Furniture Restoration : 613-880-0951
Cabinet Workshop provides a wide range of services.
First, let me ask you a question. Is your furniture looking slightly tired or well used? Well, here at CabinetWorkshop.ca we specialize in furniture restoration and we can assist you in restoring, repairing and/or giving your precious piece of furniture a new look. Whether a piece of furniture requires a small repair, or complete disassembly and\or repair, restoration, we do it by hand with great attention to details. Our furniture restoration professionals have great experience.
When you opt for furniture restoration, you are not only preserving beautiful timber and unique craftsmanship, but also preserving the history mirrored in that unique piece of furniture.
No need to replace it if you can restore it!
In addition to these services if required he can recommend specialists for antique furniture upholstery.
- Antique Furniture Conservation
- Marquetry repairs
- Furniture Reconstruction
- French polishing
- Antique furniture reproduction
- Modern furniture repairs
- Furniture Restoration
CabinetWorkshop.ca hiring only experienced people with great attitude and professionalism. Just in case you’re interested what should one expect from the professional furniture restorer and what exactly they do keep reading.
Furniture restorers (a.k.a. furniture conservators) focus their efforts on conserving pieces of furniture, making vital repairs and generally returning them to their former glory. These guys breathe life back into ancient armchairs, save tables from the brink of collapse and give antique cabinets the kiss of life.
Furniture conservation is all about retaining the original structure, materials and functionality of the piece of furniture, while restoration involves repairing and replacing existing components with materials or parts which were not available at the time of its original manufacture.
The work involves handling both old and new furniture, but most furniture restorers specialise in a particular period, style or material.
Furniture restorers and conservators are employed by museums, galleries, heritage conservation trusts, antique dealers, mass-market furniture manufacturers and retail chains.
Freelance work is also common, with many furniture restorers working for private clients on a commission basis.
If you enter this profession, your responsibilities will involve discussing conservation or restoration requirements with your clients, assessing the optimal restoration techniques and methodologies to employ and then gathering the necessary materials and tools required to complete the process.
Whilst you’re completing the necessary repairs and precautionary procedures, you’ll be recording detailed images of the furniture before, during and after it has been restored. This will allow you to track the progress of the restoration project and keep your client updated.
Furthermore, you’ll be providing instructions and guidance to your clients on the continual care that is required to keep the restored piece of furniture in tip-top condition.
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