Have you started prepping your outdoor furniture for the spring? With such gorgeous weather lately, make sure that your patio furniture is cleaned, organized, and ready for you to enjoy those warm sunsets.  1. Clean off your outdoor furniture. Oftentimes, people keep their outdoor furniture stored in...

The season for cleaning and refreshing is here! Your furniture requires special care in order to stay in good condition long term. Here are tips to help you care for your antiques this spring.  1.) Dust your wood furniture. It's important that your wood furniture is...

Vacuum the dust first.  Using the brush attachment of your vacuum to clean your antique ensures that the dust is effectively swept up so that you aren’t spreading the dust around. Once you’ve vacuumed the dust, you can take a toothbrush and carefully clean the harder...

The beginning of the year is always an exciting time as people buckle down on their resolutions. Many New Year resolutions involve big transformations of someone’s lifestyle, dieting, or looks that lead to dramatic results. We love the dramatic transformations that happen when we receive...

As we head into December, you’re probably reflecting on this past year. While we’ve been reflecting, it’s been fun to look back on the home décor trends that emerged in 2020. We have five of our favorites listed below. 1. Vintage Touches – Furniture from the...

You restored that piece of furniture you love, so it’s beautiful on the outside now. Do you really want to take it home and make it a disorganized mess on the inside? Using drawer organizers to arrange your belongings will help you get the best...

Lots of scary things are starting to appear as we approach Halloween. Something scary for us is how wood furniture can be mistreated. Let us walk you through these five frightening fails you should avoid. Fail #1 – Not using coasters or pads. It may...

We love the variety of old furniture our customers bring us to repair and restore. When you find an old piece that you like, you may be wondering if it is actually considered an antique. The standards vary between general stores and fine antique dealers....

Minor scratches on your nice wooden furniture may be a cause for alarm for some. Small knicks from items like car keys, purses, pens, and even jewelry is common for older furniture. If your furniture shows signs of wear from these minor scratches, don’t fret....

Whether you are moving a few minutes down the road or thousands of miles across the country, it is crucial to properly pack your furniture to ensure it arrives at your final destination safely without damage. The good news is, it does not have to...