Shop By Style

Furniture by Style

Sets of furniture are vital in every living or office space, and over the years, many styles of furniture have existed. However, one thing is consistent; no matter the furniture style, all furniture serve similar functions. Right from the first century, people have bought furniture for different reasons ranging from interior beautification, storage, comfort, and more. Excellent furniture adds a unique beauty and character to an area, and no matter the furniture period or stylequality furniture stands out wherever they’re positioned.

At EuroLux, we sell all styles of furniture, including new furniture and antique furniture from different periods, Victorian furniture styles, art deco furniture, furniture from the 1880s, and more. Whether you’re looking for living room furniture or furniture for the bedroom, kitchen and dining, office, and the like, our sets of furniture are all you need. We believe your furniture sets define who you are, and we ensure we make available different quality, durable, and aesthetically pleasing furniture from different furniture periods

Our Furniture Sets by Period

There are different furniture periods and styles in the market. As seasoned antique furniture dealers, we carefully select and bring you the best so you can buy the choicest antique furniture from the different antique furniture periods

You'll find that each of our design styles demonstrates excellent craftsmanship. Whether you're adorning your interior design with with modern furniture or 20th century furniture design, our furniture can benefit your home decor. From quality upholstery to clean lines, cabriole legs and any color palette, we've got all sorts of types of furniture. Whether you prefer country style design elements in your dining room, or modern design through contemporary furniture in your living room, you are sure to be impressed. Perhaps some geometric shapes on a dining table featuring a quality lacquer is what you need. The point is, we've got the best interior design styles carved into natural wood. 

Art Nouveau Style Furniture

Furniture sets from this period are stylishly designed and adorned with jewelry and silver. Antique art Nouveau furniture is rare today, so they’re highly valued, and valuable French antique furniture adds style to your home. 

Art Deco Style Furniture

Furniture of this period is known for its straight lines and gentle curves and for being made of expensive materials like lacquered wood, steel, glass, and the like. Art deco style furniture is for you if you’re looking to add elegance to your living space. 

Aubusson Style Furniture

Aubusson style furniture features stunning designs and is known for its most exceptional hand-woven nature. They’re usually sofas, loveseats, and cushions and are the ideal antique furniture if you wish to build a romantic haven in your living space. 

Asian Style Furniture

Asian style furniture is known for its beautiful yet highly functional qualities. They’re affordable and are among the top furniture periods that add exceptional beauty and class to your space. 

Biedermeier Style Furniture

This furniture period was influential and is a simplified interpretation of the French empire style and the ancient Roman empire styles, adapted for modern households. The furniture in this period is known for its excellent finishing and décor qualities. 

Chippendale Style Furniture

This American furniture style has characteristic legs, feet, and dark wood appeal. It’s one of the most famous furniture periods, and pieces of furniture in this period have exquisite and extensive carving and incorporate English, Gothic, and Chinese motifs. 

Brittany Style Furniture

Brittany style furniture is among the best when it comes to elegant and detailed furniture carving. Brittany style furniture is your best option if you’re a lover of ornate and elaborately hand-carved, dark-antique furniture. 

Other Furniture Periods We Sell

We also sell;

  • Chesterfield 
  • Contemporary Style 
  • Country Farmhouse
  • Delft 
  • Empire 
  • Georgian
  • Mid-Century Modern
  • Gothic 
  • Industrial Style 
  • Mission Style 
  • Modern Style 
  • Oriental Style 
  • Renaissance
  • Rustic
  • Minimalist
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Queen Anne
  • French Country
  • Retro
  • Traditional Furniture
  • Rococo 
  • Tiffany 
  • Victorian 
  • Abstract & Impressionism 
  • Catholic 
  • English 
  • European
  • French 
  • Italian 
  • Majolica 
  • Middle Eastern
  • Scandinavian 
  • Traditional Style
  • Transitional 

At EuroLux, our antique furniture styles are made of the highest quality furniture materials, and we invite you to make your choice and place your order now.

Shop By Style FAQ

01 What does period mean in antique furniture?

Period jewelry is distinguished by its particular place in time, as well as traits that characterize certain times or periods, as the name suggests. To describe a ring as an Art Deco period piece, for example, it must have distinct design qualities that reflect the period.

02 What is Victorian period furniture?

Victorian furniture is an antique furniture style that was popular during Queen Victoria's reign (1837?1901). Its style is frequently revivalist, in the sense that it borrows stylistic aspects from previous eras, resulting in massive waves of revivals with nostalgic allusions to the past.

03 How do I tell the period of a piece of furniture?

Examine the various components that make up the piece of furniture. Examine the quality of the joinery, finishes, knobs, and other details of the furniture. Examine the wood, cloth, and screws that were used. If you evaluate all of these features, you may be able to determine whether you have an antique or a machine-made reproduction on your own.

04 How can I tell the difference between handmade and machine-made furniture?

The surface of most handcrafted pieces will have some abnormalities, such as little nicks caused by the use of a hand plane to smooth out the wood. These nicks can often be seen more clearly on the back of the piece than on the final front. If the work appears to be excessively even or perfect, it was most likely created or cut by a machine.

05 What does early American furniture look like?

Ornamental carvings, raised panels, finials, and woodturnings are all common aspects of furniture from this time period. Pine, birch, maple, cherry, and oak were all common materials. Due of their portability, chests were in high demand because many of the colonists were still uneasy.