Rococo Revival

Heinrich Stackenschneider, Harald Julius von Bosse, Ludwig Bonstedt and several other eclectic architects were inspired by Baroque and Rococo motifs between the 1840s and 1860s. The compositions and ornamentation of their architectonic parquet designs corresponded closely to the general interior decor. The most popular form of patterned floor in the Rococo spirit was a main ground of simple oak riveting, with a large and ornate rosette in the centre and an ornamental frieze running around the perimeter of the room.

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