Amor Pistis drawer, 2017-10-25 08:06:40. Dont use soap (detergent) and water, because wood must not get wet. You should wash all the surfaces in order to remove as much grime as possible. - The next step is to apply a primer. It is important to select a good one. Try to buy one that says no sanding is needed. A cheap primer may not adhere properly even if you sand slightly.If you use a cheap primer,allowe it to dry overnight. Whatever primer you use,it is better to gently sand the surface, to create a smooth surface to apply paint onto.
Henny Meena drawer, 2017-10-25 00:22:12. Wood workers and furniture manufacturers in Japan and Denmark have especially found Shaker furniture to be of interest. Many of their artisans have employed the Shaker design elements to create wonderful furniture pieces. The Shaker style has also heavily influenced the modern furniture design principles in both of these countries.
Jyotsna Nitika drawer, 2017-10-24 15:31:37. The joinery styles used were made with hammer and chisel in a very precise manner since the corner pieces of the chest needed to fit exactly into each other. Dovetail joinery shows off the skill of the cabinet maker better than the mortise and tenon style. All of the small cuts for a precise fit are fully visible like interlocking fingers.The craftsmen who labored on these blanket chests were considered masters of their trade. In fact, these men were known as cabinet makers and were in very high demand. Some German immigrants, along with men of religious communities like the Amish, also made names for themselves as master woodworkers. These men took exceptional pride in their wood working skills.
Sonja Mairenn drawer, 2017-10-25 05:55:45. 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.
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