Repairing a Damaged Headboard

An old headboard and foot board came to us with severe veneer damage and loose or missing trim.

The photo clearly shows the damaged veneer that needed to be replaced. The damage is cut out with straight lines and the new veneer cut exactly to fit. The loose trim is then reapplied.The veneer then needs to be colored to blend before the final finish coat is applied.

The headboard and foot board look beautiful when the final finish applied. They will add style and charm to the guest bedroom.

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