As a new year begins this is the time where people start saying "new year, new me". Instead, why not new furniture? This is the time to make your plan for the year, finally redesign your kitchen, fix your old antique furniture, or fix/refinish/restore all of your aging furniture.
As time goes on furniture starts to break down through usage, accidents, and damage from water, sun, and more. By making your old furniture new again it can breathe life into a space that has become an eyesore.
The process involved in restoring antique furniture could take many different avenues depending on the condition of your furniture. Possible actions could be:
- milling of a new piece
- gluing loose joints
- replacing part of the veneer
- repairing broken parts
- tightening up moldings
For example, take the antique mahogany card table below. It was damaged over the years due to the sun.
Going through a home fire disaster is hard enough without thinking about how you will go about replacing all of your damaged furniture. One way to go about this might be to restore the furniture instead of deciding to buy all new furniture. If you loved the look and feel of your old furniture and do not want to lose that then call us and let us help you through this hard time by making your furniture look just like it had before the disaster.
How is that vanity that your great great grandmother had looking? Or how about that desk that has been in the family for generations? Almost everyone has at least one antique that has been in their family for generations that brings you back to memories of lost relatives. Those memories are precious and irreplaceable making it vital to restore and preserve your antique furniture.