Silver furniture have been charmers since a long time for the mankind. Wooden household articles are adorned with silver handles and decorative patterns to bring about a royal and graceful touch to the living room. Not just the furniture, but also a number of other silver handicraft decorative items have always been prized possessions of the kingly empires.
With the passage of time, the traditions in interior design have changed and living room furniture trends have also changed. But still, despite all the changes in trends and tastes, certain metals like silver have retained their glory and charm beyond years.
A French door, also known as French windows, or as true divided lite (TDL) French doors, is a door made up of panes or panels of glass, called lites, fitted into frames made out of wood, metal or fiberglass. A French door is stylish and elegant and is a great addition to any home decor as they add style and beauty to the home. French doors can also work as home room dividers and partition.
Most French doors come in pairs that create a large entryway when opened together. Most people think that French doors are automatically double-door or two doors pre-hung on one doorjamb. This, however is wring thinking. French doors can also be pre-hung as a single-door or double-door unit. They can also be customized to work as a bi-fold door, bypass door, or pocket door.
Futons have been a fixture of college students’ dorm rooms and other urban living settings for decades. Futons are stylish, functional, and versatile; they can be integrated into nearly any setting. Futon beds are lightweight and simple, providing sleepers with a comfortable place to rest.
What most people don’t know is that futon beds originated in Japan. Futon is Japanese for 'bedroll' and traditional futons are thin, space saving mattresses that can be rolled out directly on to the floor for sleeping and then rolled up for storing during the day. Japanese people saw no need to have an elaborate bed with a frame and box spring and headboard. All that these early futons involved was the thin mattress, small pillows, and a blanket. To clean the mattress Japanese used 'futon Tatami', a special beater, made of bamboo. In the morning, the futon bed could be rolled up and put in a closet. Or, during the day, they can be used as an elegant sofa fixtures. At night, futons maybe used as bed.Over time, the concept of sleeping on futon beds spread to America.