From a beloved family piece or a little something you found at an auction or second-hand shop, not always is a piece of furniture looking or working at its best. Most times it is because of natural wear and tear of everyday use, sometimes due to accidents around the house or in worst cases damaged from thieves looking into locked areas. Just because it may not look much doesn’t mean that you have to take it to the skip. Having a piece of furniture restored not only saves it for future generations with all of its history and memories but using materials that I have collected from pieces of furniture over the years to help match with colours, graining and textures of the various woods, you are helping to save the limited supply of wood and not contributing to the increased demand on new resources of timber from around the world.
Visit this page and select restoration to view some of my restoration projects.