Monthly Archives November 2014

Simple Minimalist But Sweet and Nice Charming Bedroom Ideas

Nice Awesome Celtic Bedroom Very nice bedroom is depend on how your decorate your bedroom. Look at this few sample of simple nice bedroom, isnt it so simple? It doesnt need lots of stylish and new luxury stuff to create one of this bedroom. To create a comfortable bedRead More

DRAWER REPAIRS

Wear is inevitable in all moving parts, and drawers and drawer runners may require extensive renovation, especially if the drawer sides and runners are of soft pine. Figure 542:2 shows a typical old drawer with missing cock beads, dovetails loose, drawer sides worn and solid bottom split and shrunk out of its groove. The sides will have to be cut back (542:3, 4) and fresh pieces glued on. Solid bottoms which have split can be shot and reglued, with the joint toped with glued coarse canvas if necessary, and the width extended with a new piece to take the slotted screws. Loose dovetails will have to be knocked apart and reglued...

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WARPED TOPS

Badly warped tops can often be corrected by saw kerfing, provided the under surface is not visible in the fixed position. A series of parallel cuts are run in with the circular saw, 1/4 in (6 mm) apart and to within a full 1/8 in (3 mm) of the upper surface. The board is then Cramped/ clamped down to a level surface, and softwood wedge strips or strips of veneer glued into the

541 Seventeenth-century French marquetry cabinet under restoration at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, using Araldite epoxy resin cement. (By courtesy of CIBA [ARL] Ltd, and the Trustees of the Victoria and Albert Museum)

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Wonderful Amazing Futuristic Pot for Your Small Gardening Indoor and Outdoor

Modern Flower Pots Design Lot of small house, didnt have space for create garden in their home. Now, heres some solution for you who only have a small space for your garden in your house. These decorative pots and planters designs were perfectly indicate a contemporaryRead More

Restoration, repairs and wood finishing. Structural repairs

The repair of modern everyday furniture usually calls for cutting out and replacing broken parts, fixing false tenons or dowels to fractured joints, strengthening joints with metal straps, insets or angle pieces, renewing whole members where necessary, and in general applying normal cabinet-making skills. Valuable antique furniture repairs require expert know-how with carefully matched old wood, scraps of old saw-cut veneer, and a keen appreciation of period, colour and patina, together with considerable skills in carving, veneering, inlaying, marquetry cutting, staining, polishing and lacquering, etc...

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FURNITURE FOR OUTSIDE USE

536 A sturdy music stand/reading lectern of rippled sycamore. Designed and made by Rod Wales

It is essential that the right materials are used for outside work, and this applies not only to the choice of wood but also to the choice of hardware and adhesives. If the appropriate materials are used, then outside furniture will give years of maintenance-free service.

Of the home-grown species oak, macrocarpa, yew, cedar of Lebanon and sweet chestnut are all ideal; similarly from the imported timbers, Burmese teak, iroko and Western red cedar are eminently suitable. They can be left with no finish whatsoever and they will mature over a period of time to a lovely silver grey...

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Simple Stylish White Wall Tiling for Spacious Looks Minimalist Bathroom Design Idea

Stylish Brilliant Modern Minimalist Bathroom Design Idea With Beautiful White Tiling Because the bathroom is always associated with the water that can seep into the bathroom wall and make the bathroom wall brittle, coating the bathroom wall with ceramic or otherRead More

TEA TROLLEYS/WAGONS

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Tea trolleys usually vary from about 28 in (71 cm) to 30 in (76 cm) high, 22 in (56 cm) to 27 in (68 cm) long and 14 in (36 cm) to 18 in (46 cm) wide, with wood sections as light as possible consonant with overall rigidity. If the corner posts are square section (531:1) then the rails can be tenoned in as 531:3, with the 1/4 in (6 mm) veneered plywood trays grooved into
531 Tea trolleys/wagons

the rails and posts. Thinner posts (531:4) may require the end rails tenoned through and wedged, and the long rails dowelled in. The trolley ends should be glued up first, the grooves extended into the posts, the tray bottoms cut and a trial assembly made to see that everything fits...

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Butler’s trays

This old form of carrying tray was usually made in two forms: a tall variety on X legs with a turned centre spindle connecting the legs, and the low stool variety illustrated in 529. The

528 Preformed tray with bent plywood base and solid sides and ends. Designed by Ernest Joyce MSIA

former were about 29 in (737 mm) high and the latter 18 in (457 mm) high, with an elliptical top about 39 in (981 mm) by 30 in (762 mm) when fully opened. The fixed top was usually panelled to prevent casting, but modern versions are veneered plywood, etc. with the wings in carefully matched solid wood. The ellipse should be laid out as described under Workshop geometry, Chapter 40, and the wings are connected with ordinary back flap hinges...

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Unforgetable World-Class Design Style of Wooden Japanese Interior

Artistic and minimalist Sofa in Open Space Living Room Design Idea Since you are Japanese movie fans, you will have a imagination about what Japanese interior design looks like. At least, you can find the interior design in your favorite Japanese animations suchRead More