Luther 6 Drawer Double Dresser
The term "contemporary design" is often associated with open, uncluttered spaces, resulting in a look that has a sort of a "clean" feel to it. Contemporary design also usually replaces traditional squares and rectangles with curves and color schemes that can either be vibrant and subdued, depending on individual tastes.
Nevertheless, understanding the difference between traditional and modern lacquers can give even the novice an appreciation for this versatile finish and help you care for your lacquered furniture, no matter what type it is. Although lacquer is resilient, it's vulnerable to scratches, and modern lacquer finishes aren't as resistant to solvents as their ancient counterparts.