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12 Home Furnishings for the Perfect Rustic Bedroom

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

12 Home Furnishings for the Perfect Rustic Bedroom

We love the rustic style at Eat Sleep Love, we feel it really compliments our furniture.  Many bedrooms may not be able to encompass the essence of a ski cabin or mountain hut, but you can select a couple of furnishings that together will create a rustic bedroom perfect for you.  There are many variations of rustic from the traditional cowboy western style to the chic modern chalet style. I have found 12 home furnishings for you to create your own version of rustic. 1. Rattan Tub Chair Rattan is frequently used in rustic interior design, I have chosen this...

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10 Beautiful Rustic Bedrooms for a Cosy Night In

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

10 Beautiful Rustic Bedrooms for a Cosy Night In

We have seen such crazy weather lately.  As I am writing this article the windows are being bashed by wind, rain and hale stones.  It is nights like this that we grab our snuggle blankets, light a few candles and sit in front of our fire for a long deserved cosy night in.   I love going to my parents house as they have a log burner.  The sound of the wood crackling in the background and the flame performing it's dance is hypnotising. Our wonderful collection of reclaimed wood beds are perfect for the rustic bedroom look. [caption id="attachment_1530" align="alignnone"...

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Wooden Furniture Aftercare

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

Wooden Furniture Aftercare

To keep your reclaimed wood furniture looking beautiful there are a few simple requirements: Regular waxing will improve the protection and overall appearance. You can wax it as much as you like but about every 2-3 months for tables and approximately every 6 months for all other items is adequate. On a clean dust free surface and using a lint free cloth apply the wax generously, firstly in a circular motion then finish off following the grain, removing any excess wax. Leave to dry for approx 10 minutes then buff with a dry lint free cloth or soft grooming brush...

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