Neoclassical French Furniture

Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles featured Interior designer Amy Morris’s home which was filled with lovely distressed Swedish antiques, and an eclectic mix of furnishings making her home comfortable and inviting to her family and friends.  Here in her bathroom a Neoclassical Louis XVI French Chair is painted in white and upholstered with a white and green greek key design in velvet.

Several antiques really shine in this home such as a distressed wood pedestal market table in the basement paired with Louis XIII reproduction chairs.

If you like the look of the Louis XIII primitive style chairs, consider the Bailey Street Lassiter chair which is finished in a bone suede complete with brass nail heads and a rich honey walnut tone.  They are priced at $699.

Check out these Fine Set of Eight French Louis XVI Style Antique Dining Parlor Side Chairs From Antique Furniture on Ebay selling for $3475.

A Louis XVI bench appears in one of the bedrooms.  Acme sells a single Louis XVI bench for only $80 dollars, which could be painted, distressed and upholstered for the particular room that needs a stool.

The Hampton Vanity Stool would be spectacular against a wall.  Buy two of these stools and make a feature wall shine with these delicate looking stools.  The best thing about these stools is the price point.  They are only $60 dollars, which gives some room for re-upholstery and a new paint finish.

Hooker sells a Radcliffe Bench that looks like a Louis XVI bench.  The bench is upholstered with Taupe Zebra Fabric and sells for $675.


French chest of drawers From Dorotheum Auctions

French Louis XVI Tier Table From Urban Artifacts

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