furniture. Wednesday , June 28th , 2017 - 15:03:59 PM
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How big is your bedroom? This is the first question you must ask. The smaller the bedroom, the more creative you need to be with space. If it looks like a natural disaster zone, all you may need are some organizational tools. If everything has its place but it still looks cramped, try rearranging the furniture for a new look. Consider buying a new dresser or bed that is less bulky and takes up less space. If you start buying new bedroom furniture, be sure to measure the walls and the furniture you already have so you know what will be too big or small. In a larger bedroom, modernizing it just means adding a few new pieces here or there. A loveseat in one corner or an armoire in the other can work wonders. Switch to a smaller (or larger) dresser and get rid of the one where the drawer glides are getting stuck. What piece of furniture is benefiting you the least? Throw it out-think of it as cleaning out your closet, but for your home.
Have you fallen in love with a piece of furniture or pews, but does the color or finish do not work out? Then you can give the church pews a completely different look by removing the old layer of paint, paint or oil. Old wax can be removed by brushing the furniture complete with a steel brush. To remove the paint layer, you have many different types of corrosive agents that allow you to rub the furniture. After drying, you can scratch the lacquer. In all cases, it is wise to clean the furniture with a sanding machine. Make sure that you always go with the wood nose. Have you completely sanded the furniture and do you really find the original wood the most? Then make the furniture completely dust free and protect the wood with a thin wax layer. This makes the wood darker.
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