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Shipping furniture to Hawaii

Posted on 05/10/2013
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Category: Furniture in Hawaii

If you are moving to Hawaii, then shipping your furniture and other belongings may one of the first steps of your move. Is it smarter to ship furniture to Hawaii or is it better to sell and re-buy on the island? Is it smart to ship furniture to Hawaii You will need to take into consideration a few things. 1. How many cubic feet of furniture are

Why import furniture into Hawaii

Posted on 05/04/2013
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Category: About, Custom furniture, Furniture in Hawaii

Based on Oahu, Hawaii, we make top-notch furniture that will last for generations. Custom furniture for those who want the best of the best. Furniture on Oahu, Hawaii If you are new to Hawaii, you may have noticed that the range of furniture you can get here is very limited unless you import. Why not minimize the hassle as well

Here is a photograph of one of our recent custom-made desks. It is made of oak and stained in dark brown. Key features include; side-sliding keyboard tray for adjustable tray positioning, and a rolling drawer unit (with invisible rollers).

Custom made furniture - oak desk and drawer units

Custom desk and drawer units

At Satoshi Yamauchi, custom wood furniture-making starts from consultation

Wood furniture finishes – pros and cons

Posted on 10/02/2012
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Category: Finish types, Wooden table care

Thank you for visiting Satoshi Yamauchi’s website today. In this volume of post, we will explain the pros and cons of three types of wood finishes – oil, soap and lacquer. Caring tips are also included for your consideration for when purchashing wooden furniture. Oil

Oil finish

Wood furniture – oil finish

Tips on taking care of solid wood tables

Posted on 09/29/2012
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Category: Wooden table care

Taking care of solid wood tablesA bit of effort is required in taking care of solid wood tables. They don’t behave like plastic! Trees are living creatures – it is only natural that solid wood tables respond to changes in temperature and humidity by swelling and shrinking. Whilst taking care of your wooden table may take extra attention, if you take good