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Oak Double Gents Wardrobe

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This large, modern Dalton Oak Double Gents Wardrobe offers stunning clean cut lines and an invigorating feel, perfect for any modern bedroom space. Tall, wide and extremely practical, this wardrobe is constructed in the ‘gents’ style, which means that the wardrobe benefits from a selection of drawers under the hanging space above. This wardrobe is unique in that it offers 3 surprisingly spacious drawers, 2 over 1, which is more than enough space for shoes, ties or any other items that require a little extra organisation. The sturdy doors benefit from a clipping mechanism to stop them from swinging open and internally there is a hanging rail.

The wonderful golden tones of the oak grain are protected and emphasised by a subtle layer of lacquer, which serves to guard the surface of the wood from any accidental knocks or dents. The wardrobe is delivered part assembled for your convenience, however, if you think you may require some help putting it together; do not forget to ask about our home assembly service. Do you love the warm contemporary tones of the Dalton Oak collection? There’s many more exciting products to explore, including a fine selection of chests and beds.


The Benefits of Wardrobe Closet Furniture

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Wardrobe closet furniture or sometimes called an armoire has been used for centuries for storing clothing and household goods. Today most homes have walk-in and reach in closets as part of their design. However if you are seeking closet ideas that will increase your home or office storage you may want to consider purchasing or building wardrobe closet furniture.

In many older homes that have small bedrooms and little built in closet space the easiest and possibly the only solution to increasing storage space is to build or install free standing wardrobe closet furniture. Even if you have large modern walk in closets in your home the use of free standing wardrobe furniture will help you to organize your closet and make it more efficient. The problem with installing permanent shelves and clothes poles is just that “they are permanent”.

Modern wardrobe closet furniture is designed in just about every possible configuration you can imagine. There are many custom furniture manufactures that will build an armoire that will meet your needs. Closet furniture is constructed of wood, metal, canvas and cufflinks various man-made building materials. The size and intended use of each unit will determine what materials you are going to use.

One of the best features of free standing closet furniture is that it can be moved relatively easily. Canvas models can also be described as true portable closets where as large 8 foot tall and 6 foot wide designs are more or less permanent. Many models can be used within a walk in or reach in closet as well as used as a free standing armoire. These designs are just as easy to move as ordinary furniture and allow one to rearrange a closet or move it to a new home or office.

You also have the option to build a closet yourself. If you have good wood shop skills, use online design software and a source of building materials you could save yourself considerable money. In addition you will have the exact design that you need to solve your storage problems.

If you are not handy with tools you can use one of the many contractors and installers located on the Internet to help you develop good closet ideas. Many urban areas have quality furniture makers that will build you a complete set of bedroom furniture including wardrobe closet furniture. Frequently these craftsmen also have websites that will provide examples there craft to choose from. Top of the line wardrobe furniture can beautiful and frequently very pricey.

The bottom line is that using wardrobe closet furniture to furnish your home or business will increase storage capacity and organization.


How to renovate old wooden doors

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To renovate old wooden doors you will need
1. Sandpaper of various grits
2. Sanding machines
• round or orbital
• palm sander
• detail sander for those hard to get places
• belt sander if it is a major job
3. an assortment of scrapers; tungsten scrapers are very good for removing paint.
4. a heat gun for paint removal
5. a plane would also be a helpful tool in this situation
6. try a few different strippers if you have to remove paint
7. mask and gloves
8. A good strong glue – Aliphatic wood glues are excellent!
9. clamps – sash clamps in particular
10. fillers for any holes – (tip: you can make your own filler with saw dust mixed with glue)

There are positives and negatives involved when you renovate old wooden doors. One negative is that they may not seal as well as some modern materials. Another is that there is a regime of maintenance necessary. They can swell in moist temperatures and become difficult to shut. The positives in my opinion outweigh the negatives. To renovate old wooden doors  adds a personal touch especially when you have  fixtures of your choice…brass fittings and embellishments, or special glass will enhance the character and add warmth.
  Five levered locks  are the best for outside as they more secure. 
Knowledge is the key to success if you wish to get it right the first time. If you purchase to renovate old wooden doors , then check for rot before buying. Tap them and check for a change in sound. If there is a variation this could indicate rot. Second hand  are rarely perfect. Holes for handles and hinges may be in wrong places but these can be fixed up!
If your project is to renovate old wooden doors, then you need to know that outside ones are generally heavier and thicker than inside ones.

Protect and renovate old, wooden doors:
Varnishes are great in oil or water-based but they do break down in the sunlight so oils may be a good, alternative option. Ask at a paint shop for their recommendation. Use Danish oil, tung oil or a stain to create the desired look. If you’re painting to renovate old wooden doors, preparation is essential. A primer and two top coats of enamel paint, (oil or water-based), should be used. If you want a professional finish get someone to spray the doors.

If you want to renovate old wooden doors to get the ‘natural look,’ patience is needed. A good paint stripper can save time. Steel wool is terrific for getting into hard-to-scrape places. It varies in roughness. Start with the course and finish with the fine. To remove any old paint from the frame, use a tungsten scraper, a light plane with an electric planer or a heat gun. Also belt sanders will remove a lot of paint in a short time. However, be very careful as they can leave marks. Do your finishing sanding by hand. To enhance your renovated, old, wooden doors, oil for warmth and grain emphasis, can be put on with a brush and wiped down with a cloth afterwards. A fine steel wool can also be used for a smooth finish. Varnishes always require an expensive paint brush as do enamel paints. Don’t save on brushes. You will never regret having a superior quality paint brush. If looked after it will last a long time.
On completion you will be able to say, “I love to renovate old, wooden door