Furniture Restore & More, formerly Bernard Woodcraft, has been designing and hand crafting custom furniture for more than 30 years. After many requests to revive and restore moderately damaged heirloom furniture, we decided to make furniture restoration and refinishing our primary focus.
At our shop in San Diego, we are passionate about bringing new life to your favorite furniture piece, regardless of its condition. Our services also include providing antique reproductions. Using genuine hardwoods and veneers, as well as traditional mortise & tenon joinery, we have created these replicated pieces with such care that it is hard to tell the original from the reproduction.
We are passionate about what we do here, and when you trust us with your heirloom furniture, we treat each piece as if it were our own. I started this business because I love what I do, and I will continue to put your satisfaction above everything else.
Tom was awesome and great to work with. I would go back here 100 times if needed. He was honest and fair and most of all he did great work. He truly cared about what he was working on. I couldn't be happier with my experience. - Thanks again Tom for helping me out with my 100+ year old couch problems.
Tom truly did an amazing job repairing two different sets of pieces we purchased from Thailand: a intricate wooden figurine that was damaged in shipment and a set of chairs that had split in the seat due to the lack of humidity here in California. His attention to detail, his personal commitment to making sure that we are pleased with his services, his turnaround in completion, and his very fair prices are all faultless. Plus, he's a fascinating guy to talk to, and his knowledge of woodworking is unparalleled.
I was looking to fix a broken leg on my dresser and inquired with a few places. Tom was the most responsive and gave me the best quote. We dropped the dresser off and told him we were in no rush to receive it, however he managed to fix the dresser in just a couple days. He did an impeccable job mending the leg and the dresser looked like new again.