Heather’s passion for history and fine craftsmanship has drawn her to a career preserving the past. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 1999 with a BFA in Restoration, she completed a traditional apprenticeship with master craftsman Jonathan Burden. In 2006, she went on to form Heather Walsh Restorations. For the past 15 years Heather has worked with some of the most prestigious dealers, auction houses, museums and outstanding private collections in the tristate area, and has had the privilege to work on some of the finest furniture in the US today.
At Heather Walsh Restorations, we pledge to provide supreme craftsmanship to all of our projects. Whether your piece is an 18th Century English Chest or a 20th Century Danish Chair, no detail, no matter how small, will be overlooked. If you wish to restore the original beauty, modernize an out of date look with a contemporary finish, or repurpose an old piece to better fit your lifestyle, we will respect the hand of the original maker, and whenever possible, use reclaimed wood and hardware ensuring no loss of value. We believe, with a gentle touch using authentic materials and techniques it is possible to deliver superior workmanship and exceed client expectations.