Dressers. Friday , October 06th , 2017 - 11:56:11 AM
Most parent, perhaps due to sheer excitement, immediate buy dressers that they see first. Before buying one, however, you should assess first if you need and want a dresser for your baby. Some parents actually see this piece of furniture as not that necessary, while some consider them useful for keeping their babys things organized. Once you have decided to buy a dresser, you need to make sure that the dresser secured to your rooms wall and that it is child proof. This helps in ensuring the safety of the baby, since it is possible that the baby would pull the dresser on top of him or her. Check if the baby dresser you are eyeing passed the requirements and standards that would work for your baby. Check the materials and design if it fits your babys needs. Make sure to check if the material that it is made of is durable enough that could last for some years. Some baby dressers have god designs, but do last for long. It is always practical to invest on quality products, including baby dressers.
Another style of handmade dressers that is still popular today is the Shaker style. Originating in the late 1700s, the Shaker style is revered for its clean lines, durable features and innovative joinery methods. Distinctive features include an arched apron and tapered legs, which looks graceful and unimposing. Originally minimal in embellishments, artisans today will play with the tradition by adding modern touches, like blending types of wood in the paneling. Contrasting natural woods, like maple and walnut, a craftsman can really highlight the beauty of the panel doors and drawers. Intentionally practical, these sideboard Shaker style dressers are perfect for storing dining room china, but the pieces of furniture are elegant enough on their own.
Most dressers contain four drawers but they can have as many as eight or even twelve. Among the most famous cabinet makers of quality English dressers was Thomas Chippendale, whose fine cabinets are still much sought after.Regency, Victorian and Edwardian dressers for bedroom are all made of wood with a quality French polish on the front. The back was usually left unvarnished. Often the drawers would have locks. Today, dressers come in a wide variety of materials including the modern favourite MDF - micro density fibreboard - with a woodstain veneer on the top and sides. This hardwearing easy care engineered wood product can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes.
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