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Cotton Duck (from the Dutch doek) is a plain woven cotton canvas available in a variety of weights.

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Colonial period from 1700-1780 (and the Federal Period from 1780-1820) typically follow the styles popular in Europe at the time: William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, and English Neo-Classical styles (Hepplewhite & Sharaton), however, the American versions of these styles were characteristically simplified.

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Contemporary decor favors simplicity in furniture forms and often employs a neutral or light color palette as a showcase for select pops of bright colors and exciting patterns.

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Chevron pattern made from shapes resembling the Greek letter lambda, which looks like an inverted letter V.

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Chenille can refer to a yarn with a soft fuzzy texture, items knitted entirely from such yarns, or items incorporating tufts of such yarn for decoration. Chenille can be made from cotton, wool, silk or rayon.

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