Yes, the word Chippendale does have a few connotations…But if you’re looking for chests of the 18th-Century variety— relax— you’ve come to the right place. Named after the cabinet maker Thomas Chippendale, Chippendale was first style of furniture to be named after a commoner and not a monarch (think of all those Louies!). Hallmarks of the style include rich mahogany wood, French influence, and ornate flourishes. The style can also be broken into three subsections: Rococo, Chinese, and Gothic…Hence the reason why you might see a bamboo bedframe and Queen Anne-inspired dining table all mysteriously labeled "Chippendale."

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