Before & After Example #1 Years of exposure and hard use left this table looking worn out.It currently serves as an accent piece in the waiting room of a Durham-area law office. Example #2 The back of this old Hitchcock-style chair was broken in an accident.It’s ready now for many more years of useful service. Example #3 A house fire almost got the best of this 1930’s dining room server.It can proudly be used for storage and serving meals for another 70+ years. Example #4 An aunt was downsizing. Only one of the heirs wanted this table.The new owner says she thinks the aunt wants the table back.. Example #5 Water damage rendered this leather-top desk virtually useless.Here it is restored and ready for executive-level service. Example #6 Who cut off the table’s feet? Obviously, it made sense at the time.Getting the table back to its proper height was essential in the restorative process. Example #7 Sometimes solid wooden table tops become unglued along joint lines.Making broken and worn out furniture useful and beautiful again is our specialty.