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Matthew Grant Custom Made Timber Furniture

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Posted Sep 11, 2017 | Hits: 693
Province: KwaZulu-Natal
City: Pinetown
Matthew Grant Custom Made Timber Furniture We use solid wood in its purest natural form to create our bespoke timber products. If treated correctly, solid wood furniture can last a lifetime and be enjoyed by generations. We can design and custom make just about any piece of furniture and some of the natural woods we work with are Meranti, Pine, Mahogany, Iroko, Oregan Pine, Oak and many others. Whilst natural woods give furniture that stylish and elegant look, we do work with the best quality veneer chip board / melamine / MDF to create furniture that will suite your style and your pocket. Please take a look at our Custom Made Timber Furniture page for information on the different types of furniture we design and build or contact us to discuss your furniture idea. Natural solid wood furniture should last a lifetime if properly cared for. There is however instances when pieces become scuffed and battered, chair legs break, or handles fall off. So we lovingly repair and restore all types of existing furniture. Firstly we assess the damaged item and let you know if it is restorable. We will put the life back into your original wood product by sanding, re-varnishing and sealing it. If we are unable to restore the entire item, then will with make suggestions on how to replace or change existing wood products. Contact Rocco Stefano Tel: 031 7028112 Cell: 0726080730 Website: www . matthewgrant . co . za
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