

914-395-3994 
  Thomasville of Westchester is located at 2579 Central Park Ave South, Yonkers NY, 10710 in southern Westchester County. Find Thomasville Cabinetry for the kitchen and bath and Thomasville Lighting for the home. See Thomasville furniture collections for your living room, dining room, bedroom and other rooms in your home. Also, find accessories such as area rugs, hardware, lamps, mirrors, and more. Thomasville Furniture - Yonkers | Westchester  more . . .
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10598, department store, Lands' End, Jaclyn Smith, Joe Boxer, pharmacy, back to school, appliances, baby & nursery, bed & bath, clothing for women, men, and children, country living, jewelry, home products, electronics, music, moies & gaming, toys | Westchester Kmart - Yorktown Heights

914-243-3685 
  Kmart, a department store and subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corporation, is located at Route 118 355 Downing, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 in Westchester County. Kmart - Yorktown Heights | Westchester  website and more . . .

10598, Yorktown NY, Department Store, stores, macys.com, Bed & Bath, Handbags, Home, Jewelry & Watches, Kids, Men, Women, Shoes, local Macy's department store | Westchester Macy's Department Store - Yorktown

914-243-3301 
  Macy's is located at 700 Lee Blvd. & Route 6, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 in Westchester County. Macy's, established in 1858, is the Great American Department Store - an iconic retailing brand with about 810 stores operating coast-to-coast and online at macys.com. Macy's Department Store - Yorktown | Westchester  website and more . . .

10598, Sears, Stores, Jefferson Valley Mall, department stores, Appliances, Automotive & Tires, Baby items, Bed, Clothing, Shoes, Electronics, Computers, Jewelry, Watches, Lawn & Garden, Music, Movies, Games | Westchester Sears Stores - Yorktown Heights

914-248-2500 
  Sears Store is located at the Jefferson Valley Mall, 600 Lee Blvd., Yorktown Heights, NY 10598 in northern Westchester County. Sears, Roebuck and Co., commonly known as Sears, is an American chain of department stores handling a large selection of goods, including: Sears Stores - Yorktown Heights | Westchester  website and more . . .

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Buy furniture in Westchester County. Find the best furniture stores in Westchester, New York. Visit our comprehensive list of Furniture stores in Westchester offering many places to buy beautiful furniture for the home.

Go shopping for furniture in the malls, shopping centers, and individual furniture stores in Westchester, NY. Find a large selection of high-end furniture stores in Westchester. Visit Department Stores in Westchester where you can find furniture for all the rooms in your home. See beautiful furniture for you home at Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Lord & Taylor, Macy's, Sears, J.C. Penny, Kohl's, Kmart, Marshalls, T. J. Maxx, and Target.

Get great buys on furniture. Stores often run sales and discounts on furniture. It is not unusual to find terrific bargains on furniture during holiday sales. Also, find fabulous furniture clearance sales in White Plains and Hartsdale, NY. You can sometimes find clearance sales on already discounted items. Look for furniture discounts during holiday sales and special home sales. Look for clearance sales and special sales in furniture stores and department stores in Westchester, New York.

Visit furniture stores offering stunning pieces of furniture created in different styles and designs. Visit Country Willow in Bedford, Ethan Allen and Safavieh Home Furnishings in Hartsdale, and Stickley, Audi & Company in White Plains.

Identify brands of furniture that you like and are comfortable having in your home. Become familiar with the different brands of respected furniture manufacturers and then select a style or brand that you think will look great in your home.

Perhaps you have a favorite "style" of furniture, or several styles that you enjoy mixing to create a new and exciting look. Review 'Popular Furniture Styles' and then look for furniture made in the image of these styles and periods.

    A Bit about Furniture Styles 2


    Jacobean (1603 - 1649)
    This style, popular between 1603 and 1649, is the earliest work from the Americas. It is also referred to as Pilgrim furniture. It is characterized by heavy turnings used as legs and spindles. At times, turned legs are split in half and applied to panels for decoration. Oak or pine is common and the ornamentation is sometimes painted.

    American (1600's)
    A style of furniture developed in North America in the 17th century by the early American settlers with influences from around the world, especially Europe.

    Early American (1608 - 1720)
    This style flourished between 1608 and 1720 in Virginia and New England. It included unpretentious wood furniture of simple construction with little design detail and crude copies of Jacobean, Carolean, and William and Mary. Most pieces echoed European styles.

    William and Mary (late 1600's)
    An American style of furniture, popular in the American colonies during the late 1600’s. Walnut and maple became the material of choice and veneering was introduced for highly figured, naturally decorative wood. Hinged lids were placed on desk boxes on stands, and on chests of drawers, producing the secretary we are familiar with today.

