Country Furniture helps transform your house into a welcoming home
Charming antique country furniture can help transform any house into a very welcoming one with its warm and cozy appeal. What makes this style all the more special is the fact that everything about the country style is inspired from the nature’s palette. Sometimes sparse and at times loud, sometimes rustic while sometimes very chic, no matter what the appearance may be, country style always manages to maintain it rustic and attractive appearance. The appearance of this furniture style has an air of relaxed charm and the beautiful shades coupled with simple earthy designs make these all the more appealing in the contemporary spaces as well.
When we think of country styles what comes to mind is beautiful cottages or larger properties that are warm and welcoming. This touch of warmth can be easily brought into the contemporary homes with this style of furniture. These days many prefer a casual touch in place of something very formal in their décor. The Country style furniture embraces many itmes including armchairs, farmhouse tables, decorative articles and a whole lot more.
A fine example is this Primitive High Hoop Back chair. It is a very attractive chair with its dry raw look and wonderful elongated shaped hoop stick back very appealing to the eye, with lots of understated presence about it. Original deep ochre red painted legs , complementing the textured body. Native woods ash / sycamore / elm Cornwall 1800s.
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Another example of good antique country furniture is this wonderful 17th Century Oak Coffer. It is highly Impressive and decorated early 17th Century Joyned oak chest of Imposing proportions probably one of the best chests I have had for good carved work, very deep strong and precise,with leaf and bud work carved along the top rail worked within a joined petal decoration that you sometimes associate with Dorset / Devonshire work, incised again down each stile, the bottom rail carved with overlapped Lunettes with leaf and bud infill.The three central panels carved with Tudor and other stylized flower heads which are again repeated on each vertical muntin in a guilloche fashion, finished of with a original deep reddish colour and patination. Early 17th Century Probably West Country.