Antiques Restoration0417 976 831
Swan Valley, WA, 6056
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Ph: 0417 976 831
Swan Valley, WA, 6056
Restoring Wooden Furniture
- Cabinet making – including reconstruction of damaged sections
- Veneer repairs – blisters, splits and shrinkage
- Removing ring marks from surfaces
- Repairing carved mouldings
- Re-Canning (pre woven only)
- Upholstery frame repairs
- French Polish
- Antique and modern lacquer finishes
- Oiled finishes
- Wax finishes
- Gilt finishes
- Paint Finishes
Other Services Offered
- Iron & brass bed re-sizing
- Reproductions to match the items you already have
Antiques Restoration Centre is one of Perth’s longest established furniture restoration businesses, and we pride ourselves in having built up an extensive following of satisfied clients. With over 50 years experience in furniture restoration we are proud to offer workmanship of an exceptionally high standard. We offer comprehensive restoration services and extensive client consultation during the restoration process.
At Antiques Restoration Centre we specialise in the renovation of antiques, however we work with clients on furniture that holds sentimental value from any era – preserving cherished furniture as heirlooms for generations to come.Many Antiques Restoration Centre clients have inherited family heirlooms and would like to preserve them for future generations. We are happy to offer a free consultation on appropriate restoration for your pieces.
Any Antique, Any Era
Whether it’s restoring a loved piece to its former glory, or updating a piece for a modern context we work closely with our clients to develop a plan and quote for restoration. For some clients this will mean planning period renovation or conservation, preserving the historical integrity of the original. For other clients this will mean designing a finish or colour scheme to update a piece for a contemporary context.
Unlike contemporary furniture, much of the antique and retro furniture available in Western Australia was built to last. We firmly believe that furniture that has been used for generations without structural problems is worth refurbishing to achieve a new lease of life.