Locate Chair Caning Repair Experts near you to make all types of seat weaving restorations and repairs to your antique, flea market or family heirlooms. Select your Chair Caning Repair and Seatweaving Experts by State or browse the random listings below.
Lost Arts Chair Caning, located in Lisbon, New Hampshire, performs expert restoration of chair seats: hand caning in standard and fancy patterns, pressed web caning, porch rockers, binder cane, pierced fiberboard chair seats, embossed leather seats, rush seats, splint weaving in a variety of patterns, hickory bark seats, Shaker tape, and wicker repair.
A price estimate will be given after physical evaluation. Structural repairs are available if needed, and will be included in the estimate of work to be done. We provide free pickup and delivery in a 10-mile radius.
After completion of repairs, all chairs are given a courtesy cleaning, waxing and minor joint tightening before returning to the happy client.
BeSeated.ca has been providing seatweaving services to Canada’s national capital area for over fifty years.
NEW OWNER & NEW LOCATION: In 2019 Michael Freen acquired the business from Pierre Amyotte, the previous owner, and relocated Be Seated to Ottawa, Ontario.
We provide quality repairs to furniture woven in a variety of materials, including hand and pre-woven cane, Danish cord, rush, seagrass, reed, splint and rawhide.
We also carry seatweaving supplies for customers who would like to repair their own furniture.
Please have a look at our website for a full list of supplies and services we have available and check out our Instagram for photos of our latest work.
Proud Cottage Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.® (TSWG)
Chairperson-Antiques–Owner Mical Wilmoth Carton is a chair seat weaving expert with 40 years of seat weaving experience. She specializes in the repair of all types of hand woven furniture including:
- Hand and Machine Cane
- Danish Cord and Danish Weave Cane
- Fibre, Natural and Pretwisted Rush
- Shaker Tape
- Binder Cane and Porch Weave
- Hong Kong Seagrass
- Cotton Cord
- Wicker & more!
Please visit the “Chairs” page on my website for additional pictures of chairs reseated over the years. Contact by phone or email is welcome.
Founder & Cottage Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
B-Reseated Chair Weaving has 20+ years experience in all forms of woven seating repair & restoration: hand cane, pressed cane, fiber rush, natural rush (hand-twisted & pre-twisted), Danish cord, splint, leather, etc.
We also offer our customers stripping and refinishing services and repairs. We offer local pickup & delivery, free estimates and volume discounts.
Our customers include Martin’s Chair Company, New Holland PA, McLain-Wiesand Home Furnishings, Baltimore MD, The Dobbin House Restaurant, Gettysburg PA.
Our seat weaving work for Smilow Design has been featured in Martha Stewart Living (September 2015) and Elle Decor (December 2014).
Charter & Business Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild Inc.®
Rodney’s Caning has been providing chair caning and seatweaving since 1972. Our specialties are hole caning, machine caning, splint, Danish cord, wicker, fiber rush, Shaker tape, slab rattan, and almost any other kind of woven seat, including unusual patterns.
We also offer some gluing and minor repair, plus FREE estimates with fair prices. Home shop serving Colorado for over 20 years! Give us a call for jobs big or small!
740 Horse Cove, Highlands, NC, 28741, USA
East Cobb Caning is a home-based seat weaving business in both Georgia and North Carolina. Winter location is Marietta, GA Nov-Mar/Summer location is Highlands, NC Apr-Oct.
Services include hand caning, pressed caning, binder cane, flat oval cane, porch rockers, Danish cord, flat reed and rush. Also regluing and minor repairs available.
Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.® (TSWG)
Herard Seat Weaving is located in Waterville, serving central and mid-coast Maine. We can bring new life to your cane, rush or wicker chairs, benches, and rockers. Every piece from antiques to modern and contemporary chairs can be renewed with a hand-woven seat.
Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
Caning Canada Woven Chair Repair has been providing our chair caning services in Canada since 1986.
Starting mid-November 2020, my husband David and I will be traveling Canada in our RV, providing our seat weaving services local to the areas we are exploring. Seat weaving coming soon to a town near you!
Weaving Styles Offered
- Standard seven-step hand chair caning method
- French cane/blind cane
- Double-sided cane
- Fixed and hanging medallions
- Specialty hand-woven cane including sunshine, sunrise, and sunset patterns
- Binding cane or rattan weaving
- Pre-woven cane
- Danish paper cord in the standard basket weave and rush patterns
- Paper fibre rush
We will winter in Langley, BC, from mid-October to mid-April every year. During the spring and summer, we will explore different regions of Canada, providing our woven chair repair services along the way.
We currently have weaving projects booked in Calgary, Saskatchewan, Toronto, Vancouver for 2021.
To be added to our booking list, please send a photo of your weaving project to [email protected] I will then provide you with an estimate and gather your contact details for our booking list.
The Chair Shop providing seatweaving since 1960, hand or pressed cane, splint, rush, Danish cord, and Shaker tape. We also do chair re-gluing and have free pick up and return and give free estimates, too.
