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Caring For Your Wooden Furniture

The two great enemies of a well-finished wooden surface are heat and moisture. Wood and wooden veneers crack when they dry out too much, so keep your furniture away from radiators and out of direct sunlight. Wet encourages rot, mold and mildew, staining and swelling so, similarly, make sure wooden pieces are kept in reasonably dry conditions. Antiques should be kept in a safe place, protected from spills and generally cossetted. Your outdoor dining table in plantation teak may be more robust but it will still suffer if its feet are always sitting in damp grass.

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About A Footstool

Published on February 12 2010 by GuestPoster in Furniture, Home Accessories

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Footstool is a great furniture piece which compliments with your main seats, chairs and sofas. Generally this entry is made of wood or iron as the stool base. Moreover the seat will be padded with cushion that is either upholstered by leather or fabric. A footstool like black leather footstool is the remarkable piece that comes together with your leatherette sofa like black leather sofa. As far as concern, this footstool will either charge separately or include as promotional gift together with the sofa set. As such it is always advisable to check for any extra items given when you buy any master piece for your room.

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Wardrobe Furniture Closets

Published on February 09 2010 by GuestPoster in Bedroom, Furniture

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Wardrobe Furniture Closets

There was a time not too long ago in our nation’s history when those wood wardrobes were used to house one’s clothes. The notion of a closet as we know it today was not yet invented. In fact, our current definition is more of a shortened take on the old wardrobe closet, as it was called. These wood wardrobes were finely crafted and had detailing that made them characteristic of the craftsman himself. Each one had its own individuality in most cases. It is not too uncommon to find these in antique shops and old furniture stores. In some respects, wardrobe furniture like these have become collector’s items.

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How To Make Your House A Home

When you first move in to a new place – be it rented or owned – it is merely a house, but over time you add your own touches, furniture and fittings and slowly but surely it becomes a home. When you move in to rented accommodation you may be subjected to restrictions by your land lord as to what you can and can’t do, so it may be very difficult to put your stamp on a place when you can’t ‘touch’ the walls. It really doesn’t have to be like this though as there are three key pieces of furniture and furnishing that will really help to make your house become a home and you can use them if your in rented accommodation or not:

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Why People Love The Leather Armchair

Published on January 23 2010 by GuestPoster in Furniture

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Why People Love The Leather Armchair

Many people have leather armchairs at home. This piece of furniture is very popular with people not only in the US, but also everywhere around the globe. Why do people love the leather armchair? What is the appeal of this leather armchair?

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Choosing The Right Leather Tub Chair

Leather tub chairs are seen as being very exclusive and contemporary. The stunning design of the tub chair is what sets it apart from regular chairs. You will find them in the most exclusive clubs and the finest hotels around the globe. The good news is that they will fit just fine into any home as well. Top grade leather is very expensive because it contains the finest hide from the best parts of the animal. It is very supple and soft because all the natural oils are kept in during processing. Lower grade hides do not have these oils and so they are far less comfortable to sit on.

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Choosing The Right Leather Tub Chair

Leather tub chairs are seen as being very exclusive and contemporary. The stunning design of the tub chair is what sets it apart from regular chairs. You will find them in the most exclusive clubs and the finest hotels around the globe. The good news is that they will fit just fine into any home as well. Top grade leather is very expensive because it contains the finest hide from the best parts of the animal. It is very supple and soft because all the natural oils are kept in during processing. Lower grade hides do not have these oils and so they are far less comfortable to sit on.

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