You can browse listings below to find a Chair Caning Repair Expert or Seatweaving Pro in Missouri near you. If there are no current chair caning repair experts listed, please go back to the National Furniture Repair Directory™ (FRD) Homepage where you can search other categories and nearby states.
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.®
The Wickerfixer and Chair Recaner’s owners Cheri and Mike Russell in Ozark, Missouri have served the antique wicker furniture world nationwide since 1976. They are also mentioned in all of Richard Saunders’ antique wicker books and price guides.
They specialize in minor to major restoration of wicker furniture, and all types of chair seat weaving, hole & pressed cane, rush, splint, Danish cord, herringbone, and seagrass weaving. Family heirloom restoration is their specialty! They buy and sell at shows and through http://www.WickerFixer.com shop.
The Wicker Fixer will locate that special piece of furniture for you, paint your wicker and even travel to do on-site wicker repairs! Pick-up and delivery service is available, call for areas covered, and remember shipping is an option, too.
Judging from their slogan “Get your dog chewed, cat clawed, bird pecked, family abused, wicker fixed today!” The Wicker Fixer can do just about anything for your wicker and cane furniture.
Diana, owner of Sit-A-While Seat Weaving has over 30 years experience offering custom chair seat replacement using cane, splint, fibre rush, Shaker tape and seagrass. Pick-up available within a 75-mile radius.
Diana travels throughout Missouri demonstrating at events and also offers weekend classes. Stay at local B & Bs in the historic community overlooking the Missouri River.
Charter and Cottage Member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc. ®.