What we do is pretty straight-forward. We make beautiful furniture beautiful again. No matter what kind of hard knocks it may have had, it just needs our tender ministrations to bring it back!
We don't have this as a sideline business.
There are a lot of pluses for you in that. After all, if you try to follow some crazy how-to on YourTube, your gonna end up covered in gunk with a table you can't use any more. If you use someone who is doing refinishing as a hobby, or a side-line you'll never know when they'll have time, you won't know how long it is going to take, you know how it goes.
By popular demand, we have added full re-upholstery to our services. The requests were too many to ignore, so we can now meet with you, discuss any updates or repairs to springs, stuffing, coverings for any piece, whatever its age!
We are pros. Years of practice mean we know how to get the work done in a timely fashion, and even more important, we know how to do it well.
Whether your furniture has scores, nicks, dings, or even a deep gouge, we can restore your furniture to its former glory. We have a specialized stripped process to remove the finish if necessary, and we can repair minor dents or scratches. After sanding and re-staining, you won't even notice that your wood furniture was damaged. We will restore your furniture to look like new.
If you have a valuable antique that you don't want to damage, you will want to ensure your piece's safety by trusting it to us, we hand-strip only, removing the old finish quickly and carefully. We prepare a base stain that brings wooden furniture to a preliminary color. Each surface is sealed using a sanding sealer to prevent splitting, cupping, bowing, and warping by preventing the wood to gain or give off moisture.
Damage to wood furniture, including liquid damage, nicks, dents, and other injuries can compromise the integrity of the structure. Trust us to handle any wooden furniture repair and restoration services you need.
Fixing antique furniture can be controversial and challenging. Refinishing antique furniture can help restore an antique to its former glory, but it can also diminish a piece's value if done incorrectly. If you have an unusual, original, or masterfully hand-crafted piece of antique furniture, our restoration process will maintain the piece's inherent value.
The only way to restore the original strength to joints is to disassemble the chair, clean off the old glue, apply new glue, then clamp the chair back together. In the case of doweled joints, it's often best to replace the dowels. Let us handle the job for you, from start to finish.
Chair caning is the weaving of seats and other furniture elements usually using the peeled bark or skin of the rattan vine found in Indonesia, the Philippines, or Malaysia. Our cane furniture restoration will bring your memories back to life.
f you have been putting off furniture repair or restoration because it is inconvenient to take your pieces to a shop, we have the perfect solution: We can come to you. Let us make your furniture beautiful again. We take the title of "furniture care professionals" very seriously. Read more about what we can help with, here.
If your furniture's upholstery has been damaged due to wear-and-tear or pets, you might think it's time to buy something new. Don't give up on your furniture yet! We make it easy to save your existing pieces with couch and chair upholstery repair.
There's no need to buy new, expensive doors and shelving. We restore the cabinets you already own and love. We work with all kinds of finishes, including antique and glazed finishes, so there's no need to buy new kitchen cabinets to get the finish you want.
Over time, your cabinets will accumulate scratches and other damage. Our dedicated craftsmen will bring all the tools and materials they need to get your cabinets looking like they were just installed, all done right in your home!
We can match the stain of another piece, re-stain your furniture to a new finish, or even help you develop a new style for your furniture if you're getting new wooden floors. Stain is composed of the same three ingredients as paint: pigment, solvent, and binder. The difference is that stain is predominantly pigment and solvent with little binder. We are happy to discuss all options for staining furniture when working on your pieces.
We offer many different and unique finishing options for your wood furniture restoration, including aniline dyes, known for their depth and clarity, which are used to shade pieces. We also use pre-catalyzed lacquer topcoats to get your piece hand-rubbed to its desired sheen.
Read some of the great things our customers have said about Hudson Valley Furniture! If you'd like to add a review on Google, click here!
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Wow! What a fabulous job you did! The tables were 50 years old and look perfect. I might miss the cigar burn my grandfather made on the dining room table, though.(I am kidding!) Steve and the other gentleman who delivered and put back together the table were great. I am a delighted customer. Thank you for the great work and the very quick turn around. Sincerely, Amy H
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when we had to get a terrific antique dresser refinished. He took us through all the steps, gave us options, pricing, everything. When he finished the work it was like new, maybe even better than new! I really can't say enough good things about him. I would definitely use him again for any refinishing or other furniture work. Sean S, North Salem