Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 01:35:12 AM. . By Elizabeth Ranea.
Oak, maple, pine, and elm are some of the most well-known woods used. Oak is an open-grained hardwood, and its natural colors can range from gray-brown to red. It is strong and sturdy with dramatic grain variation. Maple is a strong and dense closed-grain hardwood. It can have a fine, straight grain, or have patterns, such as those found in bird is eye maple pieces.
The first thing you should do is to decide on a style or a general theme. This is basically the main concern and you should thread carefully. Depending on your personal preferences, you can opt for all sorts of furniture styles, from Victorian, Spanish Colonial, Mid-century, Vintage or even modern high-tech furniture. Old fashioned persons of fine tastes prefer the old Victorian furniture or imitations, with very delicate curves, gilded with sumptuous decorations and of made of the most expensive wood. Those seeking minimal ornamentation and high degree of functionality prefer the Bauhaus-Echler mid-century styles.
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