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How to Maintain Your Wooden Furniture

Wood furniture is naturally sturdy and robust. Such material could last years of usage, especially if you are taking care of it the right way. We have some valuable tips here to help you maintain your wooden furniture and keep it alive twice as its expected lifespan.

1. Be Particular With Room Temperature

Your furniture should not be placed in an area with direct scorching heat. Heat exposure should be limited if you want to keep your decorations looking good for a longer time.

Also, excessively cold objects should not be placed on wood surfaces without protection. It could leave dents and marks that will ruin the natural beauty of the wood.

2. Oil and Wax

One way to keep your wooden materials shiny and good as new is to wax or oil it regularly. The coat you apply will not only shine the surface, but it will also serve as an additional layer of protection from debris that could ruin the wood quality.

3. Dust your furniture well

Do you think dusting does make that much impact in keeping wood objects alive? Well, it’s about time you know that it does help a lot in making sure that wood stays fresh and valuable.

Dusting furniture keeps the wood from being dulled-out. It also leaves the material sparkling and gorgeous.

Final Thoughts

Now that you know how to take care of wood furniture, we are sure you will make the most out of these materials.

Furniture Trends that are Big Hit in 2020

2020 may not have been a good start, but don’t stop it from remodeling your home. This is the best time for you to consider improving your standard of living. We know you have all the time you need to be hands-on about it. You take care of your time; we take care of the ideas.

Check out our list of must-have furniture you must acquire for a better home:

1. Oak Materials

Oak materials are rich and fine. It will definitely revamp the outdated setting you used to have. Using oak furniture will bring a sleek touch to your home.

2. Bold Contrasts

Minimalistic or not, you should at least try using bold colors to emphasize your house’s features. You do not have to be afraid of strong and bright patterns and colors anymore. Incorporate it with a great equalizer background color, and you will have an artsy ambiance.

3. Vintage pieces and furniture

We know we are now in the modern era, but have you seen how well antique pieces go with trendy settings? You should not miss its classy touch and vintage feels.

4. Symmetrical and Asymmetrical patterns

This trend is definitely fresh and good for the eyes. You’ll be amazed how shapes can do great illusions in your home interior—a perfect definition of unique.

Final Thoughts

These are just ideas we compiled for you. You should always choose a setting and interior you are comfortable with. Just make sure to always choose the best quality of the materials you use.

Age of COVID-19: The Best Time to Remodel Your Home

We understand that this time of year is just filled out with insecurities and anxieties. However, it should not stop you from creating a better home space for you and your family. Here are the reasons why:

1. It Prioritizes Cleanliness and Order

The world is becoming more and more uncertain. Isn’t it best to make your home your safe place? It’s time to fix those problems and issues through remodeling.

2. Hands-on Professionals

The pandemic is sure to affect the economic growth of the world. It means a little fewer projects for interior designers and workers. Due to that, you are sure that the professionals you hire to help you prioritize whatever it is you need to be done.

3. Time to Create Private Rooms

While we still are not yet back to normal, we must have private rooms to do our meetings and classes without hassle and interruptions.

Final Word

As you plan your renovation attempt, don’t forget to consider protocols and safety precautions on top of everything else.

Coffee Tables

1. Dark Japanese Brown Patina Steel Top Coffee Table

A rustic yet modern piece of furniture. A beautiful dark brown color which looks could stand out. This table was heated before applying the patina to create its dark and marbled appearance.

2. Rosewood Patina Coffee Table

They are delicately designed to end up with a deep and natural touch. The raw steel will be slightly visible over the patina, making it distinctly look natural with colors gracefully combined.

3. Fire Patina Steel Top

A beautiful blend of yellow and reddish-brown color that mimics fire on your table. It is made interesting by its frame style that matches its patina color—a strong piece.

4. Japanese Red patina with Light Shou Shugi Ban

A mixture of yellowish-brown and dark red Japanese patina heated to exhibit the dark marble look. A coffee table that will look like a traditional Japanese art seems like a catch.

5. Mixed Patina Steel Top Coffee Table

A patina with a steel framework that defines modern and antiquated all at once. A reddish-brown marble finish with the sturdiest support from the steel material used. The mixture of hues creates a depth and style that is unique—a rustic yet modern touch.

Decor Products

1. Steel Pipe Toilet Paper Holder

If you aim for an overall contemporary or antique setting, you cannot miss out on a detail in your home, not even the paper towel holder. A steel holder attached to a gorgeously patterned wood will complete that sophisticated bathroom look.

2. Steel Pipe Towel Rack

An elegant decor where you can place your bathroom towels. You will no longer feel your towels messing around the style you have worked hard to achieve because there’s now a place for these things to look entirely lovely and organized. This will also look good with the tissue rack.

3. Large Wood Crate

In need of a bookshelf or case, but you don’t want enormous and giant cabinets to take up the whole space? A unique wood crate may be something you want to consider. You will have ample-sized containers for the stuff you want to keep intact. At the same time, you can place it anywhere, looking fab without taking a lot of areas and causing your home to scale-down.

4.Tiny Wood Crate

We also have a wonderfully designed wood crate in a smaller size. You can put your condiments and utensils here to complement tables and kitchen.