The Baroque style has appeared in the 17th century. So humanity returned to the elegance, grandeur and luxury after several decades of simplicity in the room decoration. Thus, the new style was filled with complexity, unpredictability and theatricality. Here the intricacy, contrast, and high emotionality overshadowed rigor, symmetry, and linearity of the forms in the Renaissance style.

In the most cases, the features of the Baroque appeared in the stucco and painting decoration of the ceilings and walls.

The walls were decorated mainly with pilasters and moldings. The paintings in the lush and subtle frames with the cartouches, garlands and ornaments are used during dressing the walls. Also, partly natural and partly artificial polished polychrome marble were used during facing the walls and floors. Door frames, Overdoors, and crowing cornice looked especially effective. Armchairs, chairs, and stools had chiseled legs in the form of baluster. Decorative upholstery, which fastened with nails with big heads, is another Baroque feature.

The table design was enough simply. The legs were twisted or had baluster form. Also, the tables were often covered with the tablecloth. On the other hand, the desks and chest of drawers was being developed too. There are four-poster bed with graceful curtains.

Hull furniture design that called cabinet usually were made of black ebony. The doors were inlaid with rosewood, cedar, and other tree species. Pile savonnerie carpets, wallpapers, silk fabrics, draperies and tablecloth, silverware were used during decorating the rooms.

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