Hoosier cabinets have been an American kitchen staple since the early 1900s. These cabinets were designed with the intention of providing homeowners with a storage space that could hold all of their kitchen essentials. Over the years, these cabinets have undergone an evolution from being simple and practical to being fancy and decorative. In this article, we will explore the evolution of Hoosier cabinets and discuss what makes them so charming.
Category Archives: Blog
The advice offered here is free. If you have a special item once own by Thomas Jefferson or the like, then seek a professional on values and refinishing. The advice here is knowledge picked up over the years by me which I have found useful. Museum restoration is a science and we offer no advice in these areas. Much of the advice offered here isn’t suitable for “priceless antiques”. The offering of this advice is to assist you.
If you own an antique trunk, you know how valuable and significant it can be to your family history and heritage. However, these pieces can also be fragile and susceptible to damage over time. Don’t let a damaged trunk go to waste! With some bravery and know-how, you can repair and restore your antique trunk to its former glory.