Chinese furniture mix and match


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Chinese furniture; for a long time, always with the ancients, history, these moldy arguments can not get rid of the relationship, look, eyebrows always feel that the dust, the look is a bit eclipsed. But now it is different. Many contemporary interior designers have been reluctant to change the way to mix and match. These new works of Chen Pin, which condense the wisdom of the predecessors and the remanufacturing of future generations, jumped onto the stage and re-emerged in space. Shining blazing star!

Generally speaking, Chinese furniture, which is often said to be dominated by the Ming and Qing dynasties of China, has been around for more than 500 years and is the most important period of ancient Chinese furniture production. In other words: the development of traditional Chinese furniture to the early Ming and Qing dynasties, just reached the golden age of the peak. Although the furniture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties were very different in style and form, most of them used hard and hard hardwood materials. Many of the Ming and Qing furniture handed down were made of red sandalwood, huanghuali, chicken, and iron. Knife wood and other production, but it is a pity that these four kinds of wood became increasingly scarce after the middle of the Qing Dynasty, becoming a rare treasure.

Ming and Qing furniture production characteristics

In the Ming Dynasty, the furniture was tightly and delicately crafted, the lines were simple and neat, the size of the furniture was moderate, the shape was elegant and elegant, and the style was unique. It was recognized as an important furniture genre, generally called “Ming-style furniture”, characterized by inward or outward pockets. The horseshoes are turned and are beautiful and neat. In the Qing Dynasty, the furniture lines were obviously complicated. Afterwards, they grew more squares or squares, and often had chandeliers. On the one hand, they were influenced by the west wind, and on the other hand, they reflected the scene of the prosperous period from the early to the middle of the Qing Dynasty. However, the general impression is that the Qing Dynasty furniture is more rigid. However, the outstanding products of the Ming and Qing Dynasties are not only regarded as the art garden, but also have a significant impact on modern furniture. The varieties of furniture in the Ming and Qing Dynasties often have a close relationship with the age, such as the round backrest chair; basically all of the Ming Dynasty furniture, and the furniture like the coffee table is the item produced in response to the arrangement of the Qing Dynasty hall; it is from the Ming Dynasty. The rectangular incense case has evolved, and many of the objects in the world have been made of mahogany and new pears.

The following are some of the characteristics of wood commonly used in Chinese furniture:

1. Red sandalwood - fine texture and hard work, often used in Chinese furniture such as imitation Ming and Qing.

2. Ebony--The texture is harder than red sandalwood, and it is also more expensive for Chinese furniture such as Imitation Ming and Qing.

3. Chicken wings - excellent toughness. It is often used in Chinese furniture such as imitation Ming and Qing.

4. Taiwan eucalyptus - soft texture, but durable, insect-resistant, fragrant.

5. Chinese fir - common angles for construction, also known as old red, thicker silk, but good toughness.

6. Pine - soft texture, good construction, dry and light fast.

7. Elm - soft texture, but durable insect repellent, fragrant smell.

8. Oak - the texture is harder.

Types of Chinese classical furniture

Chinese classical furniture mainly includes chairs, tables, beds, cabinets, doors and windows, couplets and other accessories.

Table case:

There are many kinds of table cases: 炕 table, 炕 炕, 炕 case; 香香; wine table, half table; square table; several articles, articles; desks, book cases, painting tables, drawing cases; other table cases are numerous. It is very clear that the table is placed in the middle of the raft or the bed; while the plaques and plaques are usually placed on the sides of the rafters or beds due to their narrowness. The name of the incense is named after the incense burner. Whether it is indoors or outdoors, it can be better. These table-like furniture can not only rely on the voucher, but also can support a variety of utensils, depending on the structure, respectively, called the table or case.

Chair stool:

Chairs and stools include: squat stools; sitting piers; squatting; benches; chairs; thrones and so on.

