Tag Archives: European Furnitures

Finding the World’s Best Biedermeier Furniture Museum

Finding the World's Best Biedermeier Furniture Museum- Geymüllerschlössel- Styylish

For connoisseurs of 19th-century furniture, the Biedermeier period is one of the most exciting times for furniture design. And while there may not be one iconic Biedermeier Furniture Museum to delve into the unique history of the style, it is well represented in some of the most celebrated museums around the world. In this blog, […]

European Design Furniture: Milla & Milli Company in Focus

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When it comes to European Design Furniture, Styylish features some of the most exciting pieces in the market today. That’s because we source our partners personally and with an eye for quality. In today’s blog, we want to introduce you to the remarkable work of Milla & Milli. Guided by ecological consciousness and a respect […]

Cross-Continental Glamor: French Empire Furniture in Context

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French Empire furniture is characterized by its visual power. Coinciding with Napoleon’s conquests of Europe, it brings a slice of his empire into every room it adorns. Here at Styylish, we want to inspire you to connect the treasures of that period with contemporary pieces and ideas. Empire pieces do not have to be intimidating. […]

A Space to Dream: Bedroom Decor Ideas Across Design Periods

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Bedroom decor ideas have special significance. After all, what room is more private and personal than the bedroom? As a space of retreat and rest, it ought to be a haven. And what better way to make it feel like a safe place than by giving it the star treatment? Last week, we explored how […]

Antique and Modern: Designing a Radiant Dining Room

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The mission of Styylish has always been to combine the antique and modern in unique, individually pleasant ways. There’s nothing quite like the conversation between a historical artifact and a contemporary piece of artisanal design. In today’s blog, we want to begin an in-depth exploration of how to combine antique and modern pieces in each […]

Exploring the Modern Dynamics of Art Deco Interior Design

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The tenants of Art Deco Interior Design are easy to summarize. Favoring verticality, geometric shapes, and theatrical contrast, it’s inspired by industrial materials more than Art Nouveau. Art Deco represents a sea-change in the history of design. In today’s blog, we want to explore how the principles of Art Deco Interior Design can be explored […]

Floral Furniture: Exploring Nature-Inspired Furniture Design

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Floral furniture speaks to the heart. Embracing organic qualities and nature in interior design can open up the emotional capacity of a room and make your home feel purposefully warm and stylish. And it’s a common thread that unites furniture styles throughout history. In today’s blog, we want to explore that common thread and follow […]

Baroque Design: Incorporating Opulence in the Modern Home

Baroque design is unmistakable. It’s a deeply decorative design period, filled with ornate details and structural whimsy. As a period intrinsically connected to certain royal households, particularly that of King Louis XIV and Louis XV in France, it’s a truly opulent style and moment in history. In our Blog on the History of the Baroque […]

More than a Surface: Re-Introducing the Biedermeier Desk

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A Biedermeier desk is the kind of antique that can transform your office or living room. For frequent readers of our blog, it should come as no surprise that we at Styylish are big fans of the Biedermeier period. In some ways, the Biedermeier name has become synonymous with functional simplicity and high-quality craftsmanship. We’ve […]

What is an Antique Commode? Uncovering a European Favorite

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The antique commode is one of the more elusive pieces of furniture in the Styylish catalogue. Often misidentified and confused for something else, it is both widely sought after and widely misunderstood. How can that be? First and foremost, the commode has a variable definition. It is the proper term for the antecedent of the […]