Fabrics you can clean with water.
WHAT IS AQUACLEAN?
Aquaclean technology is a revolutionary fabric treatment that allows you to clean stains using water only. This provides you with simple fabric maintenance in the minimum amount of time.
Aquaclean helps to remove the majority of household stains (wine, ink, sauce, fat, mud, chocolate, cream, etc.) making life easier and giving you more time for the more important things.
HOW DOES AQUACLEAN WORK?
AquacleanTechnology is an advanced fabric protector for upholstery of all kinds. It’s a treatment that covers every fiber with an invisible molecular layer that prevents dirt from penetrating the fabric.
Commercial work – here are a couple of pub chairs we replaced the seat pad, upholsterd and finished with a traditional nail stud-strip.
I like the wool fabric choice. Better than the old red vinyl from pubs in the past!
A beautiful and extremely comfortable Victorian chair.
Fully restored to include all hand-tied base springs and padding with a wad base. Now looking as-new at over 100 years old. Upholstered in W&B Scottish leather.
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There are many versions of this style of chair. Often called a ‘Parker Knoll’ type chair or a fireside chair, wingback chair.
Reupholstered in a delightful blue fabric provided by our customer.
Two three seater sofas
Restored and reupholstered in a classic Linwood fabric.
Upholstered in midnight blue Chatsworth fabric.
Trimmed in a traditional braid.
The midnight blue Chatsworth Genova velour is so rich and lovely to touch.
Reupholstered ‘Lift-Lid’ Footstool
Upholstered in our customer’s own fabric.
I always have a footstool on my house. They make sitting and chatting with a cuppa really comfortable as you rest your feet and you can place the tea tray there too.
This example has a lift-lid to store games, magazines and any other clutter you may have to quickly clear the room – X-Box controllers mostly in my house:)
This example is very a large footstool with button top.
No feet-up on this one please 🙂
We restore and reupholster all types and all age antique dining chairs.
Here are a lovely set of Georgian spoon-back dining chairs ready for reupholstery.
I will add a photo of the completed chairs here once completed – if I remember:)
Dining chairs come in many styles
This one is dark teak framed chair with a heavy rubberised and foam seat pad which is very firm to sit on but extremely comfortable for all sizes and weights – adults and children alike.
A super quality chair that is part of a ten-set we reupholstered in a beige weave durable fabric for a long dinner service!
Here are two Antique Dining chairs with reupholstered seats and pin edged corners.
We made two sets of loose covers for this customers bedroom chairs.
Customers own fabric. Tidies up two kids bedroom chairs – looks cool!
Interesting this chair as it has a low back rail with a high back foam cushion. The back cushion fits behind the seat foam. Possibly a Ikea designed chair.
Antique Furnishings Repaired and Reupholstered
Use the experts in North East and Yorkshire for the job of perfection.
Select from over 2000 fabrics and add the detail you require. Sympathetic restoration is our pleasure!
“I am thrilled with the result, they are wonderful. I have ordered new blinds and am looking for “pieces” to finish dressing the room.
I would thank you all for your friendliness and professional attitude.
I would have no problem recommending you to anyone thinking of reupholstering furniture.”
Customer in Manfield near Darlington.
See photos of the completed conservatory furniture
This fine example of an Ercol Chair.
Always a pleasure to work with. Our customer chose a plaid shade to coordinate with the bentwood English elm, a perfect fresh look.
A little about Ercol
Since 1944 Ercol have was produced chairs with a bentwood frame and an arched back supporting delicate spindles. The wood selected was English elm – a wood previously thought impossible to bend because it distorted.
Car seats are not something we reupholster too often.
We usually only work on car seat restoration rather that regular repairs etc.
This customer asked us to restore front and back seats of his ‘desert find’ Cadillac from Arizona where it sat for 30 years.
This is an interesting historic car seat resoration.
Real leather hide was requested to replace the original blue and grey, cloth now almost turned to dust.
Here are the The Cadillac Eldorado seats waiting to be stripped down – I wonder what we may find inside? Hopefully not a rattle snake!
Photos of the completed Cadillac Car Seats below.
The Leather Hides ready for the car seat restoration.
Really ‘on-trend’ Retro Furniture
Some chairs just have ‘IT’ and this sweet 1960’s easy chair I love.
Really neat so it fits in our modern homes. A delicate colour chosen by our customer in a beautiful to the touch wool mix by Linwood. Very fashionable at the moment, will always be a classic and very comfortable too.
The word retro signifies looking backward. When designers, manufacturers and customers speak about retro furniture, we are referring to a style of furniture that looks back with nostalgia and pays homage to styles that were popular in the past. Currently furniture designers are inspired by 60s and 70s – this one is the genuine item.
Namely, retro furniture was popular in the decades of 1950s, 1960s, 1970s. Recently, the industry has added the 80s to the list, which personally I am shocked at. I love 1960’s like this chair but the 80s?