This dresser and mirror set is almost 100 years old. It’s a hand-me-down from generations. The wood grain was buried under the dark stain. This set badly needed to be refinished. The wood grain can now be seen.
Refinishing of this buffet. It had water damages to the top and needed some repair work to the structure and doors. Felts were replaced on the 2 top drawers.
A rocking chair needing to be repaired, recaned and refinished. The old cane was removed and then the frame was repaired. The new cane was installed and then the chair went through a complete refinishing.
Rachel wanted to change the finish of this chair, but keep the existing fabric. She wanted an “Antique White with a Glaze”.
Oh these doors! They were so badly water damaged, that they look impossible to resurrect. Experience proved otherwise.
Don is a furniture maker. He built this maple coffee table and wanted a durable “Post Catalyzed Lacquered Finish” over a medium dark walnut stain.
John’s chair desperately needed refinishing and reupholstering. The chair was repaired and refinished with a warm medium brown walnut stain and top coated with a satin lacquer. The soft pink fabric complimented the stain perfectly.
Refinishing of a cedar chest.