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Harmless manufacturing process - With eco friendly furniture you can be sure that its manufacturing process didnt harm the environment in any way. Now consider wooden furniture. You might think that since it is made from wood, it has caused environmental damage since trees have been cut to acquire the wood.
Another professional who you may want to consult before taking on a furniture restoration project is an antiques appraiser. While refinishing furniture you bought new can help give the piece more character or even help you to sell it for a profit at a yard sale, there are rare and collectible pieces of furniture that will lose value if they are refinished. When you've bought an antique dining room table, coffee table or cabinet, furniture refinishing could lower the value of the piece and you may want to look into a thorough professional cleaning instead.
Firstly, look out for the patterns of wicker furniture. Usually, the patterns are created by skilled workers. The more complicated the patterns, the more expensive the furniture will be. That's because it takes the workers more time to create the patterns. Patterns that are simple are the most commonly seen. They are also the cheapest. If you really want to save money, try looking out wicker furniture with simple patterns.
As people are unable to notice the differences between genuine antique pieces and reproduction pieces, you will be better off purchasing the reproductive piece. Understandably there most certainly are differences between the two pieces, but these are guaranteed to go unnoticed. The only way you can notice a difference in how the pieces are different is how they will age; genuine pieces will endure cracks and flaws, whereas reproduction pieces will be smooth with not jagged edges or imperfections. However a common misconception with reproductions are peoples' assumptions that these pieces are fake, and of no worth or value. Although they may not cost as much as genuine antique pieces, it does not mean to say that they are fake either. Unknown to many, there are numerous antique pieces that may be sold as "genuine", but are in fact reproductions.
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