Sofa. Monday , March 27th , 2017 - 18:54:59 PM
Tameka Norris has been living in small spaces since she was 10 years old. She now runs a website titled Furniture for Small Spaces to help people who go through the same frustrating circumstance of trying to make big bulky furniture fit in places that barely offer enough room. She offers nifty tips and tactics, a Q & A section for people in need of answers, photos of her own small space trials, projects for the DIYer and recommendations on furniture choices.
Many people view living room furniture as a long term investment and rightly so. For the furniture to actually serve as a long term investment, the purchase of it has to be done very carefully. It is important that you ensure that everything about the furniture pieces that you buy is top quality; from the wood that is used to make the furniture to the framework that the furniture embodies to the fabric used on them. This is the only way that you can guarantee that the pieces you get will actually be durable and serve you for very may years to come. Given below are tips that you can use to make sure that you achieve just that.
Rayon Blends: When blended with other fabrics such as cotton, wool, or silk, rayon is soft, durable, and comfortable. It is also mildew and fade resistant. It is however, not a great choice for a sofa exposed to excess wear and tear, as it will start looking worn out in a shorter period.
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