Furniture Upholstery

Stripes, stripes, stripes. Our customer loved the stripes on her sofa but knew they were dated and the wing style with buttons in the back cushions felt early American. We altered the frame slightly by removing the wing extensions. Omitting the buttons in the back cushions gives a cleaner, more contemporary look that compliments the …

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Nothing says country casual like the blue and white country print in the “before” picture! But our customer decided to use the chair in her living room. For that, it had to be dressed up a little. She obtained the perfect formal look using this tone on tone stripe with a subtle sheen.

Our customer wanted to display the family heirloom as part of her room décor and provide a fun chair for her grandkids when they visit. As you can see in the before picture, it had been well used. We removed the old fabric and padding and tightened the frame. The wood rockers were refinished to …

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Dated fabric was just one problem for this classically styled sitting chair. At some point in its history, a resourceful do-it-yourselfer reupholstered the chair. We had never seen fabric used quite like this for spring webbing before, but had to admire its patchwork quilt look! After removing all the old fabric and padding, the frame …

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This upholstery project rejuvenates two pieces that were extremely past their prime. Would you guess the sofa was originally a solid deep blue and not the two-toned blue it came in? On both the sofa and chair, the poly-stuffed back cushions broke down, forever to look saggy and being uncomfortable. The remedy is filling the …

Sofa and Chair Rejuvenation Read More