Louis Philippe

The Louis Philippe period of French decorative arts refers to the period of art and design that occurred during the reign of King Louis Philippe I of France, from 1830 to 1848. This era was marked by a shift away from the ornate and ostentatious styles of the preceding Bourbon Restoration period towards a more subdued and practical style that emphasized simplicity, comfort, and functionality.

In decorative arts, this period was characterized by the use of natural materials such as wood and leather, as well as the incorporation of more modest and everyday items into design, such as utilitarian chairs and tables. The furniture of this period was generally simpler and more practical than the heavily decorated styles that had come before, with clean lines and minimal ornamentation.

Overall, the Louis Philippe period represented a shift in French decorative arts towards a more practical, functional, and understated aesthetic, which would continue to evolve and influence design trends throughout the 19th century.


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