这些设计或家具清楚地表明和验证Robert Adams的论点。这些都是古董，但新颖独特。第一个是一个侧面表设计使用镀金木材，大理石和金属。该表是在伦敦设计，其元素显示独特性和新颖性。另一方面，下一个图片是一个书柜，已被设计与使用金属和木材。这些家具和设计都极大地影响了世界各地的建筑方向，特别是在西方国家。在家具的设计只是小画下面的一种几何[ Steven Parissien，Adam Style（生活方式）（伦敦：艺术家出版社，2010），泡沫。]。这些家具的几何形状和尺寸的使用再次给家具一个独特的触摸。尺寸似乎是正常的，但这些已经决定后考虑许多因素，包括地点，目的和背景相同。
Both of these designs or furniture clearly signify and validate the arguments of Robert Adams. Each of these are antique yet novel and unique. First one is a side table designed with the use of gilt wood, marble, and metal. The table was designed at London and each of its element displays uniqueness and novelty. On the other hand, the next picture is of a bookcase that has been designed with the use of metal and wood. Both of these furniture and design greatly impacted the direction of architecture all around the globe, especially in the western countries. The designs on the furniture are just small paintings following a kind of geometry[ Steven Parissien, Adam Style (Life Style) (London: Phaidon Press, 2010), 129-134.]. The use of geometry and the dimensions of these furniture again gives a unique touch to the furniture. The dimensions may seem normal but these have been decided after considering a numerous factors, including the place, purpose, and background of the same.
These furniture can be perceived as advocating an integrated style for interiors and architecture. However, the work of Adam brothers are not just limited to furniture but also are found on the carpets, fittings, fixtures, fireplaces, ceilings, and walls. Both the furniture seem to have a single uniform scheme. These furniture were designed in 1760s and is seemed to be influenced from a numerous factors. These factors include the classical Greek architecture, Etruscan Greek red and black vases, and wall paintings and frescoes found in Herculaneum and Pompeii.
The furniture reflect the original color scheme and are considered to be one of the most significant subjects for the architectural historical studies. The furniture are designed in alignment with the Adams’ theory of movement, wherein he studied the antiquity and thus designed the two concerned furniture with excellent decorative schemes and contrasting room sizes. The furniture seem to demonstrate the straight lines of Roman columns rather than the Chippendale designs’ ornate curvature that was famous at 1760s. The designing and architecture of Adam brothers seem to be directly relevant to the statement of seizing beautiful spirit of antiquity. The background of each of the furniture has the classical motif resembling the much known shape of a Greek lyre. The furniture are made u of satinwood and mahogany.