drawer. Sunday , April 02nd , 2017 - 13:12:35 PM
2. Once youve completed your list, ask yourself, Is there anything on this list that I cant do anything about? If so, thats some of the junk youre carrying
Shaker Style furniture and hope chests have been crafted in America for the last 200 years. This furniture style is the end result of the strict Shaker religion viewpoint that that all things were to be created for maximum utilitarian efficiency. Added embellishments were thought to be entirely unnecessary and a wrongful expenditure. This is why the Shaker Style form has simple lines and no decorative elements such as inlay work, added raised wood designs or engraved designs that were common among other Early American hope chest styles. Only on a few furniture pieces is there a little bit of beaded work design. The same reasoning went into why the legs were always straight and without any curves. In addition, Shaker furniture is usually stained rather than painted in holding with this viewpoint.
There is one potential drawback to lingerie chests. Because of their narrow and trim design, these space saver chests are not suitable storage spaces for larger items, including bulky garments and the like. However, these space saving chests earn their moniker because these units are suited perfectly to store lighter garments and smaller items ... like lingerie. Of course, lingerie can cost a good deal of money. In the end, lingerie chests are idyllic when it comes to protecting the investment you have made in your most personal garment choices.
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