Posts Tagged ‘Wood’

How to polish furniture made out of wood

When I acquired my dining room table off Craigslist, it had a few marks and spots on the surface, but it additionally came with a set of instructions from the previous proprietor. Every few years, I was to preserve the area of the lumber by polishing it. I found out that it is really a pretty simple process, however that being said, I would certainly choose to go through it as infrequently as possible. If it’s time to restore the area of your wood furniture, this detailed guide reveals you every little thing you have to understand and how to extend the moment just before your next polish as long as possible. Prior to You Start: Due to the fact that you will need the location you are operating in to be well ventilated, functioning outside is perfect. If that is not feasible, you will certainly wish to remain as lots of glass open as possible. Remain this in mind when choosing when you intend to do this job. Having your home windows open during the warm summer months or cool winter months could not be the very best choice. An ideal time for an activity such as this is throughout even more pleasant periods. Read the rest of this entry »

Medieval furniture

English: A Sendai-dansu from the Meiji period....

English: A Sendai-dansu from the Meiji period. Made in Sendai, Japan. Made from Keyaki, zelkova wood and lined with Sugi, cedar wood. Note the elaborate ironwork, handles for carrying on the side, and lockable compartment. Original use would be for storing Kimono, clothing. Attribution: Kraig Donald ???: ????????? ???? – ????? ????????????????? (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Medieval furniture has gained quite a sound reputation. It is not only very high quality (all made from hard wood) as well as having a personalized, custom appearance. Although such qualities are not something price minded individuals look in a piece of furniture, it is something that anyone with a taste for good, nice looking things has in good regard. The video below will show you how a few lovely examples of medieval furniture as well as commentary on the prices of such furniture.

WHat was your favorite commentary from this acclaimed medieval furniture expert?