British neoclassical style that predominated during the latter half of the 1700’s. This style developed out of reaction to the more fanciful rococo style of the 1750’s, and is characterized by slender, graceful lines, refined shapes and restrained ornamentation.
A coverlet or shawl of wool, knitted or crocheted in colorful geometric designs.
Decorative technique used to create the effect of wear-and-tear on wooden, painted, plastic or other surfaces.
A vinyl or rubber mattress core that’s filled with air for support. Can be upholstered and covered with cushioning and ticking and be used in combination with a foundation.
Distress or wear marks on fabrics, wood or metal. Created when a furniture or accessory surface experiences friction in use or handling.
Style of design that uses general forms verses detailed realistic representations.