Modern Takes on Traditional Styles
Though styles predictably have come and gone throughout the years, a lot of our Eustis Chairs are modern chair reproductions of fashionable historical trends.
William and Mary 1690-1730:
Originally designed for English King William of Orange, the William and Mary chair is known for its clean lines and sturdy construction. Our own William and Mary chair provides similar stability and symmetrical cleanliness.
Traditional Eustis William and Mary Chair
Famous woodworker Thomas Chippendale was the first too mark this period of furniture design with his Book Gentlemen and Cabinet-Maker’s Director. We created similarly styled chairs including our Claremont Chair, emphasizing small details and elegant, smooth lines.
Traditional Eustis Claremont Chair
This time period was inspired by the growing idea of American Ideals and patriotism. Federal furniture depicts balance and symmetry but also distinctiveness and innovation. Our federal chair is also praised for its traditional reliability and sturdy spindles.
Tradtional Eustis Federal Chair
Empire (Classical) 1805-1830:
The Empire style is a classical depiction of ancient Greece, Egypt, (the Chiavari Chair 1807 from Greece). Our own Empire chair is a modern take on the open back and curved legged chair.
Traditional Eustis Empire Chair
Gothic Revival 840-1860:
Styles found in the 12th-16th centuries inspired these modern Victorian reproductions. Attention to detail and elegance makes the gothic revival movement stand out. Our Burton Judson chair is a modern representation of the elegant high and back ball detailed carved legs.
Traditional Eustis Cotswold Chair
Louis XVI 1850-1914:
This Victorian style is marked with ovals, arches, medallions, and other ornaments that provided elegance and status in the community. Our Louis XVI Chair has the same shape and structure, with the modern take of the flat back and elegant curved connections and legs.
Traditional Eustis Louis XVI Chair