By Connected Lines
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Identify the style of your antique and reproduction furniture.
The Furniture Styles app matches the attributes of your furniture to nineteen historically influential furniture styles. Although matches do not indicate the actual age or authenticity of the piece, attributes are significant indicators of architectural style.
1640-1700 Early American
1690-1725 William and Mary
1700-1755 Queen Anne
1720-1830 Pennsylvania Dutch
1760-1795 Robert Adam
1795-1848 Duncan Phyfe
1800-1840 American Empire
1880-1910 Arts and Craft
1910-1930 Art Nouveau
1960-1990 Scandinavian Contemporary
What's New in Version 1.2
Provides more accurate identification with updated attribute to style associations. All identification modifications will automatically be applied to your saved profiles. For a complete list of changes please visit our web site.
Not worth the 2 bucks!
I liked the idea of this app, but it doesn't narrow down time period or style in a way that's helpful to me. I've used this for at least 20 different pieces of furniture and all results come up as the same - not narrowed down to one or two styles/periods, but to 17 or so! Although the results show a bar graph of most likely to least likely matches, I don't feel any more educated about the pieces I entered than before. Great reference info provided though. I even tested the app with pieces I knew to be a certain style and results still came up way too broad to be helpful. Now I'm more educated about antique furniture and have surpassed the app's usefulness. Waste of my money unless they expand to shopping maybe. I guess I'll just delete it.
Great reference tool in your pocket. It gives you the possible style and era of antique furniture
Very poorly executed
Only bad sketches included or short textual phrase for identification purposes. No matches, but 19 partial matches for the piece I'm trying to date!?!?!?! No real image examples to help either. A complete waste. I want my $2 back.