Antique and Contemporary Furniture Repair, Refinishing, and Restoration Services.
Est. 1952 in Stamford, CT.
Raphael’s Furniture Restoration, LLC has provided masterful furniture repair and restoration services for over 64 years. Master Craftsman Mark DeVito has earned a respectable reputation in Fairfield County. Read more about Mark and Raphael’s in the news or read reviews.
All furniture repair, Antique Furniture Repair, Hand stripping, Refinishing, Restoration, Sun bleach repair, Fire and smoke damage repair, Water damage repair, Dog bite repair, French polishing, Touch ups, Lacquer, Shellac, Gold leaf, Veneer, Inlays, Chair Caning and Rushing.
Staring in April, There will be days when Mark DeVito, owner of Raphael’s Furniture will be in the work-shop on HGTV’s The Flea Market Flip Show with host Lara Spencer. The show will be filmed on certain days through July. All work will be in progress and by appointment during this time. The best way to contact us is to leave a message by Phone: 203-348-3079. A daily message will say when we are open or filming. You can also email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org . It may take a day to get back to you. Pick-up or delivery of new or completed work can be arranged during this time also. Thank You.
Visit our On-Line Showroom when you “Shop in Uncle Mark’s Office” See our current line of one of a kind furniture & collectables.
“Client’ s say that our showroom is like going to a mini museum”.
All Items are guaranteed to be 100 % Authentic as described for life or your money back.
We offer Restored Furniture, Autographs, Vintage Posters, Lobby Cards, Comics, Engravings, Watercolors, Newspapers, Antiquities, Civil War, Petrified Wood, Fossils, Meteorites, Space, Natural Wonders, Mid-Century Items and Mirrors.
Just click the “Shop in Uncle Mark’s Office” Tab to see & shop for that unique gift. You are always welcome to see the collection in person.
We accept PayPal & All Credit Cards. Thank You. Mark DeVito
New Restoration Videos Have been added to the Restorations’ Tab.
A History of Furniture Repair
Raphael’s was established in 1959 by Ralph J. DeVito. Ralph worked for many years side by side with over 80 European craftsmen at Danersk Furniture. Most noteworthy, Danersk Furniture became very successful, manufacturing over 1,200 different styles of furniture.
After Ralph retired, he passed along Raphael’s Furniture Restoration, as well as his skills and expertise, to his son Mark DeVito. Now Raphael’s offers many restoration services. Our clients rage from private homes, dealers, interior decorators, corporate headquarters, and historical societies.
In the “Antique Care” section, find simple do-it-yourself techniques for furniture repair, like how to remove water marks and wax from furniture and how to treat a case of wood worm.
Directions to Raphael’s Furniture Restoration LLC.
HOW TO FIND US ONCE YOUR HERE. Click link to view video directions. https://youtu.be/9AoAGRyGEEI
When you enter the Glenbrook Industrial Park, drive around the building clockwise.
Follow our “Raphael’s” signs all the way around the building to the very end. You will pass a brick smokestack. An auto detail shop is on the left. Raphael’s is on the right side.
Interstate 95 North
Take Exit 9 toward US-1/CT-106/ Glenbrook. Turn Left onto Seaside Ave. Then turn Left onto US-1/E Main St/Boston Post Rd. Turn Right onto Courtland Ave/CT-106 (1.1 miles to end). Turn Right onto Glenbrook Rd/CT-106. End at Glenbrook Industrial Park on left.
Interstate 95 South
Take Exit 9 toward US-1/CT-106/ Glenbrook. Then turn Right onto US-1/E Main St/Boston Post Rd. Turn Right onto Courtland Ave/CT-106. Turn Right onto Glenbrook Rd/CT-106 (1.1 miles to end). End at Glenbrook Industrial Park on the left.
Merritt Parkway North
Take the CT-106/Old Stamford Rd/Exit 36. Continue to follow CT-106. Then turn Right onto Middlesex Rd/CT-106. Continue to follow CT-106. End at Glenbrook Industrial Park on the right.
Merritt Parkway South
Take the CT-106/Old Stamford Rd/Exit 36. Then continue to follow CT-106. Turn Right onto Middlesex Rd/CT-106. Continue to follow CT-106. End at Glenbrook Industrial Park on the right.