Reupholstering antique or heirloom pieces has always been very popular and is a great way to keep something you love looking wonderful. I work with local craftspeople to make sure your antiques get specialized attention to retain both their beauty and value.

But the growing trend today is to recover even “regular” or simply out-of-date pieces as well, rather than relegating them to the basement or tossing them in the landfill. A good environmental option, it’s also less expensive than buying new – and you’ll never see what you have anywhere else!

Your recovered furniture will always be one-of-a-kind.

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