    Queen Anne (early 1700's)
    An American style created in the early 18th century. The most relevant feature is the cabriole leg. The cabriole leg is a bowed, offset leg that grows from the floor around the entire piece. Walnut is the favored wood, but maple and cherry are also used. Mahogany began to achieve popularity during this time.

    Colonial (16th - 19th centuries)
    A term referring to furniture styles in use in colonies around the world during the great colonial period from the 16th to 19th centuries. Colonial furniture is characterized by a strong "mother country" influence balanced by the use of local materials and adapted to local needs.

    Georgian (1714 - 1820)
    Furniture of the Georgian period was characterized by a simple elegance that was markedly different from ornate Empire styles. It differed greatly from previous, more extravagant Jacobean and Queen Anne styles. Georgian furniture saw more conservative, imposing designs that reflected the English return to neoclassical art and design.

    Pennsylvania Dutch (late 1600's - 1800's)
    The Amish of Pennsylvania, also called Pennsylvania Dutch (a mistranslation of the German "Deutsch"), are known for their simplistic, old world country life. Amish furniture styles are rooted in the era of Amish immigration to America, from the late 1600s through the 1800s. This distinctive furniture style, with its Germanic influences and simple utilitarian aesthetic, is characterized by colorful folk painting, excellent wood and a sturdy 18th and 19th century farm style.

    Chippendale (18th century)
    Named after British designer and cabinet maker Thomas Chippendale, who published his furniture designs in "The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director" in 1754. The Chippendale style dominated American furniture until the 1770s. Known by its exquisite and extensive carving, it takes its name from Thomas Chippendale, an 18th century cabinetmaker, whose furnishings reflected popular English tastes of the period incorporating English, Gothic, and Chinese motifs.

    Robert Adam (1728 - 1792) and James Adam (1730 - 1794)
    The British architects Robert and James Adam were the leading practitioners of the neoclassic style in the late 18th century. Their graceful, elegant work is based chiefly on ancient Roman and Renaissance motifs. A 19th century style often included in the larger category of Federal. Adam style is characterized by a strong but restrained classical influence, somewhat heavier than contemporaries Hepplewhite and Sheraton.

    Hepplewhite (early 1700's - 1786)
    George Hepplewhite, author of the posthumously published The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide (1788), stated his goal as “to unite elegance and utility." Although Hepplewhite style is conservative, he retained design elements from earlier periods such as the cabriole leg, but tended to have a lighter appearance than the Adam style. The Hepplewhite style is neoclassic and is characterized by a delicate appearance, tapered legs and the use of contrasting veneers and inlay.

    Federal (late 18th century)
    This was the American’s reaction to the Neo-classic style during the late 18th century. Federal is more geometric and is lighter and more delicate than preceding styles. Details include fine inlay and refined turnings. Chair backs are either square cornered or curved.

    Sheraton (late 1700's to early 1800's)
    Thomas Sheraton gave his name to a stylistic period from the late 18th to early 19th centuries. The Neo-classical movement is heavily influenced by his The Cabinet Dictionary and The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer's Drawing Book. It is a neoclassical style characterized by delicate straight lines, light construction, contrasting veneers and neoclassical motifs and ornamentation. The Sheraton style was the most reproduced style in the United States during the Federal period.

    Shaker (early 1800's)
    The Shakers, who were a religious society with colonies throughout the United States, produced furniture during the early nineteenth century that is characterized by its economy and efficiency. They produced works with the attitude that work is prayer, which resulted in highly practical and functional designs that appeal to modern tastes. The plain turnings of a classic, straight back, Shaker chair is indicative of the design’s commitment to simplicity and function.

    Victorian (1837 - 1901)
    The Victorian period fell between 1837 through 1901. The industrial revolution allowed for the mass production of furniture and styles from earlier periods were drawn upon. Heavy ornamentation is a hallmark of the Victorian period. The round ottoman, balloon back chair, and single end sofa were all developed during this period. The Victorian period was the first furniture style of mass production.

    Arts and Craft (1860's - 1939)
    The Arts and Crafts period between the 1860’s and 1939 was an answer to the Victorian style. Rather than drawing on ornamental styles from the past, it took on a rustic, craftsman look.

    Cottage (mid-19th century)
    Mass-produced furniture popular in the mid-19th century, originating in functional demands rather than in display. Usually painted white, pale lilac or blue and often enhanced with fruit and floral motifs or abstract curvilinear designs. Turned legs and split backs are common characteristics.

    Art Nouveau (turn of the 20th century)
    Art Nouveau went against the Victorian mainstream of the time around the turn of the 20th century. This style is characterized by smoothly curving lines and subtle transitions through the form. It uses organic forms as inspiration for the entire design rather than simply the ornamentation. Typically, Art Nouveau lines begin a large S- shaped curve that ends in a rapid, whip like tail.

