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An ongoing series of informational entries

How we Became Caning Canada - Seat Weaving While RVing

Caning Canada Seat Weaving While RVing

Wondering how these crazy kids became Caning Canada - seat weaving while RVing?

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Is my Cesca / B32 Authentic or a Reproduction?

Cesca chair

The Cesca and the B32 Chair are truly beloved.

The Chair is part of modern homes everywhere, with its everlasting design now almost 100 years old. The Chair has a beautiful simplicity to its design.

Subtle curves balance the Chair; the light and airiness provided by a cantilevered form and caned seat and backrest seem to float in thin air.

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The Unobstructed Chair Frame Provides for Weaving Bliss

I want to share a bit about the flexibility the unobstructed chair frame presents to you and Caning Canada.

An unobstructed chair frame presents a blank pallet to showcase your personal preferences and accent your chosen decor. I won't judge your choices because it's not in my nature. 

Let's embrace your creativity, and if you would like our opinion, we would be happy to share them with you as we come to a material and weaving style for your chair.

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Benefits of Restoring Vintage and Antique Woven Furniture

Cane back ding chairs
Caned Wegner headboard
Wegner Chair 23 Dining Chair

Even though it may not seem like it, by restoring and refinishing your existing furniture instead of buying new, you are helping to do your part in protecting our environment. 

Scientific data shows that restoring and refinishing your furniture can drastically reduce your carbon footprint.

Don't live in a throwaway society. There’s a dark side to the home makeover called furniture waste, also known in the industry as “f-waste.”

Since furniture can’t easily be recycled like other types of waste, it often gets dumped in a landfill.

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