We found the image to the right on happy lady decorates and it reminded me of the Neoclassical lounge chair on the left that we created few years ego. These chairs are almost identical but the upholstery is different. The custom chair on the left was upholstered with dark leather and has antique nail heads, the chair in the entryway is more casual and was upholstered with a linen fabric.
This is a side chair designed by ERA Interiors and was inspired by elements of the neoclassical style. Here we achieved an eclectic look by incorporating classical elements with light delicate proportions and clean upholstery. The two straight tapered legs in the front are lined with vertical flutings. For this design we eliminated the square blocks that are often on the top of chairs by upholstering them. We also incorporated an oval chair back without exposed wood to give the chair a more contemporary look. Incorporating classical elements in current pieces of furniture is something to consider when creating your own design.
This armchair design was inspired by the Neoclassical style and features elements characteristic of Louis XVI period as well as the contemporary clean lines of the present. It has a rectangular silhouette enriched with vertical and horizontal flutings. The legs are topped by square blocks which feature hand carved small rosettes with light and delicate proportions the same way that the chairs in the Dining set in Neoclassical style do. The chair back in this furniture piece is rectangular but there are also other variations in the Neoclassical style that we’ll post in the future such as the oval back and the spiral flutings among others.
These two custom made dining chairs were inspired by the neoclassical style and are part of a set of eight chairs created by ERA Interiors for a penthouse in New York City. The Neoclassical style furniture incorporates straight lines, classical architectural motifs and light delicate proportions creating more rectangular simple silhouettes. These chairs exhibit straight, tapered legs enriched with vertical flutings and topped by square blocks with small, hand carved rosettes. These chairs have rectangular backs as a part of their design, but some variations can be oval. These clean, timeless and elegant neoclassical dining chairs are highly sought after by designers and clients who want to create an eclectic, original design for their space.