or the place it is to occupy, mentioned in 1. Not always will this be the case, however. A good suggestion is: Employ the material or materials which are best adapted to the use or which will harmonize wTith or correspond to material in other objects with which the one under consideration will be associated. A jardiniere stand or an umbrella rack, for example, may be more appropriately made of metal than of wood. Again, if wood is the material selected the kind must be chosen with care and with reference to its use or the place where the finished object will be used. A close-grained, hard wood may be needed for strength or because it will appear with it» associates to better advantage than an open-grained soft wood,
3, Cpoftmetian is thought of immediately following the selection of material. This is always ,m Important factor in a design. It may be so for Qfif ot Ipo reasons: 1st, scause it il
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