Lou Butcher

Channel Back Chair

Non-traditional is the way to go with this channel back chair. Our customer attached a great deal of sentimental value to this chair, and trusted us to revamp the chair’s look with new upholstery and refinishing. We added some more …

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Antique Church Pew

This beautiful antique church pew rests on the front porch of a beach home in Long Beach, Indiana. It was brought to us extremely weather worn. We stripped it, sanded the rough edges and refinished it. Several coats of marine …

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Mid-Century Modern Chair

A 1960’s Ed Wormley Dunbar chair belonged to the customer’s father in Three Oaks, Michigan, who sat in it during his childhood. After refinishing the chair, the chrome was polished and the webbing, foam and padding were all replaced. The …

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A Very Old Chaise

In the family for over 100 years, this chaise arrived with badly worn springs from Chesterton, Indiana. The springs were replaced and the cushion refilled so perfectly you can bounce a coin on it. We sewed fabric that closely resembled …

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Small Table

After a thorough stripping and refinishing, we were really able to bring out the warmth and richness of the wood in this well-loved small table for a family from Portage, Indiana. 

Side-by-Side Restoration

Sent to us by a family in rural Indiana, between Knox and Winamac, we carefully repaired and stripped this well-loved piece before refinishing in a lighter finish and reassembling as you see it.

Antique Radio Restoration

Stored for many years, we carefully disassembled, stripped, refinished and reassembled this antique radio for a family in Portage, Indiana to create this one-of-a-kind gift from a son to his mother.    

The Stripes Can Stay

Stripes, stripes, stripes. Our customer loved the stripes on her sofa but knew they were dated and the wing style with buttons in the back cushions felt early American. We altered the frame slightly by removing the wing extensions. Omitting …

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