Columns, cornices, capitals and crowns all add traditional detail to architecture – they’re some of the building blocks (literally and figuratively) of the spaces we love, so it’s only logical that they would also be interpreted from spaces to furniture. For millennia, architecture – and architectural details on furniture - have gone hand in hand, helping to define the parts of a space with which humans physically interact.
We’ve rounded up items with neo-classical influence, to help dress up your space. Whether a lamp, table, chair, or décor, these pieces can be mixed with cleaner lines to create an interesting layered dialogue. Paired together, they create a timeless, classic look. Check them out, and add a sense of history, with the swap of just a lamp.