The term Neoclassic refers to a style of furniture that emerged during the late 18th century and early 19th century. Neoclassic furniture draws inspiration from classical Greek and Roman art and architecture, with an emphasis on symmetry, clean lines, and classical motifs. It often features ornate detailing, such as fluted columns, urns, and laurel wreaths. Neoclassic furniture is known for its elegant and timeless aesthetic, combining elements of antiquity with contemporary design principles. Revivals of interest in the ancient manner, such as the Renaissance, the Empire styles.