Often you want to do something for yourself, your loved ones, for a house, apartment, and not because it is cheaper, or you will do better than a factory product of a similar purpose. Of course, sometimes it turns out that standard furniture does not fit into the geometry of the room, but most often you just want to do something and enjoy the fruits of your labor for many years, for example, a wooden kitchen table.
Therefore, in today’s article we will tell you how to make a kitchen table with your own hands. First of all, this article is intended for those who could not pick up a factory table of the right size due to the non-standard geometry of the kitchen. And, of course, for those masters who are simply used to doing everything with their own hands, following the saying: “If you want it to be done well, do it yourself.” Continue reading
The design of any room involves not only the selection of finishing materials for walls and floors, but also the arrangement of furniture. The latter determines in many ways how comfortable and convenient it will be to use a particular room. It is not always possible to immediately purchase a ready-made version, and custom-made manufacturing can be quite a costly event. In such a situation, it is best to make furniture with your own hands from wood, choosing the right solution for configuration and design.
Materials for the manufacture of furniture: our tips will help you make the right choice
The choice in favor of wood is made thanks to the advantages of this natural material:
Durability. Subject to production technology and the formation of a protective layer, it is possible to guarantee a long service life of products made from solid wood. Continue reading
To emphasize the natural beauty of solid wood furniture and protect it from the negative effects of the environment, various protective and decorative coatings (transparent and opaque) are used.
Transparent materials used in the decoration of wooden furniture include varnishes, varnishes, wax-based mastics and organic oils. They not only do not hide the texture and natural color of wood, but also very beneficially emphasize its natural beauty.
Opaque coatings include various paints that hide texture and color, as a result of which, as a rule, they are used in the manufacture of furniture from solid wood of low-value species. Continue reading