In which cases is a complex restoration necessary?

An experienced restorer must first return the furniture to its original appearance. The main task: save the object without damaging it. Furniture restoration is a whole series of activities aimed at preserving the original appearance of antique or old furniture.

This leads to a completely different attitude towards the restoration of antique furniture. This requires much more work. Restoration of old furniture requires knowledge of the history of furniture production and many other nuances.

The main goal is to strengthen and preserve the piece of furniture. When properly restoring a dear piece of furniture, it is important to keep a certain limit in mind so that the object will be functionally usable after the restoration and leave the impression of a vintage object.


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Each item to be restored is unique. In this regard, the costs of restoration work are calculated separately in each case.

Renovation prices depend on many factors, such as:

  • the condition of the furniture itself;
  • the nature of the damage (presence of cracks, chips, violation of decorative elements, veneer condition, etc.);
  • complexity of renovation works;
  • usage of consumable material in the restoration process.

Each object needs an individual approach and individual methods of restoration. There are no fixed prices for such works.
Therefore, it is difficult to indicate a certain amount of labor costs in a telephone conversation, and sometimes even an approximate one.

The conditions of restoration directly depend on the complexity and scope of the restoration work.

Each restoration begins with a preliminary inspection of the item to more objectively assess its condition. During the inspection, you can accurately determine the cost of restoring the item. Since the external condition of the object, the condition of key elements and the integrity of the carpentry structure can be inferred from the photograph, the presence of internal hidden defects remains unclear.