Wicker Furniture Tips
To begin with, we note that not all furniture that looks like wicker is a natural rattan or vine. In Europe, for example, luxury furniture for the garden is made…

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Chair history
Such a usual piece of furniture for us as a chair was once not accessible to everyone. In Russia, until the time of Peter's reforms, everyone, including those close to…

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Useful Tips
Two-component varnishes, or cold cured varnishes, as well as waterborne varnishes, have two big advantages over polyurethane varnishes: they dry faster and do not have time to become dusty; the…

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Why can an antique bed be considered a bargain?

Today, an antique bed is a very fashionable piece of modern furniture for housing. Such furniture is made of solid pine with the use of the aging effect. An antique bed helps to decorate the house in an old-fashioned interior and becomes a wonderful and favorite place for a night’s rest.

However, despite all the respectability and solidity of such models, there is an opinion that to buy an antique bed means to get an economical purchase. Let’s find out why the experience of many people testifies to this. So, buying an antique bed is beneficial for the following reasons:

1. Beautiful. As you know, true beauty is expensive. And when buying an antique bed, you get really beautiful furniture that does not become boring over time, but becomes only relatives and closer. Thus, it is better to buy a bed that never goes out of style than changing beds after a regular season after a few seasons, and as a good wine it only gets nicer over the years. Continue reading

Useful Tips

Two-component varnishes, or cold cured varnishes, as well as waterborne varnishes, have two big advantages over polyurethane varnishes: they dry faster and do not have time to become dusty; the varnished surface remains light and does not turn yellow over time. Cellulose lacquer also gives a light coating, although not as durable as when finishing with the above varnishes.

You can get rid of the bubbles as follows: pour the varnish from the can into a new bucket for paint or a special bucket for varnish. Lower the brush, then press it to the side – this will remove air from the bristles, which can give small bubbles on the freshly varnished surface. Continue reading

Bed materials: is it all wood that looks like it?

Wooden beds are loved by many for their attractive appearance, naturalness, durability and the ability to create a truly comfortable, homely atmosphere. However, is all the furniture that looks like wood really is and possesses the indicated properties? No, not all, because due to the high cost, few decide to purchase furniture from solid wood, but turn to more affordable, thereby more attractive substitutes like chipboard and MDF.

In this article we will try to figure out what modern beds can be made of and what qualities they will possess.
Solid wood beds
Let’s start with solid wood furniture. During its production, high-quality, well-dried wood without knots and cracks is taken, it can be either whole boards or composite boards from separate pieces connected by glue (glued board), which are then ground and varnished. Continue reading

From which tree is it better to choose a countertop
Interior products from natural solid wood are beautiful, environmentally friendly and, with proper protective treatment, have been serving their owners for decades. The operation of countertops depends on the right…

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Table history
Ordinary table: a rectangular board on four legs from time immemorial served the person. The simplest were the feasting tables - roughly knocked together boards set up on goats. Both…

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Number and design of sliding doors
Doors of a wardrobe are called door leafs or facades (the word sash is not very suitable here). There can be two, three, four, five, six sliding doors (facades), but…

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Do it yourself furniture made of wood - is it so difficult?
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…

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