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A technique that produces a beautiful timeworn look on wood furniture, distressing is done by creating wear and tear markings such as dents and bruises on the surface.
A finished wood product may undergo a variety of hand-created distressing processes. These techniques remove the stain or paint in certain areas creating a worn effect. Minor imperfections in the wood are applied by hand to add character to the piece.
Enhancing the grain pattern of underlying coats, this method uses sandpaper or wool to gently rub away some of the topcoat on edges, carvings and other areas.
At Havertys, we understand that it's what you can't see when looking at an upholstered piece of furniture that really determines its value. Zigzag-shaped sinuous (or no-sag) springs offer comfort and support derived from the springs' resiliency. They are also commonly used in seat construction, or to provide back support in upholstered furniture. Attached to the frame with steel clips or tacks, sinuous springs are then connected by helical springs.
A blend of two or more types of fabric take on the characteristics of each fiber creating unlimited combinations of durability, softness, and striking patterns. For example, combining natural and man-made fibers will result in a fabric that is longer wearing than one comprised of just natural fibers.
The beautiful form, superior durability and softness of the seat cushion is created by a combination of 1.8-density foam core cushions wrapped in a layer of 2 ounce poly-fiber.
Spot clean with water-free dry cleaning solvent. Do not saturate. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Do not use water or bleach. Cushion covers should not be removed for cleaning.
Many of the pillows and cushions in Havertys' upholstery collections are feather-filled or contain down-blend. Down refers to the undercoating of waterfowl and consists of light fluffy filaments. It is common for feathers to poke out or migrate to one side because of how the feathers lie and move around. It is important to follow proper care techniques. Make sure to rotate the pillow or cushion frequently, fluff often and use a vacuum to remove any excess feathers.