Sheraton style incorporates segmented curves and straight lines which creates a crisp and light style. It was inspired by the neoclassical elements of Robert Adam’s work and adapted for use in small, domestic interiors. There are many variations of chairs in the Sheraton style and some incorporate delicate marquetry and paintings of flowers, feathers, acanthus leaves and classical urns as ornaments. This Sheraton chair features a rectangular chair back with squared tapered legs, spade feet that continued upward to form the side braces of the back. Most of Sheraton’s chairs were located in dining rooms, dressing rooms and lady’s bedrooms.