Furniture. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 00:41:15 AM
Today's furniture is made from unconventional substances, like rattan cane, which is quite inexpensive in comparison with traditional wood. Rattan cane can be molded into different patterns, which may be used to create innovative designs. A rattan cane sofa set and an 'end table' may be priced at less than USD 3,000, whereas a dinner set may be available for less than USD 2,000. Wicker wood is also another inexpensive material used for manufacturing cheap modern furniture. However, it is soft and doesn't look attractive unless it is polished or finished in an efficient manner.
Psychedelic. Okay, so in the sixties and seventies, there were reasons for glow in the dark, psychedelic paint and black lights, though these excuses were usually less than savory and not entirely legal. Today, though, the bright T-shirts and posters have returned, with many individuals covering walls with glow in the dark designs and even painting whole walls in psychedelic paint, installing black lights in their recreation rooms or game rooms for entertainment purposes. This retro design option, coupled with disco lights that are more reminiscent of the late seventies, can really take you back to "the day"', especially if you put in the right music!
If you are buying a dresser, buffet, nightstand or any furniture piece that has drawers similar structural questions apply. While the style and finish are important there are other things to consider. Do the drawers have a slide locking system that prevents them from opening all the way and falling out? This is especially important if you have young children or elderly parents living in the home. Can the dresser be mounted to the wall for safety purposes? Does the dresser have easy glide drawers that open and close smoothly? Antique or hand-me-down items will not always conform to safety standards so beware of placing used furniture in a child's area.
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