Furniture. Tuesday , October 31st , 2017 - 23:59:13 PM
Shag Carpets and Bean Bags. Rather than sitting on real furniture, designers are now suggesting a return to the basics. In the seventies, everyone had thick, shag carpeting, and now it's become popular again (as opposed to Berber, the thinnest possible carpet around), only this time it's not in mixed blue and green colors (thank goodness!). And, with the modification of the original bean bag chair that was so popular in the 80s to seat more than one comfortably on plush material or even leather rather than sticky vinyl, you can have your whole home outfitted retro style!
Want to order custom made furniture but still wracked by niggling doubts? Custom made furniture can be a viable option if you have specific style requirements and are unable to find the exact designs in readymade furniture, but it also comes with its fair share of disadvantages. Take a look through the list of pros and cons of custom made furniture before you make a decision:
Before we look at the various methods of cleaning the couch, let us get to know about the popular suede cleaning tools. Hand towel is the most common item available in your house that you can use for cleaning suede. Use of other household items or cleaners that are not designed for cleaning suede must be avoided. There are some really good tools available in the market which are specially designed for cleaning suede fabric. A suede brush is one such device which you can use for cleaning upholstery of the couch. A suede eraser is another tool that is popularly used to clear off dry stains on suede fabric. A suede cleaner which is a commercial cleaning lotion available in various brands is also a good product that you can consider using.
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