Rococo is ornate, asymmetrical designed curves of gold. Rococo was first seen in Paris, France in the early 18th century. It was kind of a rebellious backlash against the strict regulations of grandeur brought about by the Palace of Versailles. Rococo can be seen in mirrors, sculpture, furniture and wall paintings. Rococo it is said covers the ornate style and design of Louis XV’s reign. The end of the rococo period came with the Neoclassic style at the end of the 18th century. Modern day rococo can be seen in mirrors, bed frames and wallpaper design. I don’t know about you but I love it! I’ll be sharing this post on Friday over at Rooted in Thyme for their Simple and Sweet Fridays!