What to Know Before Moving a Wicker Chair Outside

Posted on: 8 February 2019

There are times when you may want to move your furniture around to add more space to the home or change the look of a current space. This doesn't just apply to the interior of your home. You may have a wicker chair, cane chair or cane lounge that you would like to move outside to spruce up the outdoor living space. Though this could work out well for your design plans, there are a few things you need to know.
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Creative Ways of Providing Bed Space for Visitors during Christmas

Posted on: 7 March 2018

It is only a few months till Christmas and the question you are probably asking yourself is whether you are ready to accommodate family and friends coming over. While close friends and relatives might not mind spending the night on the couch, it's good practise to do all you can to make them feel comfortable. One common route most people choose is joining beds to form a bigger 'bed'. It will work if you have adequate space.
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How to Paint a Metal Bed Frame

Posted on: 15 November 2016

If you've got a metal bed frame that doesn't fit with the design of your room, looks a little tired, or simply isn't the right colour, then a new paint job is a great choice. Painting metal frames isn't as tricky as you might imagine, and it's much cheaper than buying a new frame altogether. Painting's also perfect if you've got a metal frame with a design that you love, but just aren't keen on the colour.
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Important Things You Need To Know About Restoring Your Outdoor Teak Furniture

Posted on: 5 May 2016

If you want your teak furniture to last and maintain its aesthetic appeal, you will want to properly maintain it. Typically, your outdoor furniture will weather quicker than your indoor peak furniture. Apart from cleaning your teak furniture, the outdoor furniture may require restoration after some time. This is because after being exposed to the outdoor conditions, the lovely golden brown shade of your teak furniture can start developing a silver grey shade or finish.
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