The restoration of furniture is something that undoubtedly satisfies many. Reusing a piece is a privilege. Even the restoration of furniture can make them better than before.
Furniture restoration process display and changes
If we do not want to complicate in large works, there are easy ways to edit the restoration of furniture. With paint or a new upholstery we can refresh the image of many of these furniture. Dressers, Sofas, Chairs and even mirrors can be easily brought back to life. Many of the projects presented by us require little time. With spray paint and a brush for details we can venture into a simple restoration.
Restoration of the furniture table maintaining a elegant vintage image
For larger changes, it is best to engage a restorer or upholsterer. Best of all, we will have a unique piece in our home. There are also lower costs compared to buying a new one. Essentially, the restoration of furniture is a unique opportunity to create something very personal. The entire restoration process must go through several steps to achieve a perfect finish.
Nightstand with new contemporary air in two tones that looks fresh
Remember that it is best when it comes to valuable furniture. This preserves the integrity and value of the piece in question. To begin the restoration of furniture, you must repair any damage that may occur. We have to look carefully and look for each of these imperfections. Then we have to focus on repairing and improving the overall finish of the wood.
The way the furniture is painted can have an interesting effect on the texture
Loose joints and unstable shapes throughout furniture must be repaired throughout the piece. In the case of professionals, the restoration has different goals. It is usually about monument preservation. So if it ends up with joints and other elements outside of it, its value decreases significantly. If we want to include some abandoned furniture and give it a second life, we have to judge their condition well.
A piece of furniture that will undoubtedly lead a second life after its restoration
When severe structural damage occurs, more complex repairs must be made. In this case, the best option is someone with more knowledge and experience. In terms of damage, furniture restoration has a large list. Started with the traces of wear in the Fabric and the backs of seats or chairs. Other more serious ones may be breaks in the tissues.
Another way to emphasize the vintage details with the textures of wood and colors
As well as some holes that indicate the absence of some panels. For woven parts, it usually gets more complex. This is the case of willow and many other natural fibers that require a lot of skill. Even more, if you want to make an authentic picture of the entire furniture. It has been proven that a seat with not very complex web elements takes several hours.
An armchair with a much more fun and colorful appearance after a change of its image
This is the case with an experienced weaver in the case of furniture restoration of this type. For wooden furniture, the first step is to eliminate scratches, cuts or water marks. All this usually happens with a smooth grinding process. In cases where the wood needs to be painted, sanding will be of great help.
Add some tonalities in keeping with the room and the decoration of the rooms
If the furniture to be restored already has a coat of paint, it must be removed carefully. When trying to remove the paint, it often comes to damage the wood. All old layers of previous executions must be removed. By keeping the wood completely clean, we can better judge the damage. Even sanding can be done thoroughly by removing cracks and scratches more accurately.
A change of padding may in some cases be the best of the restorations
In the event that there is a restoration of smaller complexities. About cough when it comes to models that are almost intact and resistant. A Sanding evenly and carefully, dedusting, cleaning and coloring are the basic steps. The thin layers of paint and other surfaces can be applied to the furniture. It generally depends on what was previously used in the manufacture of the furniture.
Sideboard with a perfect picture for contemporary designs and spaces
Perfect sample before restoration to decorate a kitchen or vintage dining room
Piece, once it has been restored with great changes in handles and color
The restoration can change the overall character of the furniture with simple details
Refurbished dresser in a perfect shade of light for this transit area
Adding different tones when redesigning the image of all restored furniture
Beautiful vintage room that emulates light tones with great elegance and naturalness
Change case, which also includes new shooter and in different tonality
Furniture before restoration with areas of deformed and damaged wood
General white surface to match the walls and various accessories in the house
Choice of black handles that emphasize the contrast of all white furniture
The perfect chair for any patio or courtyard with traditional and fresh air
Restored furniture with paint and worn finish for a realistic vintage effect
Radical change in the finish and overall wood structure and metal details