Kadri Janan. Furniture. October 12th , 2017.
Researchers have found out a rather chic way of managing industrial scrap by using it in making a variety of products that are aesthetic as well as eclectic. These items are available in various striking colors as well as with washable qualities which increases their durability.
People who have good money (and big houses) are considering adding a retro room to their houses. Since making the whole home a retro home may not be such a good idea, a single room is what people are doing nowadays. And it works great as a theme room. Packed with this type of furniture, it is the place you can go to if you want some solace from your routine times. Or, you can call your friends over and have a party with Elvis goading them on. Tell them to come in their turtlenecks and checkered bellbottoms and it will be a party to cherish. And you can even add an arcade center with Super Mario Brothers and Contra on it to really get teleported in those times.
These furnishings look right from the old times, but unmistakably has that attitude of carrying impressions for the future. Basically, those from the times of the sixties through the eighties (the Baby Boomer generation) is hot property. And that includes gramophones, loveseats and sofas, coffee tables, jukeboxes, entertainment centers, bars and stools and dance floors. The furniture looks as though it has popped right out of the house of our dear Lucille Ball (Lucy for most of us) in those rip-roarious series of hers with her husband.
If purchasing "green" furniture is important to you there are questions you can ask to determine just how environmentally friendly your furniture piece is. For example, find out if any of the wood used in the construction of your furniture piece was responsibly harvested. It is also important to know if glues and finishes that may contain toxins were used. Many furniture manufacturers use nails in place of glue to reduce the toxins and finishes are often low VOC stains. Foam stuffing can also emit toxins into the air. Therefore, some furniture manufacturers are offering upholstered products that have been stuffed with natural material such as buckwheat or recycled foam. Keep in mind that imported products do not always meet the same green standards we have come to expect in the U.S.
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