The influence of French Rococo design comes to life with the signature pierced carvings, intricate inlaid marquetry, bombe shaping, and a duo tone finish called Noble Bark.
French Rococo came to creation during the late 17th and late 18th centuries, with the word originating from a combination of the French word “rocaille,” or shell, and the Italian “barocco,” or Baroque style. It is most well known for its use of asymmetrical compositions, undulating lines, and S-curves.
Rococo furniture took on a role of comfort and versatility, and Chateau Beauvais follows the example. Throughout the collection, the accent furniture pieces can be moved from room to room, seamlessly blending into the decor. As well, each piece has been carefully designed for maximum comfort.
The upholstery features multiple fabrics mixed with metallic leather, and includes several unique pieces including a sweetheart chaise. The gentle inverted shape of the sofa compliments the carved wood and glass oval cocktail table. The bedroom group showcases a mansion bed with unique pillowed wood headboard and footboard, and dresser with bombe styling. The dining room boasts a trestle base rectangular dining table that can extend for any occasion, and detailed marquetry with a botanical feel.
Like its predecessors, this Rococo styling contains lighter elements, with plenty of curves, and natural, intricate patterns. It is scaled and proportioned to suit any home with impressive elegance.
Warm Noble Bark Finish
French Rococo Design
Crafted from Birch Solids with Ash Veneers
Light Distressing to enhance Beauty
French and English Dovetail Construction on all Drawers
Ball Bearing Drawer Glides
Antique Brass Hardware