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Restore

Whether it’s a piece of heirloom furniture or a find off  craigslist, some pieces just need a little help to get back on their feet.

This antique dresser had a bit of water damage, and the entire top veneer had peeled off.  To repair the damage I stripped and sanded the entire piece, found a new piece of veneer to match the heavily flecked antique piece and sealed it with several coats of finish.

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This little ottoman was in pretty rough shape when I got it from the client, but it was solid wood so salvaging the piece wasn’t a problem.  I sanded the entire thing down, puttied the gaps, stained and finished it.

The client later had someone else upholster the top for her.