|Wood NOT Refinished|
|Details - fabric and woodwork|
Often, however, I do find great pieces that have unique, custom finishes that are in really good condition and attractive. Most, I would guess, are the original finish applied by the furniture manufacturer - some, I am sure, based on customer specifications. They are also, unlike ASCP, generally a "harder" finish.
Here are some pieces that were recently redone - upholstery work is by the great Mr. Lee at Song's Upholstery in Norcross, Georgia. I did NOT refinish the woodwork on these!
|This chair and ottoman (called Vicki's Bergere because I bought them at one of Vicki's estate sales) were in great condition other than the awful fabric. They were redone in a crisp blue and white stripe and look great (Pending Sale)!|
|These are all "after" photos. This chair looked somewhat like this in its before photo but the fabric was dingy and discolored. The textured "dark cream" highlights the honey color or the finish.|