Jefferson had a great appreciation for Neoclassical architecture, especially Italian Renaissance designs, so it's no wonder that he designed his home, Monticello, using many of the classical architectural features.
The French neoclassical style, which emerged during the reign of Louis XVI, features straight lines and reeded legs with an influence from ancient Greek and Roman design.
His designs are characterized by delicate, straight lines, contrasting veneers and neoclassical motifs and ornamentation.
Curvy furniture in the Rococo style may be paired with neoclassical pieces or even sleek, modern items.
Some of these artforms included Art Nouveau, Cubism, and Neoclassical movements.