How to classify small domestic stools introduction to the history of stools
Stools are also very common in furniture. Although they are gradually replaced by chairs, they cannot be completely replaced. Then let's have an in-depth understanding of the small stool with Delxo online store. Take a look at how household small stools are classified and the history of stools is introduced for your reference.
How to classify household stools?
Generally, it can be divided into bamboo stool, wooden stool, stone stool, plastic stool, glass stool, insulating stool, etc;
Generally, it can be divided into square stool, round stool, bench (bench), T-shaped stool, I-shaped stool, folding stool, Z-shaped stool, etc;
According to the purpose, it can be divided into horse stool, painting stool, etc.
Round stool, also known as round stool, is a kind of stool that combines stool and pier. It usually has a "girdle waist" and is made of precious materials, such as mahogany and nanmu. The stool surface of the round stool changes a lot, including round, Begonia shaped, plum shaped, etc.
Stools are "imported" to the Han people. At the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty, when the northwest people entered the Central Plains, a kind of high-profile seat called "square stool" flowed in.
This kind of stool varies in size. The largest one is about two feet square, and the smallest one is also one foot square. Although the overall appearance is just a "rectangular" stool, the change of style makes people feel "moving in silence". For example, some of the square stools in the Ming Dynasty are made of wood, some are inlaid with marble on the stool surface, and some are woven with silk rope and rattan to make soft cores. This is because it is refreshing to sit in the hot summer. Square stool can be used with square table and square table, which is very important in many ancient furniture.
Embroidered pier is an appellation of the drum stool. In the past, an embroidered piece was often embroidered on the drum stool, so it is called embroidered pier. The biggest difference between embroidered piers and stools is that there are no four "legs", but the practice of saving drums is adopted to form a waist drum shape with small ends and large middle. Piers appeared in the Han Dynasty. In the past, they were mostly made of bamboo and rattan. Later, they were decorated with embroidered sleeves on the pier surface and became "embroidered piers". Our furniture is generally square, so the room will feel lack of change. There is a round furniture, which will be rich in changes in furnishings, and the vision is very comfortable. However, the drum stool has a very big disadvantage. Because it is drum shaped, it is very easy to overturn. You should be very careful when sitting.
bench with a wide surface
What can be called "spring" (stool) is naturally related to love. In ancient times, people in Jiangnan liked to call this kind of two person stool spring stool. Usually, when a family married a daughter, this kind of stool would be pasted with flowers, on which brocade bedding would be placed, and carried to the husband's house as a dowry.
For many people, the storage stool is a new concept. In fact, it is a great creation of modern people. The increasingly narrow living space makes many people try to make rational use of the space. The storage stool combines the advantages of storage boxes and stools, making the busy and narrow living space fashionable and beautiful.
The shortest kind of stool is called footstool, also known as foot pedal. Stepping on the foot is most in line with its original function. The ancients were very clever. They designed a stool called rolling stool on the basis of pedaling. There are four axes in the middle of the stool that can rotate and massage the soles of the feet. At that time, scholars rubbed their feet back and forth while writing articles.
Introduction to the history of the stool:
Source and flow
Stools have simple materials and a wide range of uses, so they are more popular than chairs. The shapes of stools are very rich. In the early stage, they were rectangular, which continued until the Ming Dynasty. In the Qing Dynasty, they became square, and there were also fan-shaped
A plum shaped or hexagonal stool.
The materials of stools vary from north to south. Most stools in Jiangnan are made of rattan noodles; In the north, cow leather is often used. The advantages of both materials are breathable and soft. In the Qing Dynasty, there were also marble stools, which looked cool and beautiful.
Originally used as a seat, the stool had more uses in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Put it on both sides of the bed as a footstool; Placed next to the cabinet, it also serves as a flower table to place potted flowers and bonsai. As for the tall top wall cabinet in the house, you can take things from high. In the temple, as a meditation seat, the stools here are generally wide and short, and the shape is simple and elegant. The stools used by farmers are rough and plain. The legs of the stools are generally thick and look simple and solid.
When it comes to chairs, you can't say without a stool, because without a stool, you can't derive a later chair.
The stool was not the stool we are sitting on today. It specifically refers to pedals, which is equivalent to pedals. As a seat, it will come later. This kind of seat was more commonly used in Song Dynasty. Among the seating utensils, the level of stools is slightly lower than that of chairs. There were many forms of stools in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, including large square stools, rectangular stools, bench stools, round stools, five square stools, plum blossom stools, etc.
The above is how to classify household stools and the history of stools. I hope it can help you.
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