Thanks for visiting my site. If you’re here, then you are probably looking for someone to weave a new seat. I do most types of seat weaving including hand caning, pressed cane, fiber rush, and flat reed. I do not do wicker or seagrass rush. I also do not do upholstery. But I can do refinishing and minor furniture repair. I’m located in Douglasville, GA, a little west of Atlanta. Check out some of my work below, and let me know how I can help make your furniture beautiful again.
This birdseye maple chair was brought back to life with a new machine caned seat.
A set of hand made depression era chairs made from recycled railroad ties with new fiber rush seats.
Hand woven cane was replaced in this antique chair's square seat.
This dining room chair has a radio weave pressed cane back that was stained to match a set.
Hand woven caning was replaced in this antique chair's round seat.
This unique folding rocker has a hand caned seat and back. It was potentially used as a portable seat for picnics and events.
This flat reed chair had a 28 inch diagonal seat, it must have been made for giants.
This unique chair needed a new hand woven cane seat.
A porch rocker painted white with a flat reed splint seat and back.
This chair was found abandoned on the side of the road. It was completely refinished and a new pressed cane seat applied.
One of a dining set, this chair needed a new cane seat.
This antique rocker has been in my wife's family for four generations.