The Rococo furniture dates from the eighteenth century. Rococo furniture design is known for the intricate, curved designs in wood. Everything Rococo furniture design was sensuous and sinuous, reflecting a less serious, more frivolous lifestyle. Through the Baroque period the adherence to symmetry prevailed. Then master craftsmen devised a way to create different design elements on each side of a piece of furniture, without losing a sense of balance. This asymmetry is indicative of Rococo. Rococo furniture is also designed to be extremely comfortable being both snug and attractive by sight. The patterns which include lots of wooden sculpted forms and lines are not too intense or over the top.