MK Restorations

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On the left, an old Chemists Multi Drawer Storage Unit.before restoration. There were a lot of missing parts and considerable repairs and alterations were necessary. The image on the right, is the restored unit prior to french polishing and the fixing of handles. Looks the part in a traditional kitchen.
For more information on Multi Drawers of all shapes, sizes and wood veneer finnishes, Contact Mally at his workshop.


A "Marriage" of two pieces of furniture. This attractive unit was made from the unit on the left and a simple glazed book cabinet, veneered in burr oak and yewood. The unit has been aged and french polished. Finally the antique brassware handles are fitted. The end result is a pleasing piece of furniture which would fit in a typical old countryside house. These units are very popular in the old cottage style kitchens. Units made to order.

A typical burr elm and walnut Linen press. Constructed from an old wardrobe base. The top section was made in proportion to the base unit as a typical linen press. This unit has many uses, commonly used for storage of clothing and linenware or as an attractive television cabinet. The picture on the left is the press before polishing and on the right, french polished & finished with antique brass handles. Can be veneered to any customers requirements in a wide selection of veneers.

The picture on the left is a restored Georgian chest of drawers. The chest was very dull and plain looking in its original state. Veneering the chest has transormed it into a more appealing piece. The chest shown has been veneered in yewood oysters with ebony stringing. The picture on the right shows detail of the veneered top. Chests can also be veneered in olive, walnut and laburnum oysters. Below are further examples.