An old chair, footstool, canoe seat, or bench is something to be cherished. If it has its original bottom, you’re fortunate!
Finding an old chair with a well-used or missing bottom doesn’t mean the chair should be disposed of. Murray Hill Weaving offers restoration services on chair bottoms (seats), canoe seats, and furniture that will breathe new life into your cherished antiques.
We specialize in recreating patterns that match the era of the piece. There are many materials that can be used in seating and numerous patterns from which to choose.
All furniture taken in for restoration services must be in good condition (i.e., no loose joints or broken rungs) and completely finished or painted before weaving can begin. If your piece is in rough condition, Murray Hill Weaving can recommend a furniture restorer.
The information printed below is to give you an estimate only for chair, footstool, canoe seat and bench repair. Final pricing will be quoted when the chair is seen in person. Each chair is unique and there are many choices of patterns and materials that must be factored into the final quote. The price guidelines below are for seats only but if your piece needs the back woven, they are priced as if they were a seat.
All furniture must be in good condition (no loose joints or broken rungs) and completely finished or painted before weaving can begin. If your piece is in rough condition, MHW can recommend a furniture restorer to you.
We specialize in being able to recreate a pattern, according to the era of the chair. There are many materials that can be used in seating and numerous patterns to choose from. If you have a seat we can’t weave, we will find someone who can do it for you. We do no painting, staining/finishing of the finished product but can refer you to experts to help with that process.