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December 2020


Furniture is the fun of side of finishing a home but none the less choosing it can become a serious matter. Our homes are our places of refuge and we take pride in how they look and although we may change our furnishings several times, each item placed can be debated over and over. There are so many furniture options nowadays and so many different styles, are you a minimalist, or a bohemian, It can be tough to know what term defines your style. There’s no wrong way to design a home or buy furniture, the finished home and the interiors will always be a statement to the people that live there and that is why it is wise to take ones time to best choose the type of furniture that you are going to live with for some years. Living Room When buying furniture people need

When you buy a wooden piece of furniture it needs care and maintenance as it once was a natural living product that wascut down and manufactured into furniture, thus is deprived of its natural lubricants, this necessitates the need for aftercare to maintain its beauty and durability. Below is some information on the different woods used in the production of furniture and how to care for it. Oak The incredible popularity of oak being used in furniture production comes from the fact that it is plentiful and thereby very affordable, it is also a durable, heavy hardwood with beautiful grain. Oak is known for its prominent grain which means little spots and dings just blend in. However oak is porous so it can stain easily, especially if it does not have a modern finish like a glossy varnish. It can also become dry and cracked if not properly moisturized. To maintain oak

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