Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration

est. 1977

Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration

Blackwood Cabinet

Highest Quality - Highest Satisfaction

Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration Inc. is closing and Steve Parker is going to retire. We are booked solid with committed jobs until 7/30/21 and are not accepting new work. Please check back in October to see if a new owner has taken over.

Thank you to all who have patronized Rocky Mountain Furniture Restoration since 1977. I will miss the many friends and clients I have had the pleasure to work with over the years. I'm off to ski more and fish more and spend more time with my lovely wife Holly and our many grandchildren.

Steve Parker

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have modified our item pick-up, drop-off, and delivery practices and policy.

Restoration is more of an art form than simply reattaching broken pieces and renewing colors and hues. When a tree is cut and milled to be made into furniture it is given a second purpose. A piece is created by a craftsman to provide many years of service, often staying in the same family for generations.

A professional restoration process can bring an old, often severely damaged heirloom back into a polished form of its original condition. Once again, the old tree is given another chance for usefulness and visual pleasure. With over 75 years of combined experience in woodworking/restoration, finishing and art, the craftsmen at RMFR will provide you with exceptional quality no matter the size and scope of your restoration needs.

We at RMFR consider it an honor to restore a piece created by a craftsman from so long ago. We often recognize recurring techniques used in various periods in history which are no longer practiced today and are able to duplicate the work as though standing side by side with the original master.