RANDALL BARBERA and LISA CHAPMAN are the people who own and operate Antique Trunk Restoration and Design..  What started as a hobby many years ago, now has grown into the “Go-To” place on the West Coast (and nationally) for those demanding the utmost quality antique trunk restoration available today.  Antique Trunk Restoration and Design estimates that over one thousand antique and vintage trunks have been restored in less than a decade and the passion for old trunks (and also the rigorous work schedule) that belong to both Randall and Lisa, is the engine that keeps them excited about their work.   Attention to minute detail, creative design and ‘fix-it’ skills, expert craftsmanship combined with the ability to really listen to our clients, are some of the reasons why the company has the outstanding reputation that it enjoys.

“We have the best jobs in the world! “ notes RANDALL BARBERA.  “Every antique trunk that comes to our shop is unique, with special needs and requiring varied attention.  How could you ever get bored with projects that are so different and that require such individual creative solutions?”

Each and every antique trunk restoration project that we have had the privilege of working on has equal priority and we guarantee that every client will be completely satisfied with our work. If you have a steamer trunk, wardrobe trunk (yes, we are probably the only company in the US to restore these!), Jenny Lind, barrel top trunk, camel back trunk, coffee table trunk, Louis Vuitton, Goyard or ANY make or model in need of repair or a facelift, Antique Trunk Restoration and Design has solutions.

Over the years, we have assembled a vast network of suppliers with the highest quality parts and materials and although we are not sellers of parts, BRETTUNS VILLAGE in Maine is where we purchase the majority of supplies needed to provide the high level of service which we are known for.  You will find just about everything you could possibly need relating to antique trunks, and more. Our highest endorsement goes to Churchill Barton, owner of BRETTUNS VILLAGE. Check them out at www.brettunsvillage.com.