VINTAGE RESTORATION

1930s through to early 1980s

If you are looking to get your vintage furniture restored, you can't go past Aubert Furniture for quality and service. We specialise in restoring antique and vintage style furniture back to its former glory.

Styles include 1970s Danish style furniture, Parker and Chiswell Furniture, art deco furniture, mid-century styles and more.

Our furniture restoration service covers all areas of Sydney and we can arrange pickup and delivery Sydney wide.

Our services range from detailed repair work and conservation to complete restoration services including traditional polishing and upholstery work.

  • All types of vintage furniture restoration.
  • Parker Furniture restoration.
  • Vintage furniture repair work.
  • Insurance claim damage.
  • Curved glass replacement.
  • Polishing and veneer repair work.
  • Upholstery and recover of vintage pieces.
  • Vintage chair repair work.
  • Vintage style fabrics.

FREE QUOTATIONS and advice are available by sending photos to greg@aubertfurniture.com.au

Alternatively, you can send photos via your phone to Greg Aubert on 0419 212 632

For all other enquiries phone (02) 9294 8892

Just some of our recent projects...

Restoration Art Deco Dressing Table c1940

Full restoration of art deco dressing table c1940. Dissolve the damaged existing finish and totally restore to its former glory. Veneer repair work and traditionally hand polish.

Restoration Parker Furniture dining table and chairs.

We recently restored this classic 1970s Parker dining table and chairs for a client. The chairs were also reupholstered and recovered in the process. The result was fantastic.

Art Deco Sideboard c1930s

Full restoration and repair of 1930s art deco sideboard.

Queen Anne Dressing Table c1930

We recently restored this fantastic Queen Anne dressing table for Ruth from Bondi Junction. Ruth inherited her Grandmother's dressing table and knew it needed a little TLC to bring it back to its former glory. Restoring the top and revive-polishing the dry finish made a massive difference. The original colour, character, and patina was also retained in the process. The stool was also restored and the seat recovered in new fabric. A fantastic result with a little TLC.

Restoration of two bridge chairs c 1940s

Restoration of two bridge chairs while retaining the original timber colour. Fully reupholstered and recovered.

Parker Lounge Suite Recover

Reupholster and recover Parker lounge suite consisting of a three seater sofa and two single arm chairs.

Reupholster and recover 8 x 1970s dining chairs in brown leather.

Verica was very fond of her 1970s dining chairs. When she renovated her house she felt it would make sense to update the fabric, get new foam in the cushions and touch up the finish. The result was fantastic and the chairs now blend in perfectly with her new reno. The leather is Puccini Mudcake from Leather Italia.

Repair and Reupholstery of ARt Deco Sofa c1930s

This 1930s Art Deco sofa was on its last leg when we received it. The internal frame was broken and warped and support joints snapped. After much TLC we restored and re-upholstered the sofa back to its former glory. Fabric is Luxembourg Cornflower by Warwick Fabrics.

Restoration and Upholstery of 1930s Armchair

We recently completed restoration of this fantastic 1930s armchair for a customer. Traditionally reupholstered including coil sprung seat, hand polished and recovered. The customer was over the moon when they saw the result of our hard work.

Jacobean Table & Chairs

Restoration of Jacobean dining table and chairs c1930s. Full restoration, repair loose chair frame joints. We retained the retro vinyl which was added around the 1960s.

Upholstery of Antique Wing Chair

It's amazing the difference it can make having the right fabric and the right upholstery style. Fully reupholstered for Pauline from Neutral Bay

Mid-Century TV Chair. Restoration and Reupholster.

This Mid-Century TV chair required full re-springing of the seat and new upholstery. The customer also requested the have the timber restored to a natural honey colour.
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