What We Do
If you’ve always loved the look of expensive antique furniture but couldn’t afford it, we may be able to help. In some cases, it’s possible to alter less expensive pieces during the restoration process to create a more antique look. Let’s talk about whether that’s a possibility in your case.
Do you want your wood furniture repaired so it’s functional again? We can do that. Do you want a prized antique restored to pristine condition? We can do that. Do you want a damaged piece restored and revitalized? We can do that, too.
Custom Upholstery & Repair
Re-upholstery, frame repair, and re-finishing will enable you to restore sofas, chairs, ottomans, chaises, and slip seats. Your furniture restorer will be able to bring new life to your fabric furniture, which may be more cost-effective than purchasing new furniture.
Refinishing & Refurbishing
Refinishing involves removing a finish and replacing the finish with a new finish. This is easily done on new, non-antique furniture with no negative impact to the piece’s value. When working with antiques, this process may damage the value of the piece. Your furniture restorer will be able to help guide you through the appropriate process for your piece. Veneer repair is another type of furniture restoration. Veneer, a thin decorative wood that is glued onto a base wood, can be damaged with scratches, lifting edges, water marks or missing sections. Using fillers and stains, veneer can be restored close to its original condition.