Detailed photographs of a Plaid chair we reupholstered see photos here and more of our work.
Classic Furniture – The sofa in these photos has been reupholstered by us twice in the last 20 years – still going strong and is truly a Classic.
Our customer sourced and provided the fabric and designed the arm covers with tassels and detail of the matching rope. A wonderfu selection.
This is a favorite chair of our customer.
Restored to as-new condition with a modern Ross Aquaclean fabric.
Double Camel Back Edwardian Sofa reupholstered in Linwood fabric – Marlborough Weaves Maize.
These were extremely popular in the early 1900’s, therefore, we see a lot of them. A sofa that can turn into a chaise long and an occasional bed. The arm has a substantial metal mechanism to ‘drop’ the arm.
The quality of build is extremely robust, I know this from experience as I have owned one for over twenty years. Mine has moved house at least three times and has lived in the lounge, hall, bedroom, holiday cottage and now sits in the kitchen. Kids have used it as a climbing frame and I sat on it last night – it’s in perfect condition. A 100-year-old sofa – Truly amazing.
Chesterfield Sofa in deep red velour. They never date and good quality versions are designed so they are extremely robust – look great and last a long time.
Chairs restored with beautiful bolster cushion.
Antique – Chaise we restored including the before and after photos – take a look below:
Howard Chairs have the international reputation of being the ‘Rolls Royce of chairs. Established in 1820 as Howard & Sons, made in London to order they are built using traditional methods. The timeless design we have seen these chairs occasionally for 30 years.
This one we restored in blue velvet for our customer.
Here is an example of a sofa we made loose covers in Linwood fabric, Damaske.
Cintique Chair Wood Frame Restoration
The colour combination with the chrome frame is really stunning.
See the detail stitching – the feel of this fabric feels just like a high-grade leather.
A Small Knole Sofa
This is quite a rare Knole Sofa – I’ve never seen one of this size and it is quite unique in that the styling is squared. Possibly a 1930’s bespoke made to order piece. Great to fit our modern homes with timeless elegance.
A lambing chair that we reupholstered for artist Ed Kluz. Ed is a painter, illustrator, and printmaker. He designed the fabric for this chair for an exhibition in The Scottish Gallery, Dundas Street, Edinburgh. 3rd – 27th October 2018.
His work explores our relationship with the past through notions of English Romanticism. Read more about Ed.
Here are two occasional chairs we restored and reupholstered.
I’ve added nice close-up photographs to show the detailed quality of our work.
I am often asked ‘what will it look like when it comes back’. Our reupholstery service is not a second option to buying new. When we restore a chair or sofa etc we re-manufacture to the highest standard. In some cases actually better than the original mass produced furniture or as close as we can when restoring ancient and antique furniture. For example, we will use tacks and horse hair to match ancient reupholstery work.
Bridgecraft suite bought in 1972 rarely used only on special occasions. Fully refurbished in beautiful Linwood fabric. A complete transformation from the original dralon with ruching. We now have this modern woven fabric with simple piping and no fringe.
The 2 fireside chairs were fully restored in Linwood woolen tartan fabulous compliment to the suite.
And a lovely touch child’s rocking chair long in the family covered in the tartan. Very cute and perfect for the new arrival when she grows into it.
Very happy customers ??
Really cute sat side by side
Part of a Bridgecraft set refurbished and reupholstered in Linwood fabric.
Our customer requested loose covers for her sofa. The requirements were: very simple covers, no piping, and no skirt. Below are the results, I think this style works well with the simple yet chic fabric choice and the pleasing lines of the sofa.
Looks rather ‘French chic’ I think.
You see these chairs often. If the frame is good – and due to the structural shape they usually are – these are a great basis to make your own bespoke bedroom or occasional chair – I have one in my office.
Our customer decided on this lovely blue that really looks great.
Before on the left by the way 🙂