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    Tips for Your DIY Wood Refinishing Project

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    Your wood furniture in your house sustains wear and tear simply from daily use and enjoyment. Scratches, scuffs, water rings, dents, and other damage can appear seemingly out of nowhere, even to the most careful homeowners. When wood furniture is looking worse for the wear and needs to be refinished, you may start to plan [Read the full article…]

    Give Your Antique Furniture A New Life

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    After years of enjoyment, the old overstuffed chairs, ottoman, and sofa start to feel worn or outdated, and it’s tempting to want to replace them all with brand new furniture.  Old furniture becomes riddled with dents, dings, watermarks, and tears.  New fabric designs in trendy patterns and colors can also tempt us to invest in [Read the full article…]

    How Do I Find a Trustworthy Furniture Restoration Service?

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    It’s important to take your furniture to the right upholstery shop to make sure the job is done right.  Before taking your dining room furniture, antique desk, drapes and valances, or other valuable item to be repaired or reupholstered, it’s a good idea to call the upholstery service and find out as much as you [Read the full article…]

    The Dos and Don’ts of Protecting Your Furniture

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    Beautiful wood furniture lasts for decades – or more – when properly protected.  Our dos and don’ts will show you how to clean, protect, and preserve your favorite wood pieces to keep them healthy, looking great, and ready to be enjoyed for decades to come! Do: Dust frequently.  Even if you don’t think you see [Read the full article…]

    Should I Reupholster My Sofa or Buy New?

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    When your upholstered furniture starts to show its age, the time comes to choose whether you’ll discard it and buy new furniture, or have it recovered or reupholstered by a great furniture refinishing company. Our tips can help you decide! Is the furniture an antique or heirloom? Antique furniture is almost always higher in quality [Read the full article…]