Emem Tomislava. Furniture. August 05th , 2017.
If you accidentally drop some melted butter that you had prepared to add to the bread pudding, here's the method to fix it. Sprinkle cornstarch in abundance on the marble surface and then use a brush to spread the powder. Leave the surface for at least 24 hours. After that, scrub the stain with hot water, some detergent, and a brush. Wipe the surface further with a cloth that is made damp with ammonia solution.
Rather than settling on the same upholstered sofa that's been in a room for years, upgrade to a high-quality leather sofa today. This simple upgrade will transform the look of any room and provide years of comfort, beauty, and durability.
Some people prefer to get the peeling and distressed paint look of antique furniture. This style is suitable mostly for the kitchen and the family room. The usual colors are white, red, green, yellow or blue. First, start with sanding the furniture, and then apply latex paint. When the paint has cured, sand it once again in certain spots to get the worn out look. A slight touch of dilute paint here and there on your painted furniture will improve its visual appeal.
Of particular mention are the retro entertainment centers and other assorted amusement furniture from those adorable times. These entertainment centers actually come with records (not disks, mind you!) that will play, not Beyonc, but Rogers and Hammerstein! Be sure to get your Fred Astaire shoes on, and put up a Grace Kelly (sorry, Princess Grace Kelly) picture up on the salon wall. You can place a jukebox on a side of the room, and put a coffee table with copies of Archie and MAD Magazines strewn about. Every component of the black and white era can be found if you go retro shopping.
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