furniture reapir and restoration woodstock NY
 
 

In our workshop, We are proud to display our superior craftmanship as we repair and restore fine antique furniture, collectibles and modern pieces. We use Green enviroment- friendly methods of repair and restoration. Our work is consistent with industry standards, Whiting learned during his Guild training, and also his own research and personal experience.

   

We repair and restore both fine antique furniture and modern pieces. We especially enjoy restoring a client's treasured, heirlooms such as a favorite old family chair that has been without a leg too long. From the simple structural repair of a loose joint to restoring chipped or missing veneer, We can revive the old luster and character of any period piece or the cleaning and waxing of any modern piece.

Whether your goal is repair or extensive restoration for yourself or resale, you will be most satisfied with Whiting Furniture Restoration; as are his other clients including museums, institutions, dealers, celebrities, private collections and private individuals. He can proudly say that he has never had a piece returned.

Whiting endeavors to work with his clients to achieve a satisfactory balance between service and budget.

                 

Steven Whiting began his trade in London, England as an indentured apprentice carpenter and joiner in the City and Guilds. He worked with masters from whom he learned a full range of skills. During the past 35 years, he has methodically developed his craft. He has lived and worked in Sevenoaks, Kent, London and Santa Monica, California. Now his home is Woodstock, New York. Steven feels very much a part of the community.

   
                                   
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  • veneer repairs
  • replacement veneering
  • joint tightening
  • general repairs
  • replacement of missing furniture parts
  • refinishing
  • French polishing
  • waxing
  • replacing beading, banding and stringing
  • color matching,
  • milk paint finishes
  • lathe work
     
                                     
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