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Furniture Piece Identification Game Mix up the cards and place them face down on a table. Each player will turn over two cards. If they match, go again. If they don’t match, it is the other players turn to try. The player with the most pairs wins!.
Mix up the cards and place them face down on a table.
Each player will turn over two cards. If they match, go again. If they don’t match, it is the other players turn to try.
The player with the most pairs wins!
For small Cards, print as Handouts, 2 per page
(This will print 2 slides per page, giving you 4 cards per page)
For larger cards, print as “Slides”
(This will print 1 slide per page, giving you two cards per page)
A tall wardrobe with doors and shelves for clothing, more recently adapted for use as an entertainment center or at-home computer workstation.Originally used to store armor.
Available in many styles.
A term used to describe furniture made by steaming wood and bending it into curved shapes and patterns and is most often used in the production of rocking and cafe chairs. The process was developed by German Michael Thonet, who recieved a patent in 1856. Many other furntiure manufacturers have used the process since the expiry of the patent in 1889.
A type of sofa with a curved (humped) back, typically seen in Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal styles
A heavily upholstered easy chair with arms and a low back.
It is an upholstered armchair with a high back from each side of which extend high sides, or wings, originally to protect from drafts.
A piece of furniture that stands at the side of a dining room; has shelves and drawers. Allows for storage as well as a surface from which food can be served.
A small writing desk with many drawers and a hinged writing surface, the davenport was popular in the late 18th and throughout the 19th centuries
An enclosed cupboard with shelves resting on a solid base.
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Furniture designed to provide storage space, or for display.
Small sofa that seats two people.
A simple, squared-off table with legs and apron of equal widths.
The name is taken from the Parsons School of Design, where the table was developed during the 1950s.
A bed with four vertical columns, one in each corner, that support a tester, or upper panel to hold bed curtains that could surround the bed to keep out draughts. This function has become unnecessary because of improvements in insulation and draught exclusion.
The four-poster bed without the tester has remained a popular style for many bedrooms because of its traditional attractive appearance.
A chair without arms, designed to stand against a wall.
Trundle beds are usually considered a pair of beds, one slightly smaller than a twin bed that is on rollers or casters so that it may be put beneath the upper twin bed for storage. Trundle beds allow for two separate beds to be available when necessary, but do not require the space constantly.
Interlocking joint on an piece of furniture.
Noted for its resistance to being pulled apart (tensile strength), the dovetail joint is commonly used where strength is required.
There are different types of dovetail joint and when cut accurately they are very impressive and attractive.
A long, narrow table with two
T-shaped uprights that are joined by a single stretcher; usually used in country-style schemes.
A table with hinged leaves that can be folded down.
A table with a base consisting of a central stem and three legs, It often has a tilting top.
Typically, a sectional sofa consists of several components organized into an "L" shape with a wedge, such as a table or chair section, at the junction.