Large wooden treasure chest and fireplaces evoke images of mystery and adventure. A treasure chest remains essentially a storage box and a fireplace has the tools and materials needed to keep on hand. But beyond the tools and supplies lighting, warm cozy blankets and pillows, fireplaces also have several electronic paraphernalia and storage of books. This treasure chest fireplace can become a part of the inheritance, if done well, and age well. Recycle an old leather belt and create big impact on a relatively small area, combining the atmosphere of adventure and convenient storage with this fireplace treasure chest.
Large wooden treasure chest, relief for an antique look or high-gloss varnish for a sophisticated charm of old nautical world, depending on the style of room decor. Distressing wood sanding means certain places as the latch and hinge areas, legs or base of the chest and the handles. drill, then screw on the cover latch. Apply a coat of protective sealant inside and out on every piece of wood.
Measuring then cut strips of leather, two leather straps or more each in the chest lid and sides of the chest. Open the cover. Measure leather straps to create triangles that keep open the components of the lid and box chest. Dial Leather asparagus. Punch a hole at each mark with a metal dart dart board, pick a metallic ice or leather punch. Glue two or more leather straps each breast on top and sides of the chest. Attach a strap on each corner of the triangle. Apply a final coat of protective sealant in large wooden treasure chest.