Biedermeier

Biedermeier Furniture

The Biedermeier style of furniture design developed and grew to popularity in Germany, Austria and Scandinavia between 1815 and 1848. While it was elegant and dignified, this furniture was not overly ornate or ostentatious. 

A Biedermeier History

The development of the style was driven by the rising middle class, rather than by the tastes and demands of the aristocracy as had previously been the case. ...

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Biedermeier FAQ

01 What is the Biedermeier style?

Biedermeier style is all about simplicity. It is a furniture style that reflects the emergence of the middle class. Its focus on simplicity allows it to blend with all sorts of home decor.

02 When did the Biedermeier style originate?

Biedermeier furniture originated in the early 1800s. It was an affordable style that even middle and lower income people could afford!

03 What Biedermeier furniture is available at EuroLux?

At EuroLux, we have Biedermeier pieces ranging from tables to chairs and more. Maybe a Biedermeier sideboard, with its simplicity and durability could be the next family heirloom in your home.

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  1. JONATHAN CHARLES KNIGHTSBRIDGE Arm Chair Biedermeier Pierced Back Painted

    SKU: JC-4382

    40H x 23.25W x 23.75D

    $50,369.00
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  2. JONATHAN CHARLES WINDSOR Card Table Games Biedermeier Splayed Legs Hinged

    SKU: JC-1700

    30.75H x 48W x 24D

    $94,839.00
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  3. Sideboard Louis Philippe Rustic Distressed Wood French Cremone 2 Door 2 Drawer

    SKU: BG-288

    40H x 17D x 72L

    $3,229.00
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  4. Sideboard Philippe Pickled Antique White Wood Distressed Cremone 2 Door 2 Drawer

    SKU: BG-370

    40H x 72W x 17D

    $3,229.00
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  5. 1870 Antique French Chest of Drawers Louis Philippe Burled Walnut, Marble, Gold

    SKU: 18-52

    39H x 49.25W x 22.75D

    $4,599.00
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