Furniture complements the building and imitates English prototypes. Neo-Palladian and Early Georgian styles have been brought over but have either a new interpretation. The Queen Anne, Chippendale, or Early Georgian are either more elaborate or more simplified (confusing yes, but it is a little of both).
Types of furniture include chairs, sofas, secretaries, highboys, lowboys, tall cases called grandfather or hall clocks, firescreens, and beds.
Furniture has a purpose: to support the function of the room.
Furniture comes in the forms of seating, tables, storage and beds – to be simplistic. A common thing to do with beds is to add an embroidered hanging to poster beds.
The following photos below represent American Georgian Furniture:
1. American Georgian Windsor chair. 2. Highboy (High Chest of Drawers). 3. Regular Chest of Drawers. 4. A multitude of different American Georgian Furniture. 5. Interior showing American Georgian furniture.