Gives practical advice on designing and building furniture and storage units, decorating family rooms, and taking care of furniture, upholstery, carpets and drapesSome wood looks aquot;distressed, aquot; but that may be a good sign. Distressing is a finishing process used to make furniture appear old by the addition of simulated scars and insect holes. But the ... Some manufacturers skimp by gluing a thin layer of wood to a wood frame, giving it the appearance of thick wood from the outside.
|Title||:||Your family centers|
|Publisher||:||Better Homes & Gardens Books - 1983-07|