Dufine Furniture

Family Operated Since 1946

Dufine Furniture is a family owned and operated furniture making, furniture refinishing and furniture restoration business serving New York, Connecticut and New Jersey areas since 1947.

Dufine Furniture will build custom furniture to suit your needs. We are also a premium furniture restoration, furniture refinishing and furniture repair company. In 1947 Nicholas Dufine Furniture Decorators opened. The custom finishing and antique restoration business started out small but as decorators discovered the high quality of work, this small business began to grow substantially.

Throughout the years we have finished furniture, restored furniture and upholstered furniture for all types of people as well as custom built pieces by design of our customer or client whom range from high-powered business professionals to the ordinary working person.

We can refinish everything from old antiques, to leather desk tops, pianos, and even antique luggage's. You can select the finish of your choice from a painted finish, faux or a variety of textured finishes. We understand that every antique has a story and we will carefully restore and polish any hardwares, bringing new life to your antique.

White Desk (simple re-carvings, stripped, sanded, new coat of paint) 

Two Tone Chair - Reupholstered and Restored 

Mahogany Side Chair Restored and Upholstered with Horse Hair 

Bench - Restored , Re-Caned and Reupholstered 

Two Tone Chair - Reupholstered and Restored 

Love Seat - Restored and Reupholstered 

Ottoman - Restored and Reupholstered 

"Brooklyn Brownstone Mantle" 

"Brooklyn Brownstone Mantle" 

"Brooklyn Brownstone Mantle" had significant fire damage. we added new hand-carved pieces to the front of the 10ft white oak mantle and did a full restoration job. 

New life brought to this timeless piece! Re-Carved, Sanded, Stain Applied. 

Dresser Top. Brought to us by one of our favorite clients. This piece had significant scratches which we were able to remove. after the scratches were removed we added a new coat of lacquer to seal to deal 

Gold Leafing 

Photography by Michael Chillemi