Reimagine, repair, restore: McDonald & Hartshorne

As winter approaches, now is the time to tackle those little jobs too long postponed, such as re-upholstering projects.

Dust off the cobwebs from furniture stored away in dark corners, then step back and reimagine it after a makeover – no longer shabby and tattered, but an altogether eye-catching and stunning piece.

McDonald & Hartshorne, established in 2004, is a leading furniture and upholstery business excelling in the repair and restoration of tired, worn furniture into beautiful pieces that enhance a room and complement the surroundings.

Customers can simply email a photo of the item to the office for evaluation, then discuss their vision with business co-director and sales manager, Keith Hartshorne, at a follow-up consultation. Keith brings his years of experience in the furniture and upholstery industry to every job, and being the first point of contact, customers are assured they have all the information they need as to their repair requirements.

Co-director, Steve McDonald, is the expert upholsterer behind the business and he, along with his experienced and qualified team, love the small repair jobs just as much as the larger projects.
Admin co-ordinator Neke McDonald explains further, “Be it loose or ripped cushions, changing up dining-room chairs, repairing broken legs, inserting new zips or smartening up outdoor seating for springtime – you name it, we do it.”

Another service available is help with furniture insurance claims. This straight forward process usually sees Keith visiting the customer’s home to assess the piece before giving his insurance quote.
Regardless of the obvious pun, everything is covered here at McDonald & Hartshorne. So rather than adding to the landfill, think sustainably and give that neglected piece of furniture the grand restoration it deserves.

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