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Jan Labat
· February 17, 2016
They really did a fantastic job on my dining room table & drop leaf table. Their work is precise & prompt. Their service is very reliable & professional. I am very happy with their work & now I'm goin...g to have them refinish my buffet in the dining room. See More
Nicole Innocenti Jurjovec
· April 4, 2017
Wehrli did an amazing job reupholstering 2 chairs for me and an antique vintage sofa, which requires a lot of detailing. They also just completed 3 window bench cushions! Couldn't be happier!!
Ann Marie Guenther
· February 28, 2017
Wehrli measured a huge table for me and ordered a large piece of glass to cover it (protect from the kiddos). It's great quality, thick and fit perfectly
FOR SALE - 1917 Victor Victrola XI mechanical phonograph. The unit has been refurbished with the original mechanical parts cleaned and restored to original working order. This phonograph has a rich mahogany cabinet with a wonderful patina that add to the history and character. Pass along the information and for more information contact us at 630-357-9663.

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:

One way to tell a seasoned upholstery company from one that isn't is how well they can line up fabric lines on a large piece of furniture, like a couch.

"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."

Are you considering refinishing your solid wooden tables for the new year? Refinishing solid wood table tops require expert craftsmanship as well as specific and high-quality tools to bring its beauty back to the surface.

Here's a project update from the pure slabs of walnut we are turning into an 18-foot live-edge conference table! They will eventually have quartz on both sides and custom legs. See the original slabs for contrast!

Do you need some inspiration for your place? Here is a pretty cool example of creatively using wood!

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Behind the scenes look into our shop of three huge slabs of pure walnut! One will be made into an 18-foot long live-edge table and the other will be in the middle of a live-edge table with quartz on both sides.

Is your piece a candidate for restoration? Before throwing away a piece of furniture, consider having is restored!

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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.

It can be overwhelming to buy new furniture that fits in with the pieces you already own and enjoy. At Wehrli Furniture, we specialize in transforming the dated furniture you’ve already purchased, to match your current tastes. As long as you have a vision, we can turn it into a reality. Recently, ...

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!

Here is a recent window bench we built out of high-pressure laminate while finishing with the upholstery!

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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!

At Wehrli Furniture, we have the expertise to transform your furniture to fit any new style or trend. If a traditional stain doesn’t work with the current décor of your home, you don’t need to go out and buy a new piece of furniture. Obviously, we can always stain your piece of furniture and ma...

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!

Recently, we’ve been given more opportunities to work on custom projects. We pride ourselves on our ability to repair, refinish and paint existing furniture, but nothing is more exciting and challenging then building furniture from scratch. The job was fairly unique because the customer wanted to ...

We love doing custom projects. Check out the drawings for three different options before building this table. Can you tell which one the customer chose?

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Our team won this bid downtown Chicago simply due to the speed at which we were able to complete the project! We used 9 cow hides for this 24-ft. long bench hung with French cleats.

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Our team recently completed this 16-ft-long, 5-ft.-wide, live-edge conference table for Maman Corp. in Elk Grove! The table was custom built with a base to hide all electrical wires!

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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.

Often when we think of art, we conjure up images of famous paintings by Picasso, Michelangelo or Warhol. Most, outside of furniture enthusiasts, have never heard of George Hepplewhite. Hepplewhite is regarded as one of best English furniture makers of the 18th century. None of the furniture he built...