Published at Monday, December 31st 2018, 08:58:53 AM by George M Hansen. Cuisiners. Consider the other items you already own when you are deciding on what piece of new furniture to select. You need to make sure the new item blends well with the fabric, finish and materials of your existing pieces so that the whole room flows together. Planning ahead can help to avoid bringing home a new item that just does not work in the room.
Published at Monday, February 04th 2019, 13:22:53 PM. Cuisiners By George M Hansen. When choosing a new couch, make sure the cushions are firm. Soft cushions will not last for very long. Replacing cushions can be expensive, especially if these cushions are no longer manufactured. It is best to choose a standard size of cushions so you can easily find some replacements in case they wear off.
Published at Monday, February 04th 2019, 09:05:53 AM. Cuisiners By Paul McKibben. Make sure that you verify whether furniture is shipped door-to-door or curbside. This is particularly important if you live on a very high floor. You may have to pay a little more if you want the item delivered directly to your door, but it will be more than worth it when you realize you wont have to do it yourself.
Published at Monday, February 04th 2019, 04:37:53 AM. Cuisiners By Paul McKibben. Learn how to properly clean up a spill on your microfiber furniture. To start with, blot the spill with absorbent paper towels. Wash the area using a mild soap solution. Make sure to rinse it off and pat it dry. Finally, use a dry brush to brush the area in the same direction as the nap.
Published at Monday, February 04th 2019, 00:13:53 AM. Cuisiners By Patricia Guzman. When cleaning upholstery, try sticking with dry cleaners. Wet cleaners can dampen the fabric to the point of stretching or breaking. It can also cause mildew, mold, or rot in the fabric. Dry solutions can get rid of things like dust, dander, dirt, etc. while keeping your fabric in good shape.
Published at Sunday, February 03rd 2019, 19:36:53 PM. Cuisiners By George M Hansen. If you measure twice or more, you only have to buy once. While it is likely you can return a piece of furniture that doesnt fit, that means moving more furniture than you want to. Know the measurements of both your overall room and where a piece will specifically go. Take a measuring tape to the showroom, just to make sure the listed dimensions are accurate.
Published at Sunday, February 03rd 2019, 15:00:53 PM. Cuisiners By Kristina Barlow. Choose your fabric and colors based on your lifestyle. If you have children or pets, it is best to steer clear of delicate fabrics and light colors. These will be worn through and stained in no time. A darker, sturdier fabric will hold up to the abuse, and hides many stains.
Published at Sunday, February 03rd 2019, 10:29:53 AM. Cuisiners By Patricia Guzman. Consider your pet situation when shopping for furniture. A home without free-roaming pets that is going to stay that way is safer for a lot more furniture. If you do have uncaged pets or think you might in the future, be a lot more picky in what pieces of furniture you buy.