Dressers. Thursday , October 12th , 2017 - 19:19:23 PM
Along with a crib, your baby nursery furniture should include a baby dresser. Baby dressers provide a convenient way to store your babys tiny outfits and other nursery essentials. There are many styles and sizes of dressers available today to fit any nursery decor. Nursery dressers are usually meant to be used for a long time, from the time the child is an infant up to his or her teen years. For this reason, baby dressers that are made of strong wood are much preferred. In addition, dressers with adjustable shelves should be chosen to accommodate the childs growing needs.
The Queen Anne style of furniture is historically made from walnut, which is definitely a Colonial American tradition. Handmade dressers today are made from all kinds of wood, like butternut, cherry, mahogany or maple. Like walnut, butternut wood is prized for its soft, light yellow highlights and darker grains. In order to create a more contemporary look for a dresser, an artisan will blend different woods together. Making hardwood knobs out of different woods and materials is an easy way to give any traditional style of furniture a unique look. Darker dovetail details on the top of the dresser or on the paneling also brings a simple accent of elegance to an otherwise simple dresser. Studio furniture designers enjoy the freedom to play with combinations of knobs, joinery methods and natural woods to satisfy each and every clients personality and style.
Dressers can be purchased within your budget. You can look for quality pre-owned, vintage or antique items in garage sale or thrift stores, garage sales and estate sales. If youre purchasing a dresser made of less expensive wood like pine, check whether it has been treated to prevent rot and damage. When going through online biddings, pay close attention to product descriptions, photos with clear details, shipment terms and shipping fees. Also, reading product reviews before buying a dresser can help you determine whether the product is genuine and if a particular seller is reliable.
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