Wehrli FurnitureFurniture Store in Naperville, Illinois
Here is a couch reupholstery project! This piece had to first be stripped of all old fabric and cushion filling before being reupholstered. Check out the details:
"When pieces are varnished, they can wear thin making the piece look in worse condition than they really are. These pieces are the perfect candidate for refinishing because their varnish can be stripped and redone with a higher quality lacquer."
Our team loves working with solid oak! Aside from the amazing aesthetics of a solid oak table, oak is very versatile. It can easily go with a variety of different styles. Similar to this project, if your table no longer matches the room it is in, consider refinishing it instead of buying a new one.
In this project, we took an old antique highboy dresser (cream colored) and refinished it to black. The latex paint had to first be stripped off before applying lacquer. We then replaced all of the handles. The dresser turned out beautiful and will make a statement in any room it is placed in!
The running joke in the shop is that grey is the new black! If your furniture doesn't fit the current décor of your home, no need to buy new furniture. Your furniture can be refinished and look new again!
Here's a throwback to a cool project we worked on a few years ago. We built a custom table to sit on a tree stump in the middle of a deck!! The table top was made out of African Mahogany and a welder had to build a custom skeleton to support the weight. The top can be removed during the winter months as well. Check out the complete story here!
Throwback to when we restored an 1840’s George Hepplewhite table! Hepplewhite was considered one of the “big three” English furniture makers of the 18th century. The table was solid walnut and mahogany with decorative wood inlays on the top, apron, and legs.