Fabulous and Baroque — Modern Baroque Rococo Furniture and Interior Design

Fabulous & Rococo Dressing Table - Gold Leaf

A substantial Rococo French styled dressing table exclusively by Fabulous & Baroque is adorned with four beautifully carved legs.

...secret door

Hidden door to a secret room, I always wanted secret passage ways.

Rococo chair. This fits the Rococo style because it began with interior design. The style was influenced by French aristocrats wanting to bring the Baroque style from the Palace of Versailles into their new homes and it evolved into the new Rococo style. They loved the elaborate floral patterns. A lot of Rococo pieces were textile and wood, like this chair, because they were furniture pieces.

a-l-ancien-regime: Side Chair (one of a pair) Jean-Jacques Pothier ( French working until ca. 1775 Carved and gilded beechwood, silk moire upholstery

BAROQUE INTERIORS:ALL 18TH   Hildebrandt,Lukas von  Mirror cabinet, Schloss Weissenstein zu Pommersfelden. 1711-1718.   Weissenstein Palace, Pommersfelden, Germany

What a ceiling.Baroque Interior of The Mirror Room Schloss Weissenstein Palace, Pommersfelden, Germany.

NEO-BAROQUE INTERIORS: Georg von Dollman Study of Ludwig II at Herrenchiemsee Palace, built 1879-1881 by order of Ludwig II of Bavaria in homage to Ludwig XIV on Herrenchiemsee Island in Chiemsee Lake, Bavaria.

Study of Ludwig II at Herrenchiemsee Palace, built by order of Ludwig II of Bavaria in homage to Ludwig XIV on Herrenchiemsee Island in Chiemsee Lake, Bavaria.

A German Rococo Silvered Armchair, Attributed to Johann August Nahl, Potsdam, circa 1744-46

A German Rococo Silvered Armchair, Attributed to Johann August Nahl, Potsdam, circa

The whimsical combination of light pastel blueand gold of this room screams Rococo Style from the 18th Century. The heavily ornate and curvaceous furnitures represent the Rococo Style: the Cabriole Legs, the Bergere Chair. Stucco wall and ceiling also represent the Rococo Style. More

Gorgeous Luxurious Rococo Style Apartment Design by Igor Gremitsky

this room shows the Rococo period, also called late Baroque. rather than abide by the strict, drama of the Baroque, rococo tends to be more light, and whimsical.

Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table: With ochre color marble top having a green border.  Mid-18th century.

(Paint finish idea for my antique console table.) Northern Italian, Rococo period, silver leaf console table: With ochre color marble top having a green border.


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