The early 18th C sees the emergence of the very creative style known as rocaille or rococo. This evolution of the Regency style is characterised by a strong preference for assymetric lines.
For example, the baroque armchair is replac ed by the "bergere" armchair fauteuil bergère
In a second time, at the mid-18th C, the Louis XV style becomes more simple and less excentric.
At the end of the 18th C the Louis X VI style brings a new evolution using more sophisticated methods and classical lines. style Louis XVI