Furniture. Monday , April 17th , 2017 - 21:29:07 PM
Known as a powerful cleaning and polishing agent, lemon oil can easily restore the lost luster of your old furniture. Since store-bought cleaners are way too expensive, making the oil at home is the next best solution. Homemade cleaners are non-toxic, environment-friendly, and help you save a lot on your overall expenses. The citric scent of the oil will not only make your furniture shine and glow, it will also leave your home smelling fresh. Just a few drops of the oil, and you can forget about polishing them for at least a month.
If your garden has more of a pebbled feel, setting up a Zen garden room would make an interesting match too. As simple way to achieve this is to choose dark wood as furniture material and frames for your glass windows. Keep the lines on your furniture clean as well and finish the whole look with roman blinds.
In today's market place you can find a plethora of reproduced chairs, desks, tables, storage units, lighting, and accessories inspired by the industrial era, but if you truly want an industrial look, try searching for original items that can be found in salvage yards, flea markets and junk shops, and re-purpose them, or use them as is to add a bit of character and drama to a space. Many of today's manufacturers are designing pieces that really bring back the industrial era and while some of these items are pricey, they are great for adding historical character in today's spaces.
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