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FURNITURE CANING

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The Cane Connection is dedicated to the highest levels in chair caning, rush, and all other aspects of chair seating. Hand-cane, pressed cane, woven and rush chairs once common, are becoming harder to find because few people have the skill and knowledge needed to do the intricate weaving. Caning and rushing is a unique and almost lost art. However, thanks to Cynthia and Steve, who are happy to cane and rush your heirloom and daily use furniture the art is not lost. They take special pride in repairing and rejuvenating your furniture. The Cane Connection has been proudly serving the Richmond and surrounding areas for 20 years.

Please come by and see our shop anytime during business hours
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What We Do

Hole To Hole

Pressed Cain

Porch Weave

Rush

HOW IT WORKS

Call or Email

845.294.1617

countyseatcaning@gmail.com

What have you got that needs fixing

We will identify what kind of caning you need.

Gotta look at it

Come to the shop or we’ll come to you, evaluate your piece and give you a price.

Passion For Caning & Weaving

With an appreciation for old houses, furniture, tools, door locks, light fixtures, anything old, I have spent many years fixing things.  Restoring old things and working with my hands has for all my life been a pleasure. Most things today cannot be fixed. I had a porch chair that needed a new seat so I taught myself how to fix it. It became an obsession. There are so many beautiful things to cane!

Hand caning and weaving is time-consuming, meticulous and very satisfying work. Using renewable resources, carrying on an ancient craft, generating little hazardous waste add to my sense of well-being. Giving new life to a well-made piece of furniture and returning it to you ready to sit on and touch again — makes me smile. 

This is why I do what I do.

With an appreciation for old houses, furniture, tools, door locks, light fixtures, anything old, I have spent many years fixing things.  Restoring old things and working with my hands has for all my life been a pleasure. Most things today cannot be fixed. I had a porch chair that needed a new seat so I taught myself how to fix it. It became an obsession. There are so many beautiful things to cane!

Hand caning and weaving is time-consuming, meticulous and very satisfying work. Using renewable resources, carrying on an ancient craft, generating little hazardous waste add to my sense of well-being. Giving new life to a well-made piece of furniture and returning it to you ready to sit on and touch again — makes me smile. 

This is why I do what I do.

Get In Touch

Serving The Lower Hudson Valley

Phone: 845.294.1617

 Hours: 9 am-5 pm Call Ahead