Tag Archive: Antique Restoration

Eliminate Things that Don’t Matter

From the Master – Seth Godin – couldn’t say it any better myself – A recipe for personal and brand triage… We invest our time in hopes of a return, prioritizing the important, but sometimes, we waste it on the urgent instead. What’s worth focusing on improving? How about a combination of these three: The …

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Mid-Century Modern Furniture

Today’s post is a great article on what Mid-Century Modern is.  If you are like I am – you hear that term thrown around quite a bit lately, but there is a whole lot more to it than just the period where furniture was built.   If you’ve spent any time talking with other collectors, …

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10 Steps to Restoring Your Furniture

Professional furniture restorers and hobbyists alike all have one thing in common: the desire to pluck a piece of furniture off the side of the road and restore it to its former glory. What’s not to like? You’re saving something from a landfill and breathing new life into a forgotten item. The former owner only saw a …

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Recent Projects


  Until next time – Dan @ Wood Menders

Recent Projects


Here are some of the recent projects that we have been working on at Wood Menders: Until next time – Dan @ Wood Menders

A Look at a Rococo Revival Furniture Master’s Work

Chair from a Belter Parlor Set – Part of the Furniture Collection at The Queen Anne Private Residence Club in Eureka Springs, Ark. (http://www.thequeenannemansion.com/) – Photo Courtesy of The Queen Anne Mansion When it comes to Rococo Revival furniture, John Henry Belter was no doubt the master craftsman working in the mid-1800s. He was so …

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Recent Projects


Here are some recent projects that we have been working on at Wood Menders: Until Next Time – Dan @ Wood Menders

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