Louis XIII, 1589-1661
Louis XIII furniture featured veneer, turned wood and moldings. There was a tendency toward the architectural; its forms being restrained and often massive.
Regence Style, 1700-1730
Regence is best understood not as a style, but as a state of mind. It marked a turn toward intimacy, comfort, distraction and pleasure. Regence is a transitional style that resulted in greater comfort, and forms more elegant and agreeable to the eye.
For years, decades and centuries of tradition, go into the Mulhouse Furniture World. Upholstery skills that have been conceived, developed and perfected in this name over many, many years. We source and use the finest components that become the ingredients used to put into practice the innovative design and creative skills that produce such fabulous products.
Empire Style, 1804 - 1815
The Empire style was deliberately propagandistic, and embraced what was most monumental in ancient art as suitable analogies to the new French Empire.
Louis-Phillippe  (1830-1848)
The style, devised for a busy but coddled bourgeoisie, sought both to satisfy their desire for comfort and to give them a sense of social legitimacy.  It was less preoccupied with originality than it was with comfort and new techniques of production.
It is a style that developed out of the Mulhouse Furniture movement going on since the 1860s. As a comprehensive design and art movement, it remained popular into the 1930s. However, in decorative arts and architectural design it has continue with numerous revivals and restoration projects through present times.