Our Shop

You can count on repair and restoration techniques acquired and refined for more than 90 years by master artisans.
We combine traditional techniques with the latest technologies and tools to ensure the best possible results.


Workshop

Phil with a new restoration

In our spare time, we have plenty of
other things to do...

Upholstery books
Thousands of fabrics to choose from

Just a few tools....

Gavel handmade for
our favorite judge



Joe Termini
with restored furniture


Our friend Tony Scopin
upholstering a chair


Phil Termini
with restored propeller


Phil with miniature wood desk
made by Grandpa Ben
No job is too small...


Wood decoy made by Phil.
No scrap wood goes to waste!


Reupholstered sofa

Reupholstered cushions
Shelf corner unit (for cookbooks)
made and added to client's kitchen cabinetry - made by Tom Termini

Sometimes we need to
make a new part

Desk

Table - Before



Table - After

Upholstered sofa

Reupholstering a sofa in leather -
all that button tufting!

Table with inlay

Table renovation

Two restored mid-century
modern Thonet chairs

Birdcage made for the singing bird
for local high school play

Music sheet cabinet
(artwork by Nancy Still;
painted in acrylic to depict
original design)

Upholstered chair

Ottoman

Upholstered chairs

Upholstered chair

Mirrored dresser

Upholstered chair

Upholstered chair

Upholstered chair

Upholstered chair

Upholstered sofa

Upholstered sofa

Upholstered chair

Chair from the U.S. Captiol

Dresser during restoration

Oliver lathe...love it!

Chair repair


Chair repair


Chair repair

Wood turning repair

Chair repair

Chair repair

Chair repair


Chair - Before
We get a lot of these after
New Year's...


Chair - After
Ready for another party

Door from antique
desk repair

Restored chair & sideboard

Lamp repair

Sofa renovation

Handmade church chairs
for the Chapel at Knollwood Military
Retirement Residence, Washington, DC

Handmade church chairs
Completed

Chair
We'll tackle any job,
even this scarey mess

Dresser during restoration

Sewing table

Proper way to repair a
worn out chair joint.
Step 1. original piece

Step 2. chair joint repair

Step 2. chair joint repair
Termini Furniture Service
7877 Cessna Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20879-4107
301-963-6600
terminip@aol.com
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