Fine Furniture & Textile Restoration
Our specialist restorers are able to address these common issues and specific problems that arise from owning furniture and textiles, including antique furniture, rugs, carpets, wallpaper and curtains.
Structural issues will first be addressed to bring stability to the item. Examples include disassembling unsafe chair legs to replace the joints, and remoulding and carving missing areas of wooden furniture, such as a chip in a table.
For furniture with damaged or torn upholstery, its current condition will be assessed and either mended and reattached, or reupholstered.
Where there is insect damage in wooden materials, such as woodworm or termites, furniture can be effectively decontaminated and safely treated in the studio.
For any furniture that needs to be restored on site, we can attend the property to assess the items, and provide our recommendations through a written conservation report. Once this initial assessment has been made, we will provide the necessary equipment, tools, and resources, to work on these items in situ.