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Key Terms Relating to Unfinished Furniture

Having unfinished furniture in your house or office may give you the motivation to do some work. Buying used or unfinished furniture is a way to get a bargain. If you know how to finish the furniture, you can find a sale or discount on items for your home. This could include a desk for your living room. There are many ways you can decide to finish the furniture. When you are deciding how you want to complete the project, it may vary whether the wood is pine or oak. Before you decide to finish your bed or cabinet, here are some key terms to help you determine how you want to complete the project.

  • Lacquer - A clear varnish made from nitrocellulose.
  • Primer - A coat that is put on the furniture before the finish is applied. This is used to seal the wood on your cabinets, bed or bookcase.
  • Stain - This brings out the grain structure in your furniture while protecting the wood from moisture damage.
  • Oil-based - Finish product that includes oil. This may offer the smoothest result for your furniture, but is messy to work with.
  • Glazing - The process of applying a stain or dye to unfinished furniture before and after varnishing.
  • Varnish - A transparent finish that is protective and waterproof.
  • Grain - The line patterns visible in wood. The purpose of most finishing products are to bring out the grain in the wood.
  • Wardrobe - A cabinet that is made with the intended purpose of storing clothing. Many wardrobes are made out of pine. You may have one of these in your office or your home.
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    Unpainted Furniture Plus
    2223 La Salle Ave, Waco, TX 76706
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    Brook Furniture Rental
    1220 Inwood Rd, Dallas, TX 75247
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    13550 N Stemmons Fwy, Dallas, TX 75234
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    Treasurewood Furniture
    3100 Independence Pkwy, Plano, TX 75075
    (972) 596-1251
    Second Home Furniture
    1288 W Main St Ste 132, Lewisville, TX 75067
    (214) 222-4663
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    1207 E Navarro Ave, Mart, TX 76664
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    Unfinished furniture includes a wide range of wood items made for offices, bedrooms, living rooms, dining rooms, and the rest of the house. The unpainted furniture is usually made of woods such as pine, oak, and alder. They may also contain maple and aspen components, as well as the less expensive particle board. Consumers usually buy unfinished items to save money, or because they want to apply their own stains and paints to the product to make it fit their home's d├ęcor. Most unfinished furniture stores have items for the whole house, but some of them focus on specific types of unpainted furniture. You could find, for instance, that some of the stores focus on desks, tables, chairs, and bookcases that are made for offices. Others, however, could focus on armoires and beds. Many of the companies will have wood furniture specifically designed for kids. These items are often smaller in size than their adult versions. They could also include safety features that will protect children from getting hurt if they should fall against the oak, pine, and alder edges. You can often locate information about the entertainment centers, patio furniture, stools, benches, and chests that the stores in your area have by accessing their web pages. If you are not sure what companies in your area sell unfinished furniture, then a quick internet search should give you some options to choose from. Be sure to ask the stores whether they offer free shipping and handling. Some charge extra, which can add quite a bit of money to the overall amount that you pay.
     
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