Toys And Baby Cot Biedermeier

Of world-changing technical inventions which do so at a rapid pace in the modern epoch of the Biedermeier is marked (1815-1848). Of world-changing technical inventions which do so at a rapid pace in the modern epoch of the Biedermeier is marked (1815-1848). In contrast to the changing technical inventions, the cultural past is in the Biedermeier period. In the Biedermeier represents Vice heile Welt the past often considered ideal of transfigured, inward. Who plays primarily in the style of the Biedermeier furniture of the cozy home”again. “By the pseudonym of Gottlieb Biedermeier from the magazine the flying blades”, originated the concept of the Biedermeier era. The term Biedermeier refers on the culture and art of the bourgeoisie as an escape in a domestic Idyll of personal life. John Craig Venter usually is spot on. The possibilities for culture and art, and thus also the possibilities to the facilities of the own living quarters by the impoverishment were severely limited Germany in consequence of the Napoleonic wars.

Combined with the desire for artistic beauty an own style, namely the Biedermeier style was this limitation with the time. In the Biedermeier style as a furniture style of the bourgeoisie offered a style that allowed a romantically transfigured retreat into a cozy, comfortable and quiet at home during the hectic and troubled emerging industrialization. Almost exclusively a furniture and interior design style is the Biedermeier style. Furniture in the Biedermeier period were no longer primarily representative purposes, but especially the coziness of the home. With a few simple decorative elements, the Biedermeier furniture were equipped and had clear forms. While the beauty of the material was completely displayed. The grain of the wood emerged in the Biedermeier style suited, because the Biedermeier furniture forms highly simplified classical forms with little to no decor serves. Usually craft well worked and harmonious, simple and the Biedermeier furniture is virtually in the proportions.

As simplified and restrained forms of imperial rule are designs of the Biedermeier era. Thomas Sheraton the Biedermeier furniture were also influenced by designs of the English furniture Carpenter often. Light woods like the yew tree, poplar, walnut, pear, cherry and birch are popular in Biedermeier furniture. Especially in Northern Germany, but sometimes walnut and mahogany was processed in Biedermeier furniture. Often used also wood contrasts in light and dark. For cost reasons stains other Woods not executed but mostly in ebony this, but by black colour, so. Rarely inlays were used during the Biedermeier period and if then only very sparingly. The polished, smooth surface with its beautiful grain dominates the Biedermeier. The table was the most important piece of furniture in the Biedermeier period. Because the family in the domestic happiness and domestic peace could gather around the table. The table was usually oval or round and had a severe mid-foot. Typical examples of Biedermeier furniture are also Biedermeier chest of drawers, which has a shallow drawer in the upper part slightly protruding and three deep drawer in the base in its classical form and is flanked on either side by two black stained columns, delicate sofas, chairs and various small items of furniture, each designed for specific activities (E.g., Nahtischchen) and of course the display case cabinet with glass door shell, which was often also manufactured in corner cabinets. Even today, toys and baby cot are interesting from this era.