Tag Archive: Furniture Repair

Preserve Your Furniture

I recently came across while researching a piece of furniture that was appraised in the 70’s for over $30,000 an article that the conservation staff at The Henry Ford put together on the care & preservation of of furniture in particular antiques and collectibles. If you have any antiques (over 100 years old) take note …

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Recent Furniture Repair Projects

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Here are some of the recent furniture repair projects we have been working on at Wood Menders:

The Twelve Most Influential Periods in American Furniture History

After the first colonists to the Americas set foot on land, history tells us that it took a number of years before their civilization began to take shape. Once it did, the settlers were able to shift their focus from solely surviving to more noble pursuits, such as furniture making. As time went on, furniture …

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Recent Furniture Repair Projects

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Here are some of the most recent projects that we have been working on at Wood Menders:  

Characteristics of Furniture Wood

In today’s post – we are going to be looking at wood characteristics and your furniture. Almost any type of wood could be used to build furniture, but some woods have always been favored for their beauty, durability, and workability. Before 1900, most furniture was made with these woods: walnut, oak, mahogany, rosewood, fruitwoods, and …

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Recent Furniture Repair Projects

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Here are some of the recent repair & refinishing projects we have been working on at Wood Menders:   Have you checked out our 2 hour Furniture Repair & Refinishing Class? Check out the schedule here: www.woodmenders.com/classes Until next time – Dan Kaufman

Repair Tips for Your Wood Furniture

Everybody knows that the best parties end up with a ring on the coffee table or a cigarette burn on the dining room table, but you can shrug off these little party mishaps with a smile when you know the secrets to quick household fixes. The following tips will help you easily repair small accidents …

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