Dressers. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 18:57:06 PM
Its really important that when youre shopping for a dresser that you know the look that you would like for your dresser to have. What specific style dresser would fit in best with your room? What is the overall decor that youre trying to achieve in your bedroom? There are a lot of beautiful dressers available to choose from but if you dont choose one that works with the look of your room, it will end up looking like it doesnt belong in there. For example, if your room has a modern feel choose a dresser with modern elements. If your room is more shabby chic, you dresser should be also.
Remember that oak dressers are usually expensive. If you find a piece that is rather cheap, beware as there are many manufacturers who use cheaper quality wood to manufacture the dresser and then coat it with oak veneer. With the help of these veneers, this cheaper dresser looks very much like an oak dresser.Also choose oak dressers that are well built. They have to be fastened without any gaps, its planes should be level and in addition to all this, the dresser should be devoid of any indentations. By keeping all these points in mind, you will be able to make a wise decision in your oak dresser investment that will last you a lifetime.
When looking for a dresser, quality must top your list. For a high durability, solid wood is always the best choice; even in the backings and drawers. If leg and foot are made of wood, each foot of the dresser should be carved as a single unit.Staples, glues and nails which are used as dressers joinery are signs of a weak make and bring down the quality. Check the sturdiness, by checking the drawers, door knobs and inner fittings. Look for any creaking sounds or if the drawers are getting stuck and the doors close to a good fit. Also check whether the wood is kiln dried, to prevent it from peeling and splitting.
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