Amazing White Wooden Drawers For Living Room Furniture

When you designing your home rooms think to provide practical storage furniture such as cupboards and chests. Whether your room have a classical or modern by combining it make your life a lot easier. A white drawers with chest should seamlessly blend with appeal to your space.

White drawers with white wooden chest is not only great for your bedroom but also to other house room. It can be placed on living room, kitchen, bathroom, family room and also hallways. White color chests also feature a classic design that show cleanliness, freshness, and elegance. It also give elegance and contemporary personality to your room.

It can be used to store your cloth like shirts, underwear, sweater and socks. You can also put basket or stuff and artwork like pictures or ornaments on it. It instantly make your typical bedroom into a cozy, modern also elegant room.

Wooden drawers, over time can develop niggling little faults which we invariably put up with, inconvenient and annoying as they can be – when actually – the majority of these problems are relatively easy to fix. Drawers where the base has split and sticking drawers are probably the most common problems experienced. With just a little knowledge these can be rectified without having to start phoning around for a joiner as the first or our only option.

Overloading drawers can often be the root cause of sticking drawers. The first step is to completely empty the drawer and remove for inspection. Check for loose or protruding pins or nails either on the drawer or in and around the drawer frame. Where evident; hammer back flush and refit drawer. It could be that simple.

Tip. Before getting the toolkit out for sticking drawers; first try rubbing the runners and drawer grooves with candle wax. This might just do the job without any further effort.

Drawer runners could also be the culprit. Check how smoothly the draw slides along the wooden runners. If they have worked loose it can be the cause of sticking; again, usually due to overloading. If so, then just apply fresh adhesive to the runner and pin back into place.

Worn runners are another common cause of drawer problems. The uppermost sides can become worn with use and time. Check that the underside of the runner is still good – it might be possible to just remove the runner and turn it over. If so, then carefully prise it off with a wood chisel- apply adhesive- and re-pin into position.

New runners may be required if turning the old runners round does not solve the problem of sticking. Where this is the case cut a couple of pieces of wood to the same dimensions as the original runners, smooth with a medium abrasive paper and drill with the smallest wood drill bit in your toolbox to take the small diameter of the fixing panel pins or nails. Apply a thin coat of wood adhesive to the back of the new runner- press into position- and affix with pins.