Re-upholstering and Restoration of Heirloom Antiques

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If you have a beloved antique furniture piece that has seen better days and are looking to have it restored you won’t go past the craftsmanship at Wills Furniture. Our Craftsmen will take your valuable family heirloom antique and restore it to its former glory. Our artisans and tradesmen, upholsterers, machinists and seamstresses repair your entire piece, not just its coverings. We take pride in faithful restorations of your exquisite heirloom pieces, recreating the luxury and comfort of the past.

We re-upholster and restore lounge suites, sofas, dining chairs, bedheads and ottomans, returning them to their owners in better condition than when they were first built. Furniture that has been fully restored and refurbished by Wills Furniture becomes a piece you will be proud to own. Maintaining a connection with the craftsmanship and artisanship of earlier times through the direction of Paul Newham, the son of the original upholsterers from the Newham family, rigid quality standards are adhered to, representing the Wills Furniture gold stamp of excellence.

Offering a fully professional service, we provide free, no obligation quotes, pick-up and delivery and complete your furniture’s restoration on time, to schedule. As well as antique restoration we also offer standard re-upholstery, re-polishing, advice and service. All restorations and re-upholstery is carried out at our factory, located behind our Showroom at 6 Guest Street, Hawthorn. Visitors are welcome to visit the Showroom, by appointment. Please contact us to enquire about your specialised custom upholstery recover project.

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