Category: wardrobe woodwork

Blesiya 3″ X1.3″ Antique Bronze Flush Hinge With Finial For Drawer Cabinet Wardrobe Door

Antique bronze flush hinge is used for medium duty applications. This flush hinge is suitable for inset door and small cupboard door or small basic woodwork projects.

Description:

– Suitable for small cupboard door or small basic woodwork projects
– For inset doors
– Overall Length: Approx. 3 inch
– Width: Approx. 1.3 inch in open position, 0.9 inch when closed
– Material: Iron
– Color: Antique bronze

Package Includes:

1x Flush Hinge

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Product Features

  • Antique bronze flush hinge is used for medium duty applications. This flush hinge is suitable for inset door and small cupboard door or small basic woodwork projects.
  • Suitable for small cupboard door or small basic woodwork projects
  • For inset doors
  • Overall Length: Approx. 3 inch
  • Width: Approx. 1.3 inch in open position, 0.9 inch when closed

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The Broke-Ass Bride’s Wedding Guide: Hundreds of Tips and Tricks for Hitting Your Budget

For budget brides, including fans of TheBrokeAssBride.com, this is a definitive guide to saving money and making every dollar count during wedding planning, from the engagement party to the big day, without sacrificing style or personality.

Brides-to-be, do you dream of rocking a wedding full of personality, pizzazz, and style, without compromising your dreams or kissing your budget goodbye? Well, bust out your happy dance because today is your lucky day…you’re holding the key in your newly-betrothed hands!
 
In the pages of this witty guide, Dana LaRue, creator of thebrokeassbride.com, shares hundreds of tips and anecdotes for getting the most bang for your buck, celebrating your personality as a couple, and making wedding planning fun. She includes:
 
·         The top 14 money-saving rules for choosing your location, dress, menu, and music—and most important of all, enjoying the day
·         Engagement party and rehearsal dinner ideas that won’t break the bank
·         4 tips for finding your dream theme
·         Sample budget breakdowns ($1,000; $5,000; $10,000; $15,000; and beyond) showing where couples saved and splurged
·         Her very own road-tested advice for becoming a negotiation ninja
·         7 ways to keep your booze budget under control
·         DIY décor projects and recipes you can make without risking a bridezilla meltdown
·         Online planning shortcuts, tools to find savings, and helpful websites for organization and style inspiration

Product Features

  • The Broke Ass Bride s Wedding Guide

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The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide

George Hepplewhite (d. 1786) was the most famous of Chippendale’s successors among England’s master cabinetmaker-designers. So synonymous with excellence in design and craftsmanship was his name that it has been given to one of the most influential styles of English furniture.
In 1788 Hepplewhite’s widow, Alice, issued a catalog of his designs, a magnificent folio of engraved plates representing the prevailing furniture styles, particularly the characteristic “taper-leg Hepplewhite” and the various chair and chair-back styles most often associated with the Hepplewhite school. The Cabinet-Maker and Upholsterer’s Guide, second only to Chippendale’s Director in importance and thoroughness, was enormously influential, spreading quickly throughout the Continent and the colonies and guiding the style and construction of furniture everywhere. A second edition was issued the following year, and an extensively revised third edition in 1794. Today this classic collection is a very rare and highly valued work.
This present volume is an unaltered and unabridged republication of the enlarged third edition of The Guide. The articles of furniture depicted are extremely varied: chairs, stools, sofas, sideboards, beds, pedestals, cellarets, desks, bookcases, tables, chests of drawers, dressing glasses, wardrobes, brackets, fire-screens, and many other items. The plates contain elegant drawings which reveal the practical and unpretentious craftsmanship that sets the Hepplewhite style apart, along with many special enlargements of accessories such as chair backs, table-tops, bed-pillars, cornices, trims for busts and moldings, and other details.

Product Features

  • The Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer s Guide

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