The original meaning of the word is that the tree has no branches, and the bench is often used as the name of the seatless seat. The Ming style chairs are roughly divided into five types: the round chair, the throne seat, the chair, the armchair and the backrest chair. The circle chair is the most culturally-friendly seat in Ming style furniture, which implies the Chinese classical philosophy. It is also called the Luo circle chair, which means that the back of the chair and the handrail are composed of a whole round and smooth curve, to the Ming Dynasty circle chair. It has become a trend of fashion, even in modern interior design, it is also the most highly integrated product. The backrest chair refers to a chair with only a backrest and no side armrests. It is roughly divided into a lamp-mounted type and a unified monument type. The lamp-mounted backrest is picked up from both sides of the brain; the unified back type chair and the south officer hat The backrest is similar, and the ends of the brain are not prominent. The armchair refers to the style of the backrest and the armrests on both sides. One is the Nanguan hat chair, the northern area is called the rose chair, and the southern area is called the text chair. The second is the four-headed official hat chair. The official hat chair is named after its hat resembling an ancient official.

Sitting pier: Also known as Su Dun, it is named for its multi-layer silk fabric. Traces of vine piers and wooden drums were preserved on the piers of the Ming Dynasty and the Qing Dynasty.

Jiaoluo: commonly known as Maza, similar to the Hu bed, since the Eastern Han Dynasty from the Western Region to the Middle Kingdom, has been widely spread in the past 100 years, the basic system is composed of 8 straight wood, long-term unchanged.

Bench: During the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there were many benches. The small bench is a folk daily necessities, and the two stools should be seated by two people. It is still in use in the Jiangnan area.

The bed type includes a couch, an arhat bed, a canopy bed and more.

Cabinet type:

The cabinet type includes a grid; a bright cabinet; a round cabinet; a square cabinet.

Bookcases, bookcases, grids, bookshelves, are not designed to place books. The basic feature is that the standing boards are four-legged, and the horizontal plates are used to divide the space into several layers. The bright cabinet is a combination of bright grid and cabinet. The bright style is on the top and the cabinet is on the bottom. It has both functions of decoration and collection. The rounded cabinet is also known as the noodle cabinet. The front, left and right sides of the rounded cabinet top have small bulges, which are called cabinet hats. The corners of the cabinet cap are rounded at the corners, so it is called a round cabinet. The square corner cabinet is of course the square corner square, the upper and lower sides are the same, the legs are vertical and have no side feet.

Screen class:

The screen is the general name of the screen, including a "screen" consisting of multiple fans, which can be folded or forwarded, and a "screen screen" with a base. The ancient screen can also be subdivided into a ground screen, a bed screen, a comb screen, a light screen, and a hanging screen. The ground screen is mainly divided into a seat screen and a floor screen. The screen body is large, and it is mostly located in the hall, and generally does not move; the seat screen is a screen-type screen, which is to insert a separate screen on a special base. The seat screen has odd-numbered, three-, five-fan and other odd-number specifications. The single-seat screen and the base can be connected and detachable. The detachable one is called the “plug-in screen.” The bed screen is small and is used in combination with the bed; The Comb screen is a small screen for dressing; the light screen is mostly a small screen for the wind; the hanging screen is a kind of hanging on the wall. The decorative screens are mostly paired in pairs, four are four screens, etc. After the Qing Dynasty, such hanging screens are very popular and still loved by people.

Couplets and other classes:

Any furniture that should not be classified into the above categories can only be placed in other categories, so the variety is quite complex, there are pen holders; boring cabinets; carrying boxes; all holding plates; mirror tables, official suitcases; miniature furniture. The pen holder appeared in the Jiajing, Longqing and Wanli periods of the Ming Dynasty. Most of the styles are simple and practical. The bottom of the mouth is similar to the tube shape. It is an essential decorative item for the desk tool. It has great ornamental and artistic value and has won the literati. The pen holder is derived from the pen holder and the pen boat. The pen holder is still in use today, and the pen boat is replaced by a pen holder due to clumsiness.

In general, the craftsmen of the Ming Dynasty can perfect the styling and structure, create perfect styles in the selection of materials and decorative lines, carvings and inlays, and establish a perfect expression for the Qing Dynasty furniture and later modern furniture. Therefore, Ming furniture is the collector's favorite collection.

In the modern style of decorative techniques, more and more families like to match one or two pieces of Chinese furniture, which can not only match the modern people's living habits, but also add a bit of humanistic antiques to the interior, which will really make people endure. Live in love with the simplicity and elegance of Chinese furniture.

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