Bringing Antique Furniture To Life
Reviving, Restoring and Redesigning Antiques
Building from the ground up isn’t necessarily the solution. What’s trending is cyclical - so the things that were once popular have a way of revitalizing themselves in unexpected, interesting and fantastic ways. If you’re interested in restoring, redesigning or reupholstering older furniture, it’s now easier than ever before and it’s entirely possible to make these pieces modern and even more durable than they were thanks to innovations like FibreGuard.
To learn from a master of trade may provide knowledge that wouldn't otherwise be shared. Find out from Carmit Bamberger of Millers Antiques what works best when it comes to bringing old furniture back to life, and even with a contemporary twist:
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When deciding to add contemporary flair to classical furniture, there is a world of options that can bring it to life. However, it is important to restore antiques with longevity in mind so that the piece can be kept alive in the family for generations to come.
Bronco has been a part of the Home Fabrics Basics range for a long time. This four yarn weave has a lot of dimension and an exceptionally soft handle. With a massive variety of colours to choose from, you are spoiled for choice with this collection.
Ronaldo from FibreGuard is ideal for mid-century aesthetics because it offers just the right look and feel. The main benefit is that it comes with the unmatched stain-free technology of FibreGuard and for added benefit it has backing as well - making it suitable for those angular shapes that are synonymous with a mid-century design.
St-Moritz comes in velvets with a deep saturated colour. As a cotton viscose linen and 100 000 Martindale rubs it is a very reasonable option for this sort of application.
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Revive antique furniture with St-Moritz, Ronaldo and Bronco from Home Fabrics