    Scandinavian Contemporary (1930 - 1950)
    At the 1930 Stockholm Exhibition and the 1939 World's Fair in New York, the larger world was first exposed to the simple, clean, and lightweight forms of Scandinavian furniture. Quality craft combined with mass production where appropriate are hallmarks of the style. Bent plywood is a commonly used material.

    Country (1980's)
    A casual style that gained popularity in the 1980's and remains popular today, often featuring nature and nostalgic motifs. The appearance of handcrafting is also important. "Distressing" is commonly seen.

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Brief History of Furniture 2

    Prehistoric Furniture
    As people began farming, permanent settlements were established. Settlements grew as a direct result of the growth of farming communities. People within the farming communities created permanent structures that became their homes. Furniture was built as a direct result of building permanent homes in which the furniture could reside.

      In Europe some of the earliest known furniture comes from a stone age village at Sara Brae in the Orkney Islands in Scotland, around 2,000 BC. The stone age farmers lived in stone huts with roofs of whalebone and turf. Inside they made stone furniture for cupboards and beds.

    Ancient Egyptian Furniture
    In Egypt, rich Egyptians lived in large, comfortable houses with many rooms. These wealthy Egyptians painted their walls and tiled their floors. They also made wooden furniture for beds, chairs, tables and chests for storage. However instead of pillows they used wooden head rests.

      Ordinary people lived in simpler homes made of mud. People may have slept on the flat roof when it was hot and they did most of their work outside because of the heat. The poor had basic furniture such as benches made of brick around the walls. Reed chests or wooden pegs on walls were used for storage.

    Ancient Greek Furniture
    In Ancient Greece, furniture was basic even in rich homes. The Greeks stored things in wooden chests or hung them from wooden pegs on the walls. A rich home would also have a dresser to display expensive cups. People reclined on couches (which could also act as beds). The couches were simply wooden frames with rope webbing and mats or rugs laid on top.

    Roman Furniture
    In Rome, rich people enjoyed luxuries such as mosaics and in colder parts of the empire panes of glass were used in windows. Romans even developed a form of central heating called a hypocaust. Wealthy Romans also displayed wall paintings, called murals, in their houses.

      The wealthy owned comfortable furniture that was upholstered and finely carved. People ate while reclining on couches. Oil lamps were used for light. Unlike the wealthier Romans, the poorer Romans had very basic and sparse furniture.

    Anglo-Saxon Furniture
    The Saxons were members of a West Germanic tribal group that inhabited northern Germany and invaded Britain in the fifth and sixth centuries AD. Upon arriving in England, Anglo-Saxons, as they became known, stayed clear of Roman towns. They preferred living in small villages. Some Saxons built wooden houses inside the walls of Roman towns. Others, cleared space in forests to both create fields for crops and to build homes.

      Anglo-Saxon houses were built of wood and had thatched roofs. It appears that the Saxons had one main house or hall with smaller groups of houses surrounding the larger central hall. Each family had one room with a hearth for cooking, warmth, and light.

      Saxon furniture was very simple. A Saxon hall was typically only one room shared by many people. Thanes (upper class Saxons) and their followers slept on beds with straw mattresses and pillows but poorer people slept on the floor. It is believed that Saxon furniture was basic and heavy such as wooden benches and wooden tables. In some upper class homes, although Tapestries hung on the walls there were no panes in the windows.

    Furniture in the Middle Ages
    In Saxon times a rich man and his entire household lived together in one great hall. In the Middle Ages the great hall was still the center of a castle but the lord had his own room above it. This room was called the solar. The lord slept in a bed, which was surrounded by curtains, both for privacy and to keep out draughts. The other members of the lord's household, such as his servants, slept on the floor of the great hall. At one or both ends of the great hall there was a fireplace and chimney, considered a luxury in the Middle Ages.

      Around 1180, wealthy people began to have panes of glass in the windows.

      Medieval furniture was very basic. Even in a rich household, chairs were rare. Often, only the lord sat on a chair, to help establish the lord as the 'chairman'. Most people sat on stools or benches. Rich people also had tables and large chests, usually made of oak, which doubled up as beds. The homes of the rich often displayed wool tapestries or painted linen on the walls. They were not just for decoration as they also helped keep out draughts.

    16th Century Furniture
    In the 16th century, life became more comfortable for the wealthy. Furniture was more plentiful than in the Middle Ages although still basic. In a wealthy home, furniture was usually made of oak and was heavy and massive. 16th century furniture was expected to last for generations. You expected to pass it on to your children and even your grandchildren. Comfortable beds became more and more common in the 16th century and increasing numbers of middle class people slept on feather mattresses rather than straw ones.

      Although expensive, chairs became more common in the 16th century. Even in an upper class home, children and servants sat on stools. Seating in a poor family was comprised of stools and benches.

