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 d cor. 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.