This Stickley table came to me in pieces and is now a fully functioning side table.
New bottom and drawer glide added/repaired.
Corners were glued back together.
Lid was detached and chest had a chunk of wood out of the corner. Good as new now.
These chairs were tightened up and are ready for many more generations.
Client wanted to turn her basket into an end table by adding a walnut top. Boards were glued together, then cut to create this interesting piece.
Pedestal had broken legs and broken veneer when it was dropped off. A few days later, it's now ready to be reattached to it's table.
Customer wanted door replicated. He will take care of painting it.
This 125 year old rocker had a broken and chewed arm. Arm was replicated, stained and replaced.
Chewed up trim on this door panel was replaced in order to restore this beautiful antique.
Original lid had peeling veneer and had warped badly.
Client brought all broken pieces to me and we were able to save her chair.
Chair leg was unrepairable, so a new leg was made to match the other three.
A new seat and back was created for this antique bench.
Ball casters were removed and replaced with walnut-stained wooden legs.
Broken stool top was replicated. Original was stained to look like mahogany. Replica was made from mahogany.
Stress caused wood to split. Headboard was clamped and glued together.
Nightstand with water damaged top. The foam top (with a picture of wood covering the foam) exploded, so a new top had to be made from actual wood.