18th century adaptation of Chinese motives to English furniture. Chinese Chippendale refers to a style of furniture designed and made in England during the 18th century. It was influenced by the Chinese design aesthetics that became popular in Europe at the time. Chinese Chippendale furniture is characterized by its intricate and ornate detailing, featuring fretwork patterns, lattice work, and pagoda-like motifs. It often incorporates elements such as bamboo, lacquer, and exotic woods to create a Chinese-inspired look.