Restoring A Circa 1820 Oak Table With 5 Leaves

Restoring A 1950's Oak Table With 5 Leaves

When it comes to restoring furniture from the 1800’s your best option is Foxwood Restorations.  Recently we restored an oak table with 5 leaves to its former glory. In addition, this particular table came to us from Ann Arbor, Michigan and the family wanted a full restore on the item. Oak is one of the most popular woods used to make furniture.  This wood is very versatile and makes it useful for tables, dressers, bookshelves, and more.

Considerations For An Oak Table

The reason oak is so popular is the simple fact is the United States has a lot of it. Also, oak usually comes in two varieties, red and white. The grain in the types is similar, but white oak has longer rays. Furthermore, white oak is stronger and can achieve lighter colors than red.

For this oak table, we stripped, sanded, and restored it to look like the day it was made. In addition, we restored each individual leaf as well and made sure it all looked flawless.  Our services are available to Ann Arbor, Saline, Ypsilanti, South Lyon, and all of Livingston county. Another service we provide is furniture repairs to the University of Michigan and all office furniture reupholstery. This includes chair repair services, cane, and rush seat repair.

Ms. Betty Fox has owned and operated Foxwood Restorations for 25 years and is always happy to meet new customers. If you need an estimate on a furniture repair use our estimate form here or text at any time to 810-220-0123. Finally, we know some furniture is just too big for you to handle. Ask us about our pick up and delivery to help make the whole process easier for you.  If you want to restore your furniture to look showroom worthy, contact us today, you will be glad you did!