Simple Solutions For Cleaning And Maintaining Leather Furniture

Posted on: 20 February 2018

Basic wear and tear can affect how your furniture looks and how long it lasts. Depending on the construction and upholstery used on your furniture, regular maintenance is required to protect your investment. Leather may be 4 times more durable than fabric upholstery, but it still requires cleaning and maintenance to preserve its look, feel, and underlying quality. Here are a few tips to help you clean and maintain your leather furniture.
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Furnishing Your Master Bedroom? 3 Tips To Make The Most Of The Space

Posted on: 17 January 2018

Buying furniture for your master bedroom could be a necessity due to just moving in or simply because you want a change in the look of your home. If you've decided to head to a furniture store to pick out new furniture for your master bedroom, it's a good idea to look into what pieces will be the best fit. Knowing what features can improve the look and function of your master bedroom can help guide you towards choosing the very best master bedroom furniture.
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Interested In Chalk Paint? 3 Different Ways You Can Use It

Posted on: 18 December 2017

Chalk paint is made of hard pigments and it comes in a variety of colors, such as yellow, green, blue, and black.  There are two different types of chalk paint: chalkboard paint and traditional chalk paint. There are many ways you can use this paint in your home. To help you get started, below is more information about 3 of these ways. You can then get the whole family involved in this type of painting.
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How To Refinish Hardwood Furniture

Posted on: 6 October 2017

When it comes to style, hardwood furniture is really hard to beat, especially for your living room furniture. Homeowners love the fact that they can customize their hardwood furniture by applying a unique stain and the fact that the finish on hardwood furniture can be changed over the years. That is, you can always refinish hardwood to completely redefine the style of your furniture. The possibilities are truly endless with hardwood—you can even apply an antique finish to make your piece look more rustic.
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