Servicing all 5 boroughs of metro New York City, NJ, also greater Poughkeepsie area Millbrook, Rhinebeck, Cold Spring, greater White Plains, NY area. Call 1-800-980-8344 for details and ask for John.
Rick’s Wood & Wire, a family business offers chair caning and seat weaving services as well as 30+ years of full-service professional furniture refinishing and repair. Located in northwest Ohio in Pemberville, servicing northwest OH and southeast MI. Pickup and delivery are available.
Charter, Cottage, & Newsletter Editor Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild Inc.®
Chair Caning, Splint, Rush, Danish Cord, Rawhide, Rattan and Wicker Repair are the specialties of The Caning Shop since 1969. Chair caning and basketry classes available, too.
Jim Widess, owner of The Caning Shop is the author of two best sellers: The Caner’s Handbook and The Complete Guide to Chair Caning.
Honorary Lifetime Member–The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
Antiques by Futura–Founded by John and Carol Bessone in 1992, is now operated by son Robert and daughter Regina. Boasting a 10,000 square foot showroom full of Antique and Vintage furniture and decor that we’ve been collecting for well over 30 years and have available for purchase.
We also have a full-service repair and refinishing shop with a complete seat weaving room to take care of your chair caning needs. We do Cane, Rush, Danish cord, Rattan Wicker, and Upholstery repair as well as Refinishing and Restoring Furniture of all types. Local pick-up and delivery are also available.
Call or email today for your chair caning, upholstery or refinishing job appointment. When you come for that appointment, be sure to peruse the antique furniture in the showroom, you’ll be glad you did!
Step-In-Time-Antiques is a home-based business specializing in hole-to-hole chair caning, pressed/machine/spline cane, and binder cane in various patterns (e.g. herringbone, New England Porch Weave, Finger Lakes Fan Weave, etc.), paper fiber rush and Shaker tape weaving. Will do some minor structural repair. Free estimates and local pickup/delivery. Good rates!
Charter Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®
Since 1978 REED WEAVER’S commitment has been to the continuing appreciation of wicker as an art form through quality wickerwork.
In 1996, Reed was the first Minnesota artist invited to show her work at the new Neiman Marcus Gallery in Minneapolis, MN.
And in 2011 she was contracted by an airworthiness inspector for Boeing to create a replica of the original wicker seat used in the Spirit of St Louis airplane that Charles Lindbergh flew. The project was completed in June of 2012. Reed named ‘her’ Spirit Sophia and has included Spirit Sophia’s photo here.
Reed Weaver services include:
• The careful repair and restoration of wicker and rattan
• Stripping, refinishing, painting of wicker and rattan
• Cane, Rush, Splint and Danish Seating
• Custom design and fabrication of wicker furniture and accessories
Call or email for appointment and directions to the REED WEAVER studio, please.
Angie Reid’s Furniture Refinishing and Caning preserves memories and brings old furniture new life! The business located on the border of Maine and New Brunswick, Canada, serves the Maritime provinces in both Canada and Maine.
I started my business after stripping and refinishing the stairs in my Victorian Era home. Shortly after launching my refinishing business, a neighbor brought me a cane chair in need of a new seat.
While learning hole to hole caning I discovered a talent and passion for seat weaving. I am proficient in hole-to-hole caning, sheet cane, French hand cane, Danish cord, rush and reed weaving.
In terms of refinishing, I restore heirlooms and breath new life into pieces with paint and/or stain. I specialize in custom colour staining and also wicker repair.
Cane and Able is a repair and restoration service that for over ten years has worked in the local community offering individual attention to each project.
Customers are private clients, local museums and area antique dealers in Monmouth County. Services are woven and pressed cane, fibre rush, natural rush, Shaker tape, and splint weaving. Also chair repair, part replacements and duplication, stripping and refinishing. Free estimates, pick-up and delivery additional.
Charter Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.® (TSWG)
Touchet Cane & Willow Works a sole-proprietor shop, is nestled in the countryside of the Walla Walla Valley in Washington State.
Specialties are replacing all styles of chair bottoms, cane, rush, rawhide, ash or hickory splints and Shaker tape. Also repair rattan furniture, child rockers, and doll buggies.
Workshops, classes, and demonstrations are frequently given, contact for schedule.
Murray Hill Weaving, is a chair bottoming specialist using cane, pressed cane, hickory bark, splint, and Shaker tape – emphasizing patterns that match the style.
Also offering basket and wicker furniture repair, basket & seatweaving classes and retail caning and basketmaking materials. I’ll restore items or teach you to do it! Located in central New Hampshire, we’re inviting you to visit and stay awhile.
Dick Knotts, owner of The Seat Doktor has nearly 20 years experience as a seat weaver in hand woven and loom-woven cane, fiber rushing, Danish cord, wood and reed splint seats, and Shaker tape. Color matching for cane replacements is also a specialty. Light chair repair, pick-up and delivery available. Free estimates.
After 10 years in Hickory, NC, The Seat DoKtor moved to Vernon, CT in 2020 and is ready to help Connecticut furniture owners with their caning and other seatweaving needs.
Call 828-404-8195 or email at [email protected] for consultation and free estimates.
Cottage Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.®