Decorating with Rustic Furniture

3 Ways To Save Money When Buying Furnishings For Your Family Motel

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If you are the proud owner of a family-owned motel, or if you are thinking about starting up a motel as a business, you might be wondering how you can cut costs on things like buying furniture. It can be costly enough to furnish just one motel room, and if you have to buy enough furniture for the entire motel, you might be thinking that it’s going to cost you a lot of money. Read More»

3 Tips For Cleaning Your Wooden Furniture

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From chairs that are made completely from wood to other pieces that feature wooden legs and other wooden parts, wooden furniture is often beautiful and durable. To make your furniture look its best and to enjoy it the most, it is important to keep it clean. These three cleaning tips should make it a breeze to keep your furniture pieces looking fantastic. 1. Mix Up a Gentle Detergent First of all, you will need to mix up a good detergent to wash your furniture with. Read More»

Tips On Choosing The Best Wooden Kitchen Table For Your Wood Dining Room

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One of the hardest parts about creating a stylish wooden kitchen is making sure your table matches the rest of the wooden decor. The table will likely be the largest item in the room and the one that captures the most attention. Follow these simple tips to ensure that your wooden table isn’t a great big clashing nightmare. Making the Right Stain Choices When choosing a wooden table, you may be compelled to perfectly match the rest of the wood stain colors in your kitchen. Read More»

How Should Antique Furniture Be Packaged Before Shipping?

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Antique furniture is highly valuable. The more pristine its condition, the more valuable it will be. Therefore, when antique furniture is being shipped, it is very important to pack it properly so that it is not damaged. If antique furniture is not protected while it is being transported, it could be destroyed and the owner would suffer a great financial loss. By using several layers of packaging, your antique furniture is less likely to be damaged. Read More»

3 Ways To Fireproof Drapes

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Seven people die each day in house fires across the United States. Having furnishings and decor that don’t catch fire easily can reduce your family’s chances of being involved in a fatal house fire. Since drapery adds a significant amount of flammable material to any room, fireproofing your drapes can be a great fire safety step to take with your family.  Here are three simple ways to fireproof your drapes in the future. Read More»