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Bathroom Vanity HomeThangs.com – the Online Home Improvement Store has made their goal to deliver the right product to the consumer. With that in mind, shopping and home design tips, as well as special product selections are being introduced.

Even as modern design makes some headway, traditional and antique styles are still among the most popular, especially in luxurious, opulent bathroom renovations. Antique designs lend instant elegance and sophistication to a bathroom decor, and the more authentic the designs, the better the effect. But getting this look isn’t always easy, especially without at least a passing knowledge of antiques. That’s why HomeThangs.com has introduced a guide to one of the most popular antique features in bathroom design: the Queen Anne leg.
Queen Anne legs are found on everything from bathroom vanities to tables, chairs, dressers, and armoires. More or less, if it’s furniture that can have legs, there are probably more than a few models out there with Queen Anne style legs. At its most basic, this style is based on a simple S-shape. It can be large or small, tall or squat, with steeper or more gradual curves, but these legs always curve outward at the top and inward at the bottom, and usually have a small foot or “bun” at the base.

Home Thangs has introduced guide to Queen Anne leg bathroom vanities


Now, it’s worth noting that “Queen Anne” is a bit of a misnomer. This type of furniture leg existed long before the reign of English Queen Anne, and has been found as far back as ancient Greece and China. Though it was repopularized in England during the reign of Queen Anne in what is known as the Chippendale style of furniture, it did not originate there, and wasn’t limited to the British Isles. In fact, the style was also used in the early 1700s in France, where it was associated with Louis XV furniture, and spread throughout Europe and to North America over the following century.
Also known as a “cabriole leg,” this style has been around for centuries. But the continued usage of Queen Anne legs alone is testament to the staying power of the design. While its popularity rose noticeably during the 18th century, it has remained one of the most iconic “antique” features incorporated into contemporary furniture. In fact, a cursory glance at most so-called antique bathroom vanities will reveal more than a few instances of Queen Anne style legs.
The most commonly found type on contemporary-made antique style bathroom vanities are squat, compact, and often beautifully carved. These are found on vanities that sit relatively low to the ground, with an upper curve that protrudes outward and a petite inward curve that terminates in a small foot. This type of Queen Anne foot, incidentally, is quite similar to the classic claw feet on later-period Victorian bathtubs, which are also popular in luxury bathroom design.
From there, Queen Anne legs get taller and thinner, and the s-curve gradually smooths out, with more gradual curves from top to bottom. While still technically the same kind of leg, these have a much different appearance, lifting the vanity up off the floor to appear more like a table, cabinet, or night stand. Often, this type of leg protrudes more noticeably from the sides of the vanity, drawing attention to the four corners and giving the whole piece a more curved appearance. Like smaller Queen Anne legs, these are often intricately carved, but have a more pronounced inward curve in the bottom half of the leg before it terminates in a petite foot.
The tallest, leanest Queen Anne legs are more reminiscent of Louis XV style table legs. These are sleek, petite, and very feminine, with a much more delicate appearance than the thick, bun-style feet. Longer legs create a more open, airy style and deviate farther away from the conventional contemporary bathroom cabinet, turning the vanity into a piece of sophisticated accent furniture as well as a functional necessity.
To see more of these beautiful vanities, read the full article here.
HomeThangs.com is not only a home improvement superstore, it also provides expert design tips and a comprehensive shopping guide, taking the ideas from professional interior designers, and offering tips to the consumers on how to pick the products to best suit their needs.
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