Why Choose DA Furniture Studio for Custom Sofa?

Why Choose DA Furniture Studio for Custom Sofa?

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Popular British furniture movements and their approximate date ranges include:

Elizabethan (1520–1620)

Jacobean (1603–1625)

Carolean/Restoration (1660–1685)

William and Mary (1690–1730)

Queen Anne (1702–1760)

Georgian (1714–1830)

Rococo (1730–1770)

Gothic Revival (1740–1900)

Neo-Classical (1750–1830)

Regency (1762–1830)

Victorian (1830–1900)

Arts & Crafts (1880–1910)

Art Nouveau (1880–1910)

Edwardian (1901–1910)

Art Deco (1920–1940)

Source: https://www.invaluable.com/blog/british-furniture-guide/

9 historical Christmas treats:

As the Museum of London gets into the Christmas spirit, we decided to take a look at how different Londoners through history have marked the season. Social history curator Beverley Cook delves into the museum's collections to find nine objects that show the origins of today's Christmas traditions.

Read more @ https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/discover/9-historical-christmas-treats