Japanese Entryway Chest Style

May 22nd

Japanese entryway chest is available in many shapes and styles for different purposes. Major entryway traditionally operations logs, accounting books, clothes and tea services, while smaller entryway housed small tools and sewing supplies. Each type of entryway was specially designed for its purpose. Although true entryway is usually quite expensive, you can replicate the look of them at home. All Japanese entryway chests have similar motifs and decorations that you can copy to liven up a jewelry box or craft leave the chest.

Vintage Entryway Chest
Vintage Entryway Chest

Remove all the drawers of the chest small wooden and unscrew handle all of them with a screwdriver. You can get small, unfinished coffins from craft stores and some custom furniture stores. Paint fronts and all the surfaces of the breast with maple or poplar stain. Let the stain dry overnight. Entryway chest traditionally has a natural wood finish. Brighter spots bring out the grain instead of hiding it.

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Paint a layer of clear coat over his chest and drawer front to protect the stain and wood. Japanese entryway chest is usually shiny. Choosing wood apply on the chest instead of the traditional wrought iron decorations. Pick round medallions box centers, long thin pieces of spaces between boxes, L pieces frame box corners and small quarter circle to sit in the corners of the boxes themselves. Apply patterns should have stylized flowers and geometric patterns, reflecting a clean, Japanese aesthetics.