Features and Benefits of DIY Wooden Furniture
Wood is an excellent material for the design and creation of exclusive furniture, vibrant and incredibly comfortable, attractive and solid, ergonomic and practical. And even the rapid development of scientific and technological progress, as well as the appearance on the market of new technologies and innovative materials, have not made a natural tree of valuable species less popular and in demand among admirers of natural beauty and style.
Making home furnishings from wood. Benefits
The advantages of furniture made of natural wood can hardly be overestimated: the point here is not only the aesthetic component, but also the high performance, thanks to which wood has long been used for construction purposes and for the manufacture of unique interior items.
The main advantages include:
Environmental friendliness. The tree at the time of use does not emit harmful substances and toxic substances to the air Continue reading
Home-made furniture for home and garden
Not so long ago, home-made furniture was in almost every home. With the disappearance of the deficit, interest in the products of craftsmen-furniture makers fell significantly, but in recent years it has revived. Moreover, home-made wood furniture with their own hands has become quite a popular hobby, which also brings tangible benefits, and also serves as the pride of the owner of the house.
Joiner or cabinetmaker?
DIY dining room furniture
Home-made furniture in the dining room
Representatives of these two professions were involved in furniture production. Joiners were entrusted with the production of simple and rough furniture: for example, stools, chairs without upholstery, benches and other furnishings with ordinary trim. Continue reading
FOR SAVING A WOODEN FURNITURE AND A PARQUET
To preserve wooden furniture and parquet
Wooden floor coverings, furniture, musical instruments and other accessories made of wood, which are present in residential buildings, office premises, shops, are sensitive to environmental influences. In other words, they are no less demanding on healthy climatic conditions than people. Why? The tree absorbs or loses moisture and, accordingly, expands or dries out, depending on the level of humidity and ambient temperature. Everyone who has ever worked with it knows about this dependence of wood on humidity and temperature. Let’s recall, if of course we carefully listened to sellers of wooden furniture and parquet, that it would not be recognized as a guarantee case that parquet had dried up and the coating was all cracked if we did not comply with the requirements for caring for it. Continue reading