We do fiber-based seat and back repairs as well as restore wicker and rattan. To retain the authenticity and value of any piece, we can recommend appropriate materials for your project. Custom finishes to match to original patina or color are available on request.
We do not provide major wood repair or refinishing.
Here are some of the options we can provide:
- Bulrush – Also known as cattail (American English) or raupo (New Zealand).
- Cattail – The twisted leaves of cattail plants. Also known as bulrush (American English) or raupo (New Zealand).
- Danish Cording –
- Hand-Woven Cane – Cane strands through holes drilled in a wood frame. There are numerous sizes and patterns of weave in the caning category.
- Pressed Cane – Machine-woven panels of cane fill an area pressed into a groove around the covered area and held in place with a spline.
- Rattan –
- Rawhide –
- Twisted Paper Rush –
- Rush – A roundish cord/string-like material woven in a variety of patterns and materials. A traditional ladder-back chair is a common example with the pattern forming lines that converge at the center of the seat area from the four leg corners.
- Seagrass –
- Splint –
- Wicker –
- Wheatgrass –
- Wheat wrap –
- Water Hyacinth –