Do you have any old or quality-made furniture needing a refresher? Instead of getting rid of it, why not restore it and give it a new life in your home? There are many types of furniture that are worth restoring, including antique pieces, upholstered items, designer, and more. In this post, we discuss some of the things to consider when deciding to restore furniture and highlight some of the best types of furniture to restore.
When it comes to restoring furniture, there are a few things you need to take into consideration. The first thing is the condition of the piece. If it's in bad shape and needs a lot of work, it may not be worth restoring. Additionally, consider how much time and money you are willing to spend on restoration. If it's a piece you love, it may be worth the time and effort, but if it's just an old piece of furniture you don't care about, and was not built with quality materials, it's probably not worth restoring.
Another thing to consider is what type of furniture you're restoring. Antique pieces can be a great addition to any home, but they are not always comfortable to sit in. Comfortable vintage pieces are always great to add some pop to a space without sacrificing comfort. Designer furniture will retain its value but often wear out over time and can be restored to look like new again so you really cannot go wrong when restoring a designer piece. A quality upholstered furniture piece is a great investment as it can often be updated again and again with a new look if you love a piece.
If you're on the fence about whether or not to restore furniture or buy new, consider these things and decide what's best for you and your home and your tastes. Furniture restoration can be a fun and rewarding project, but it's always important to weigh the pros and cons before starting. We hope you enjoyed this post on furniture restoration! And let us know if you are not up to the task and want to have an experienced upholster restore or re-upholster your piece.