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What do furniture restoration services include?

Furniture restoration usually involves light cleaning methods and cosmetic repairs. The aim is to keep the item's original appearance and structural integrity and retain its value for years to come. With Airtasker, you can easily find a skilled furniture handyman near you. From sofas and antiques to wood and garden furniture, our Taskers can work on all kinds of pieces and help bring them back to their former glory. Here are some popular furniture restorations people book with Airtasker:

Wood furniture restoration

Old or worn-out wood furniture often suffers from faded colour and shine due to years of accumulated dirt and grime. If your wooden cabinet, bed frame, or coffee table is looking dull, it's high time for a wood furniture restoration. Your handyman starts by stripping your furniture of old layers with a mix of old varnish and polish.

Once the stripper has fully dissolved, it's time to neutralise the wood by applying a wax and polish remover or white spirit and leaving it to sit for 24 hours. Afterwards, a sanding block is used to smoothen out any raised edges. The final step involves applying coats of finishing oil to enhance the furniture's sheen and improve its durability.

Antique furniture restoration

Most people equate antiques to wood furniture, but these can also include pieces made from other materials such as silver or marble. Book an antique furniture restoration service if you have antique furniture you're thinking of updating or selling. Similar to the wood restoration process, restoring and repairing antique furniture involves stripping away the old finish from top to bottom.

Once your handyman gets to the base surface of your antique, they fill in any cracks, vacuum away any remaining debris, and sand off the surface. Afterwards, they can then start restoring your antique furniture by applying several coats of finish or stain to make it look as brand new as possible.

Garden furniture restoration

Your garden furniture can easily be subjected to damage from rain, snow, and other harsh weather conditions. Once your garden tables and chairs start to look shabby, it's best to hire a garden furniture restorer to bring back their lustre. Depending on the material of your furniture, your handyman can apply a variety of restoration processes.

Plastic chairs and tables are washed down with hot water and soap and then bleached to remove any stubborn stains. Wrought-iron furniture, on the other hand, is painted with specialist paint to remove existing and prevent future rust. Fabric seats and cushions are also cleaned using upholstery shampoo and dried thoroughly before use to avoid mildew.

Sofa restoration

If your beloved sofa is looking a little worse for wear, you can also hire a tradesman to take care of your sofa restoration. You can have your sofa covers changed for a splash of colour, your sofa legs revamped for a new look, or have your entire couch reupholstered. In case there are any sagging areas or tears, we can also help repair your sofa by replacing broken strings or place sealants around the damaged area.

Recent Furniture Restoration tasks in Sydney Eastern Suburbs

Furniture Restoration - remove paint

$160

Maroubra NSW, Australia

4th Jun 2021

I have a wooden buffet that I have painted in chalk paint but would now like to remove it and take it back to its original wooden condition. I did make an attempt to start but I fear I do not have the experience to remove the paint without potentially damaging the surface. Would like for someone with experience to complete the job. Am flexible with date the work can be done. Does not have to be Friday 11th June.

I need furniture restoration

$250

Bondi Beach NSW 2026, Australia

22nd Sep 2020

Sanding and polishing of an old rose oak dining room table that's badly stained with cup marks etc.

Furniture restore/paint

$150

Coogee, New South Wales, Australia

7th Oct 2018

Hi I have. A white dressor with some bumps and stains that needs to be removed/sanded/painted, see pictures. Would like it to look like new again

I need furniture restoration

$50

Kingsford New South Wales, Australia

9th Jan 2021

2 small wooden chairs sanded and painted white or natural finish. Happy to drop off chairs to you (if nearby Kingsford area) or for you to collect. Happy to answer any questions. No set time for job completion.

Nataly did an amazing job restoring my wooden chairs. The end result was much better than I could’ve hoped for with a gorgeous antique finish. Thank you

Furniture Restoration - Prep / Paint 2 wardrobes

$1,000

Bellevue Hill NSW, Australia

2nd Jul 2020

We have two robes: 2,150 H x 1,240 W x 600 D and looking to have them painted a gloss / laquer / sheen (?) in a colour TBD. Would also potentially like the door panels with covered with rattan (or similar, painted or unpainted). We’d be using them in our lounge for storage and to hide the tv so would add a few shelves too. Few pics attached for actual robe as is; plus style / look of paint; plus rattan idea. Wardrobes in a garage so can be painted on site but appropriate sheeting / measures need to be taken. Needs to be fully completed before 22 July if done on site, or longer if taken away.

Furniture Restore

$160

Randwick NSW 2031, Australia

1st Jun 2015

Paint/Coat an antique metal phone table with seat. Seat also needs to be upholstered.

Furniture restoration- desk and chair

$500

Forest Lodge NSW 2037, Australia

6th Nov 2021

I’m looking for someone who can restore a desk and chair. - sand back - stain a lighter colour -fix a hole in the rocking chair Very happy to have a quote for the work.

Furniture restoration

$150

Bondi Beach NSW, Australia

1st Oct 2020

Restore a wooden rocking chair and paint it white

Furniture restoration

$200

Darling Point NSW 2027, Australia

30th Mar 2020

Sand wood on arms of chairs and stain in a darker polish

Furniture restore Sanding and Danish oil 2 tables

$85

Vaucluse NSW 2030, Australia

1st Apr 2015

I'm looking for someone experienced who can come and *on site* sand with an orbital sander my two American oak coffee tables. They need a light sand and then application of Danish oil. Ideally this will happen on either Friday 10, Saturday 11, Sunday 12 April.

Great guy (Allies husband). Passionate and meticulous furniture rejuvenation. Highly recommended. Thanks.