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Colonial Style Furniture

An antique Dutch Colonial Javanese teak desk from the early 20th century, with single drawer and turned legs. Born on the Island of Java in the early years of the 20th century, this Dutch Colonial desk features a rectangular top sitting above an apron presenting a single drawer. The table is raised on four elegant turned legs resting on turnip style feet. With its clean lines and teak patina, this Dutch Colonial desk will bring a touch of relaxed elegance to any office, bedroom or living room.

Colonial Style Furniture

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Colonial Furniture: Style & Design

While the colonial period of furniture borrowed styles and designs from England, it took those styles and Americanized them. In doing so, unique styles were created based on construction techniques, decor, and even purpose.

Colonial Furniture

Colonial furniture designs came about in the decades shortly before, and in the decades following, the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. While styles were borrowed from England, after all, it was a colony, American craftsmen modified those styles to suit American design sensibilities. While colonial styles of designs can be broken down into three distinct periods, there would be some revolutionary designs that would live far beyond colonial America.

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