American Georgian Decorative Art

Decorative art comes in the best forms of home decoration. American Georgian furniture was made for the purpose of the space it was placed inside. Plus, Furniture is not placed against the walls anymore – they are creeping into the middle of the floor -OH NO! Therefore, the interior were decorated accordingly as well. Paintings, silver items, table sets, ceramics, textiles, and furniture arrangement are some examples. However, exterior decorative art was not overlooked: gardens and driveways became expressive ways to show wealth, creativity, and circulation throughout spaces of the property. Below are some pictorial examples of decorative art in the American Georgian era. 1. Chinoiserie on a hot water pot made of silver. 2. silver tabletop pieces. 3. Tryon Palace garden. 4. Gunston Hall interior. 5. Raleigh Tavern interior.

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