      Glass windows became much more common in the 16th century. However, the poor still had to make do with strips of linen soaked in linseed oil, and chimneys were still a luxury. Poor people simply had a hole in the roof to let out the smoke.

      In the 16th century, wealthy Tudor houses lined the walls with oak paneling to keep out drafts. People slept in four-poster beds hung with curtains to reduce drafts. Some people had wallpaper but it was very expensive. Other wealthy people hung tapestries or painted cloths on their walls.

      The improvements in 16th century furniture did not apply to the poor. They continued to live in simple huts with one or two rooms (occasionally three). Smoke escaped through a hole in the thatched roof. Floors were of hard earth and furniture was very basic, used only for benches, stools, a table and wooden chests. They slept on mattresses stuffed with straw or thistledown. The mattresses lay on ropes strung across a wooden frame.

    17th Century Furniture and life in Tudor Times
    In the late 17th century, furniture for the wealthy became more comfortable and much more finely decorated. In the early 17th century furniture was plain and heavy and usually made of oak. In the late 17th century furniture for the rich was often made of walnut or, from the 1680s, mahogany.

      The term "Age of Walnut" is used to date furniture roughly from 1600 to 1730. It is believed that walnut may have been used during this period, due to the improvement in sawing techniques.

      Furniture was decorated in new ways. One of these techniques was called veneering, where thin pieces of expensive wood were laid over cheaper wood. Some furniture was also inlaid. Wood was carved out and the hollow was filled in with mother of pearl. At this time lacquering arrived in England. Pieces of furniture were coated with lacquer in bright colors.

      Furthermore new types of furniture were introduced in Stuart times. In the mid 17th century chests of drawers became common. Grandfather clocks also became popular. Later in the century the bookcase was introduced.

      Chairs also became far more comfortable. Upholstered (padded and covered) chairs became common in wealthy people's homes. In the 1680s the first real armchairs appeared.

    18th Century Furniture
    In the 18th century the wealthy owned comfortable, upholstered, and beautiful furniture. Some of the furniture was veneered or inlaid. In the 18th century much fine furniture was made by Thomas Chippendale (1718-1779) who published a catalogue The Gentlemen and Cabinet Makers Director in 1754.

      Another furniture maker was George Hepplewhite (?-1786) 3 . Hepplewhite was an English cabinetmaker and furniture designer whose name is associated with a graceful style of Neoclassicism, a movement he helped to formulate in the decorative arts.

      Little is known of Hepplewhite’s life except that he was apprenticed to the English furniture maker Robert Gillow of Lancaster, went to London, and opened a shop there on Redcross Street. Other than his noting on a chair design that it had been “executed with good effect for the Prince of Wales,” there is no other evidence to show that Hepplewhite’s was a fashionable firm; furthermore, the royal accounts have no record of the chair. After his death his estate was administered by his widow, Alice, who carried on the business.

      In America the first great cabinet makers were Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854), John Goddard (1724-1785) and Samuel McIntire (1757-1811).

    19th Century Furniture
    Victorians lived in very comfortable houses (although their servants lived in cramped quarters, often in the attic). For the first time furniture was mass-produced. Resulting in cheaper furniture, both in cost and quality. This less expensive furniture lead to a fall in design standards. To many people in the 21st century, middle class Victorian homes seem overcrowded with furniture, ornaments and knick-knacks. However, only a small minority could afford this comfortable lifestyle.

      In the early 19th century, the poorest people slept on piles of straw because they could not afford beds. Skilled workers usually lived houses with two rooms downstairs and two upstairs. The downstairs front room was kept for best. The family kept their best furniture and ornaments in this room. They spent most of their time in the downstairs back room, which served as a kitchen and living room. As the 19th century passed more and more working class Victorians could afford this lifestyle.

    20th Century Furniture
    At the start of the 20th century working class homes had two rooms downstairs. The front room and the back room. The front room was kept for best and children were not allowed to play there. The family kept their best furniture and ornaments in the front room. The back room was the kitchen and it was where the family spent most of their time. Most families cooked on a coal-fired stove called a range, which also heated the room.

      This lifestyle changed in the early 20th century as gas cookers became common. They did not heat the room so people began to spend most of their time in the front room or living room, by the fire. Rising living standards meant it was possible to furnish all rooms "properly". During the 20th century ordinary people's furniture greatly improved in quality and design.

      In the 1920s and 1930s new styles of furniture and architecture were introduced. Among these styles are Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Art Deco used geometric shapes instead of the flowing lines of the earlier Art Nouveau. The name Art Deco came from an exhibition held in Paris in 1925 called the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs.

      Because of the large selection of materials available in the 20th century, and due to an awareness of historical trends in furniture, as well as cross-cultural esthetics, 20th century furniture has many styles and implementations. The 20th century introduced more unique and different styles of furniture than all three previous centuries put together.

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