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More people are interested in buying locally made products than ever before. You can capitalize on many consumers’ return to local shopping by emphasizing that all components of your furniture are made in the United States, or in your town or area. The same applies to handmade goods. Individuals who are tired of mass-produced goods are often the same people who are interested in buying locally. Given this climate, it is a good time to start a handmade furniture business.

Moody apartment renovation is all about natural materials

The renovation combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials.

The Taiwanese apartment was designed by KC Design Studio

This surprising apartment renovation in Xiandian District, in New Taipei City, Taiwan, combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials, creating a home that feels both vintage and new.

Designed by Taipei-based interior design firm KC Design Studio for a couple and their small child, the 125-square-meter, or 1,345 square feet, home is characterized by two parallel sections rendered in a dark and natural color palette.

In the main living space, vaulted brick panels appear to float from the ceiling while steel beams that have been fireproofed add texture to the space. Here, an open kitchen features dark cabinetry that can be concealed with sliding wood-paneled doors and an island clad in bronze door fronts and topped with a sleek counter. Walls are gray plaster, and the floors polished concrete.

The transition into the private quarters is marked by parquet flooring that also clads portions of the ceiling. In other parts, in both the master bedroom and kid’s room, traditional wood paneling in white creates contrasting zones delineating the beds, for example, or the dressing...


The renovation combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials.

The Taiwanese apartment was designed by KC Design Studio

This surprising apartment renovation in Xiandian District, in New Taipei City, Taiwan, combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials, creating a home that feels both vintage and new.

Designed by Taipei-based interior design firm KC Design Studio for a couple and their small child, the 125-square-meter, or 1,345 square feet, home is characterized by two parallel sections rendered in a dark and natural color palette.

In the main living space, vaulted brick panels appear to float from the ceiling while steel beams that have been fireproofed add texture to the space. Here, an open kitchen features dark cabinetry that can be concealed with sliding wood-paneled doors and an island clad in bronze door fronts and topped with a sleek counter. Walls are gray plaster, and the floors polished concrete.

The transition into the private quarters is marked by parquet flooring that also clads portions of the ceiling. In other parts, in both the master bedroom and kid’s room, traditional wood paneling in white creates contrasting zones delineating the beds, for example, or the dressing room, from the rest of the dark program. Have a look.

Via: Yatzer

The renovation combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials.

The Taiwanese apartment was designed by KC Design Studio

This surprising apartment renovation in Xiandian District, in New Taipei City, Taiwan, combines the sleek aesthetic of modern design with the rough-hewn quality of natural materials, creating a home that feels both vintage and new.

Designed by Taipei-based interior design firm KC Design Studio for a couple and their small child, the 125-square-meter, or 1,345 square feet, home is characterized by two parallel sections rendered in a dark and natural color palette.

In the main living space, vaulted brick panels appear to float from the ceiling while steel beams that have been fireproofed add texture to the space. Here, an open kitchen features dark cabinetry that can be concealed with sliding wood-paneled doors and an island clad in bronze door fronts and topped with a sleek counter. Walls are gray plaster, and the floors polished concrete.

The transition into the private quarters is marked by parquet flooring that also clads portions of the ceiling. In other parts, in both the master bedroom and kid’s room, traditional wood paneling in white creates contrasting zones delineating the beds, for example, or the dressing room, from the rest of the dark program. Have a look.

Via: Yatzer


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Give your business a name. Name your business something that indicates what you sell. This will come in handy later on, when you are marketing your business and want people to associate your business name with handmade furniture.
File a DBA, which stands for “doing business as,” at your local county clerk’s office. You may want to do a search to ensure that no other business in your town is operating under the same name. If you live in a large metropolitan area, a search is a necessity.
Create a line of furniture. You’ll need to have models of each piece of furniture that you intend to sell, so that customers can easily visualize what you have to offer. Add to your furniture line each year so that your stock stays fresh and on-trend.