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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Cleaning Fabric Sofas

The first step for any type of fabric sofa is to remove crumbles. Use a vacuum and gently hover the surface. Next, you should check the specifications of the used material. Look for removable and washable cushions and get as much info as possible. Before cleaning, check the tag and see what it’s made from. You should get the following tags:

• W: OK to use water for cleaning.
• S: Only use a solvent-based cleaner on fabric.
• SW: Either water or a solvent cleaner is safe to use.
• X: Only use a vacuum for cleaning.

Prep the couch by brushing it softy with a dry, clean hand towel or a washcloth. This will again help you expose food crumbles and other unwanted materials and vacuum then. Do not rub the fabric too hard, in order not to damage it. Also, do not use colored towels and sponges.

Pour baking soda over the sofa. This will help break the stains and remove unpleasant odor. If it is really smelly or dirty use a dry natural carpet cleaner mixed with baking soda. Let the baking soda on for 20 minutes, up to one hour then vacuum it with a brush attachment. It is recommended to use a lint roller if you have animal hair on the furniture.

Next thing you should do is to apply a professional cleaning solution. Look for products with really good reviews. But before applying the solution on the entire surface you should do a test on a small surface. Check for traces of discoloration. If everything is alright, dip a washcloth in the solution and gently rub the stained surfaces. Then, all you have to do is to let the couch dry. Verify that everything is clean, unwanted odors are gone and there are no discolorations.

Solid Wood Garden Furniture

Material

Indoor furniture, it must be said has more items available than you ever imagine. When it comes to garden furniture however, there are admittedly less options, but that’s not to say there aren’t so many as to fill up your brain and make you wonder if this endeavour wasn’t a terrible idea from the start!

Let’s not forget as well that the furniture material is another aspect of this. Garden furniture has a wealth of options available: Solid Oak, Teak, Pine, Metal, Plastic, Wicker and Aluminium. There’s a lot of choices available and so it’s best to plan what style and material you want before heading off down this particular Rabbit hole.

Reasonable Price

Some people don’t think about price when buying Solid Wood Garden Furniture. For them, quality matters a lot than any other factor. We know however, that quality and price do not always go together. There are multiple ways out there to buy quality, durable furniture for low prices. There are many cheap furniture stores online which are selling Solid Wood Garden Furniture at very reasonable rates. You can also go for the option of used wood garden furniture which will also save you some money.

Sturdiness

When it comes to solid hardwood furniture for garden, Teak is considered as one of the most reliable woods for outdoor use: It is resistant to decay and has naturally present silica which gives it anti-fungal properties. Solid Wood Garden Furniture built from Teak can bear harsh weather conditions and has the possibility to last for much longer compared to any other furniture material.

Maintenance

You need to consider the fact that wood garden furniture also needs maintenance. If you want your garden furniture to last longer, you will have to take good care of it with cleaning, applying protective coats and possibly even varnishing. Solid Wood Garden Furniture can avoid decay through these preventative measures in a much easier fashion than metal furniture can avoid rust. This again is a positive for wooden outdoor furniture.

Trend Setter

Gold Furniture: This is one of the major trend setters as far as home furnishing is concerned. Regarded as one of the oldest and royal home furnishing design, gold furniture types are no more luxurious and costly. Gold French furniture is nowadays usually finished in genuine gold leaf, and artisans make sure to give a distressing look to those areas where most natural wear would have occurred. The outcome is just awesome. This is a hard earned creation as it undergoes a multi tasking process of hand sanding, filling, sealing, painting and antique aging. Rich Rococo pieces, such as beds and chests of drawers are hand-carved, again, following the methods used hundreds of years ago.

The Vintage Style: Again a very effective and costumer centric furniture pattern. Vintage is generally a blend of Rococo furniture and chateau style. Versailles style is way over the top, but using a few rococo and baroque style items, such as a reproduction chateau de Versailles chandelier or a beautiful gilt mirror will give a glamorous look to your contemporary home. People with large dining rooms generally prefer this style of furniture.

The Mirrored Furniture: This is generally used when house owners want to bring some sanity to the house. Instead of glitter of artwork, many a times the mirror furniture is preferred by house owners. If you want something more exotic, choose a couple of items from a popular silver embossed range and mix them with white painted chateau furniture.

The Real Budget Design Ideas: If a budget based home furnishing is your cup of tea, then here are some important designing ideas for you. De Cluttering is always a good idea to start with. Minimizing accumulation is the key. This can be done by deciding which items must be retained and which can be thrown out or given away. Then be sure to maintain this system on an ongoing basis. Color management also plays a very vital role. Consulting a home furnishing expert also can be of great help. You’ll better understand how to incorporate color, lighting and texture into a room and also receive valuable tips on ensuring furnishings are in proportion with other things in a room for visual appeal.

With the wealth of information available, designing your first home or redesigning the interior of your existing home becomes a fun and exciting and cheap project rather than a stressful chore. By combining your creativity with tips gathered from various cheap or free publications, your home interior design project is sure to turn out to be a stunning success. As a final suggestion, surfing the internet and finding different combination’s and permutations that work can also provide relevant inputs.

Gothic Furniture

Carvings are a big part of this style. Carvings often had detailed faces, gargoyles or floral designs. These designs were often placed inside a panel that was geometric to the rest of the panels. Similarity between the sides showed the craft of the carpenter and proved that you had quality furniture.

Protrusions and elongated parts gave the pieces a drama and elegance that made it stand out. This created the drama in high back chairs which had an extra high back as well as in cabinets that had the frame lengthened and carved with detailed decorations.

Storage was an important aspect for the wealthier people. There are many pieces that used to reach up to the ceiling so that it could have added shelving. The idea of having large furniture and ornaments in your house gave you high status.

Cushioning on the back of chairs and couches also became famous with the tufting and button technique. This ensured that the stuffing on the inside of the material would stay secure without collapsing on the inside. This also gave the furniture a professional look that lasted throughout the years.

You can also spot gothic furniture if a honeycomb technique has been used on the surface of cupboard doors or table surfaces. A honeycomb pattern is a geometric pattern that looks like the actual bee’s honeycomb.

Gothic styled dressing tables were also common during the Victorian era. Every lady had to have one with a mirror that had intricate details all around it. The face of the mirror was not square or rectangular as they are these days. The carving had to surround the mirror with its elegance and intricacy.