Modern Furniture Restoration

Modern Furniture Restoration

Our team are renowned for retro and modern furniture restoration to make it look as good as new. Whether your modern furniture is:

  • Damaged in a move by removals
  • Accidental damage
  • Wear and tear

We can re-polish any damage to finishes or repair any damaged timber.

Modern furniture restoration requires special techniques as modern furniture usually have a harder, more durable finish, as well as non-traditional jointing methods, all of which we have a vast experience of restoring.

One of the main types of modern furniture restoration work we undertake is repairing polished surfaces.  The usual culprit of damage is caused by spilt nail varnish remover or scented oils on tabletops, our modern furniture restorers can repair damages such as these to become invisible.

Modern furniture repairs:

Our modern furniture repairs can be done on site or can be collected from your home and delivered back to you free of charge. We provide this service  to the whole of Wiltshire and Bath.

We repair new furniture for a number of local furniture retailers a few to include:

  • T R Hayes of bath
  • Jane Clayton
  • Herman Miller
  • Oak furniture land

If you call us today we will happily guide you through what Repairs  can be done to your furniture and discuss how you would like the end product to be finished.

We regularly repair a variety of furniture manufacturers to include:

  • Gplan
  • Ducal
  • Ercol
  • Stag
  • Nathan

All of which we can repair/replace damaged polish, missing legs, damaged joints, broken drawers and doors

We provide a free no obligation quote for all modern repairs enquiries.

If your damaged furniture is covered under your insurance policy, we can provide your insurance provider with a free written quote

Further info – What we call modern furniture:

We call furniture from the 1940s to the present day modern furniture, due to the change in furniture construction techniques and finishes/polishes used from what would be deemed traditional cabinet making. Hence modern furniture restoration needs a unique set of skills and knowledge of these different and sometimes unusual timber joints, fixings and finishes.