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Contemporary Furniture started to emerge during the 1950s. At this time New York’s Museum of Modern Art made the decision to address the trend. It is an overall design theme and may be something that the owner of the furniture is trying to accomplish. Also, the design should combine the beauty of the materials with the object to present an item that is visually satisfying. It should be a simple design with no redundant materials and an apparent structure.

Transitional Style in interior design and furniture design refers to a contemporary blend of traditional and modern styles, midway between old world traditional and the world of chrome and glass contemporary; incorporating lines that are less ornate than traditional designs, but not as severely basic as contemporary lines. As a result, transitional furniture designs are classic, timeless, and clean.

Traditional Style is associated with such styles as William and Mary, Queen Anne, Victorian and Chippendale. The styles call for ornate furnishings with elaborate carving and emphasis on motifs and signature looks. Traditional furniture need not be oversized, overbearing or overly ornate. Softer curves, subtler patterns and controlled carvings make modern-day traditional furniture lighter and more compatible with 21st century lifestyles.

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