Friday, 16 November 2012

Cute furniture for your sweet baby with affordable prices..

Villa Interior

Kid’s furniture has something unique that, it will always attract everybody’s attention. There is a wide range of furniture for kids that you love to buy. For kids the colors of the furniture will always be bright like pink, red, yellow, green etc because those colors makes it look very attractive for the kids. And we are here to help you. Although there are many ways to build good furniture, some requiring skills and equipment well beyond the reach of the average home workshop hobbyist, advanced techniques are not absolute musts in the construction of sturdy and attractive furniture.

Here are some of the basic considerations in home projects, and some special tips to make your job easy and inexpensive.

Why we use Plywood?
To make a piece of furniture it takes much solid hardwood. So to make a entire furniture it will become expensive. And by using plywood not only you reduce cost but also it makes your furniture lighter to carry. However, you can get much the same effect without sacrificing strength by using plywood or lumber core having an outside veneer of the wood you want your piece to be.

You are using plywood for your furniture for that you may doubt about its strength, but no need to worry. The Plywood we use is a laminated product consisting of 5 or more ply of thin wood bonded together with glue and pressure to form a panel of uniform thickness and considerable strength. The strength is due to the ply being laid with the grain patterns alternately set at right angles to each other. The top ply is a veneer of select wood and this is the surface that will show in the finished piece of furniture.

Lumber core differs from plywood in that it has a thick center core of butt-joined strips of solid wood sandwiched between four thin ply of veneer, two on each side.

The top ply  consist of the finish veneers which can be of any type of fine furniture wood while the ply directly underneath are laid with their grains running at right angles to the core and top ply. Lumber core is much lighter than plywood and is highly resistant to warping. The glass-hard glue that bonds plywood and lumber core tends to dull tools and since less glue is used in bonding lumber core, that material will be found to be easier on tools than plywood. For the same reason, it is easier to work with and is less inclined to splinter.

So are you planning for Interior House Design..?  We are Villa Interior Design, we gives you high quality furniture to your home that may change your home’s look. You can buy the furniture which suits your home better. Or else just give an order to us we make it for you as well as for your kids.

If you want more details Please visit us at:
Vijay Kumar
+91 984 502 8773

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