Over time, the finish on furniture begins to dull, scratches accumulate, the old glue disintegrates. Through repairing and
refinishing your furniture, we can restore the beauty of your heirlooms and bring them back to life again.
600 S Bell Blvd. Suite 209, Cedar Park
This vanity had seen better days. We had to take it apart and re-glue it as most of the joints
were compromised after being water damaged. We sanded it to bare wood, then brought it
back to its original color and applied a satin finish. It was worth the time spent, for the end
result was amazing.
These chests had a lot of damage
to the veneer and missing parts.
We made new legs and repaired
These cabinets were in bad
shape when we received
them. We repaired the wood
and replaced all the hardware
with new matching pulls,
hinges and knobs. Who
knew. Aren't they beauties?
This victrola was painted
white and the legs had been
cut off. We made new legs
similar to what the original
ones should have looked like.
When done we danced to the
This old dining room set was stored in a barn for a long
time. The table was broken in pieces and some pieces
were missing. Same with the chairs. Worth restoring ?
Well, the set is made of solid walnut and it will be hard
to find something similar today. We think a set like this
is worth restoring even if you don't include the
beauty of quarter sawn oak was revealed. We cleaned the wood, then lightly stained the oak. Finally we applied a satin finish. The
piano came out lovely...It plays nicely too.
We put Quality in
every step of the
satisfaction is not
our goal it is the