Amor Pistis. Furniture. July 31st , 2017.
It is best not to throw away old furniture as you can donate it or sell it to someone who needs it. Plus you can also think about recycling it to fit your needs.
Indoor furniture is usually made of wood, plastic, or iron. Oil-based paint is the best option for wooden furniture, as it gets absorbed in the grains of the wood in a better way. Melamine is a type of oil-based paint that is ideal for wooden furniture in bathroom and kitchen, as it contains urethane which contributes to the durability of the paint. Enamel paints provide a porcelain-like appearance to the furniture. Hence, you can also go for glossy enamel paint for a dramatic effect. Plastic furniture is best painted with acrylic spray-on paint, as it offers a superior gloss.
Whether the sofa is replacing a worn out upholstered couch or a beat-up futon, leather simply looks nicer. The variety of finishes and durability of materials keeps leather looking like new for longer. Rather than worrying about rips or tears in the material, owners can look forward to tasteful aging and unique wear. Older leather adds character and charm to a room instead of looking worn and tired.
In 1804, Napoleon Bonaparte had himself anointed and crowned Emperor of France. The furniture style known as Empire is a style of majestic grandeur that Napoleon felt fitting to honor his glory. He considered himself the greatest world ruler since Julius Caesar. The Empire style is the last of the great French styles that widely influenced furniture design throughout the world. During his rule, Napoleon conquered Italy and Egypt. He was overwhelmed by his conquest of these countries. He brought back to France archaeological wonders of Egypt, the long-forgotten ancient empire. He was proud of his conquest of Italy and Egypt and proudly considered himself as the first worthy successor to Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar. Furniture designed in this period was meant to imitate the designs of these great empires. Napoleon commissioned the greatest artist of Europe to create architecture and decoration that would equate the grandeur of Greece, the glory of Rome and the massiveness of Egypt.
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