My favorite style Chinoiserie I decided to move to a plywood chest of drawer
it was the domain of the eighteenth century, where, due to the commercial merger between East and West, fascination with the Orient exploded.
He inaugurated this fashion of Louis XIV at his court, which later mastered the whole of the Old Continent, also reaching Poland thanks to King Jan III Sobieski and developed by Stanisław August (Łazienki Królewskie in Warsaw).
From the art of this period frivolous rococo emerged.
Chinoiserie has become a hit of this period. A luxury reading was to decorate your home with expensive hand-painted furniture and wallpapers.
Chinoiserie style furniture was characterized by an extremely smooth surface for which a very expensive lacquer was used. It is not surprising that due to the cost of painting in this way, furniture became the equivalent of a valuable jewel.
For stylization I used the Chineese Art theme which I painted by hand.
This motif contains a limited number of elements like a tree branch,leaves and flowers suspended in the air.
The color base is turquoise and blue (Fleur Paint chalky look) which blended with a brush and sponge to create a shading.
I obtained the texture on the drawers using a saltwash mixed with blue paint.
When the base color was ready I started shading Gf glaze by introducing colors from the darkest black pitch to the next distraction witth,solar bile and orange.
In the composition of my furniture on the countertop and bottom of the dresser,I applied red and black so that the very Chinese elements could blend freely into the contemporary and western interiors.
In selected palaces I used a two-component cracking praparation to get the effect of old age.
I decorated the sides of the dresser with handmade sculpture.
I wanted a lot of shiny layers pretending to be Chinese enamel and I used varnish effect to give it a shine.
I made the handles by combination pressed elements from clay and brass wheels.