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Carvings of animal feet on straight chair legs were common, as were legs shaped like those of animals.
Boxes, often elaborately painted, or baskets were used for keeping clothes or other objects.
The cords were woven together from opposite sides of the framework to form a springy surface for the sleeper.
A flax cord, plaited, was lashed to the sides of the framework.
In the same tomb was a folding wooden bed with bronze hinges.
Instead of pillows, wooden or ivory headrests were used.
First was the decoration of furniture legs with sharply profiled metal rings, one above another, like many bracelets on an arm; this was the origin of the turned wooden legs so frequent in later styles.
Second was the use of heavy fringes on furniture covers, blending the design of frame and cushion into one effect; this was much lightened by Classical taste but was revived in Neoclassicism.
Early stools for ceremonial purposes were merely squared blocks of stone.