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How It Works

How It Works

How it works

Having your older artworks and photos restored is much easier than you think, particularly when you can tap into the friendly expertise of the Art Land team. And, think of the consequences, what happens if you ignore the problems and leave it too late – can your favourite pieces be replaced?

How to restore your old photos

If you need photos restored, simply bring your old photos to our showroom and have a chat with one of our digital consultants. We will assess the damage and give you a quote to restore the image. You then also have the option of printing a new copy of the restored image on a range of our quality papers or canvas.

We can work with any of these types of images:

  • Photos
  • Slides
  • Negatives
  • Digital images (please bring in a USB or CD with the image)

How to restore your antique frames and original artworks

Art Land engages the use of professional art restorers when providing quotes and services to restore antique frames and all types of original artworks. Our current external consultant has over 40 years experience and is renowned throughout the industry for his expertise.

Once you have brought your piece into the showroom, our design consultants will review your art and frame and will talk with you about the restoration possibilities. They will then organise for our consultant to provide a restoration quote on the work at his next visit.

After our consultant has had time to inspect and assess your artwork, the Art Land team will contact you with the quote for the restoration services.

Typically after an original art work has been restored, it is important to re-frame it using modern, conservation based materials that will protect it from future damage – and ensure it looks absolutely wonderful going forward.

Have a look around your home… do you have older art works that are slowly fading due to age, UV light or poor framing? Don’t leave it too late – talk to our team about restoration options for your art today.

CASE STUDY: Saving Historical Keepsakes