Protecting Furniture from Winter

October 7th, 2016

From Winter? It’s not like you keep your furniture out in the snow and cold! However, with the colder weather, we start to turn up the heat! Many heating systems including the forced air or radiant heat can take a toll on wood furniture. The heat source supplied, if not moderated by a humidifier can …Read more…

Now Available! Bald’s Original Furniture Balm

July 21st, 2016

We are pleased to announce that we are now a proud distributor for Bald’s Original Furniture Balm and Bald’s Original Leather Balm!   Bald’s Original Furniture Balm has been created by Mark Bond who has worked with restoring furniture for over 30 years. A specially developed formula using natural products, it has been used for …Read more…

Furniture Care Tips

January 18th, 2015

Furniture is one of those significant investments that people make to make their house a home. The total cost of furniture in a home can reach the tens of thousands of dollars! With some proper care and attention, you can ensure your furniture is looking its best for years.   Environment   Humidity – Most …Read more…

Will refinishing devalue my antique furniture?

July 24th, 2014

Recently I was asked a question by a potential client.   “How will the value of my antique furniture be affected if it’s refinished?”   It’s not the first time the question has been asked, but I stumbled across an article written by Wayne Jordan, a prominent expert on antiques who addresses what he calls “The …Read more…

Applying lacquer

Why Have a Professional Paint Your Furniture?

December 18th, 2013

Quite often, I have been asked, “Why should I have a professional paint my furniture when I can do it myself?”   While almost anyone can learn with enough practice to apply a finish that looks professional, there are 2 main factors that explain why you should use a pro to apply a lacquer based …Read more…