“Need a Miracle”
There is no piece of furniture too worn, abused,
rickety or old for us to rejuvenate. In fact, almost any old
chair, after careful repair, is of far better quality than one
purchased new. Furniture leaving the factories today are
constructed of pressed wood or plastic, with cheap spring units,
and the consumer usually rejects having discarded Grandma's
It takes a little imagination to perceive the potential in an
attic's forgotten treasure. Covered by dust, cobwebs and old
clothing, it's value may not be readily apparent.
But one person's decision relegating an old piece of furniture
to the junk heap is another's opportunity to retrieve it and
obtain a work of art through careful restoration. The exquisite
beauty of an antique can never be replaced with the purchase of
new furniture, no matter how expensive.