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4.Size: Size is an important factor to remember while shopping for the chest of drawers. Measure the space properly where you will place this drawer set so that it can easily fit in the available area and you have ample amount of space to open the drawers.
When people look at heirloom hope chest furniture, they look at the wonderful styling and the care that it took to create these fine furniture pieces. They also look at the type of wood that was used for the construction of these blanket chests. The better the quality of wood used equals a longer survival time for these fine wood chests which have battled the elements. Hope chests made a few centuries ago would have endured the year round temperature changes and the many changes in humidity levels since homes back then were not always well insulated. These homes may not have been evenly heated as they are now either.
If you were to write down whats in your mental junk drawer, what would it look like? Would it be happiness, joy, love and gratitude? Or is your drawer full of anger, fear, frustrations guilt, and unforgiveness? How much time do you spend thinking about things that happened in the past that you cannot go back and change-but wish you could? Make today, the first day that you start to clear out the clutter in your mind. Start planning on how you are going to get rid of unwanted, negative thinking, thats holding you back and taking away your joy. If your mind is filled with negativity, your inner thoughts will ultimately translate into your outer character. If you think about some of whats in your mental junk drawer, you may find:
The Dower Chest, better known as a Hope Chest or Blanket Chest in present time, is referred to by the Pennsylvania Dutch as Ausschteier Kischt. This piece of furniture is the most cherished and most representative of the Germanic Immigrants who came to live in Pennsylvania during the late 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries.Young girls between the ages of eight to ten were given Hope Chests inscribed with their names and usually the date of presentation. This storage chest was filled with household items that the girl made, was given or purchased in anticipation of her future marriage. On her wedding day, this completely filled Hope Chest was proudly placed in the "Wedding Wagon" to be taken to her new home. Items would have included blankets, bed linens, baby clothes, quilts and some family heirlooms.
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