These occasional antique chairs originally designed as a nursing chair work as a lovely feature and occasional seating.
Our customer chose the distinctive pheasant fabric that I think really changes the look to a modern classic.
A clever combination!
So cute and great for modern homes this fully restored Parker Knoll sofa will look lovely in a bedroom or snug.
See it on the bench during restoration.
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.
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.
Antique Furnishings Repaired and Reupholstered
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Select from over 2000 fabrics and add the detail you require. Sympathetic restoration is our pleasure!
A delightful pair of Georgian Dining Chairs
Reupholstered in a Ross weave.
A customer chose a really fresh choice of fabric colour-way with a matching braid. These classics look beautiful in any home setting, modern or traditional. Not only beautifully made but they are surprisingly heavy. Try picking one up, you’ll get a bit of a shock! Oh and i love the colours!
I really love this now Funky Footstool
Designed by our customer in London this simple footstool has been made into a really interesting and unique footstool which I’m sure will be a great talking point.
Upholstered – in part – with an old potato sack. The sacking was quite stretchy so Barry lined the underside with an upholstery material and aded two panels each side to completely cover the footstool showing the potato sack set in the middle.
I thought this piece deserved three photos – we just love its clever idea/design and simplicity.
See the detail on this perfect neat occasional chair
Reupholstered in a stylish woven fabric.
Conservatory Furniture, Orangery or Florida room etc.
If you have good quality solid frame conservatory furniture, its worth reupholstering or in most cases simply recovering the cushions in a modern up to date fabric. We can also replace or re-wrap the fibre back cushions and foam seat cushions.
Fabric used on mass produced conservatory furniture often is cotton based, thin and made to a cost. The sun of course eventually breaks it down and your left with a good frame.
An option is to custom make a bespoke replacement with an upholstery grade quality fabric.
Not only is this a cost effective way to build a quality bespoke product, it also means you don’t have to shop for (often inferior) replacement – you keep the furniture that you know and know it fits.
This example was recovered in a stunning Linwood fabric that really suits the style of room.
When Jo delivered the reupholstered cushions the room was not quite finished but I promised I would send photographs so please find these attached. 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.
Best wishes, Ida.
PS just waiting for warm weather to use the cushion on wrought iron garden seat!
An antique footstool reupholstered in leather to match fireside chair.
We recently restored an antique fireside chair in this leather hide. There was just enough to cover this footstool also – so here it is about completed waiting on the bench for the finishing touches of the upholstery round headed pins in each corner. See the ‘Rolls Royce’ corner stitch in the detailed photo – Lovely!
Put your feet up!
Its not just ‘re-covering’
This is restoration. As you can see in the photos below; we strip the furniture back and remove the, in this case 200 year old, padding and reconstruct using modern variations of horse hair and modern wadding. Checking and fixing the frame then we re-fit/replace and tie-in with twine the coil springs.
Modern furniture is not built this way. And this type of furniture was an expensive luxury in its day, therefor it was built to a very high standard. The comfort is something else.
We have a 1904 chair in our shop – come and sit in it, you wont want to leave – remember we close at 5!
Antique furniture is amazing value currently
Restored and reupholstered in a modern fabric creates a classic that will last for a very long time. A lovely antique button back chair restored and reupholstered in a light soft velvet – gorgeous!
Good Quality Furniture Will Last and Last….
Buy quality furniture and it will last a lifetime, actually better value that buying new. We reupholstered this fine Wesley and Barrell chair which was purchased over 20 years ago – maybe more. Wesley-Barrell, a British company since 1895 makes traditional and contemporary furniture. Restored and reupholstered furniture is returned to our customers in ‘as new’ condition, to last another 20 years – now that is good value!
Professional and Long-Lasting Quality Reupholstery for the Commercial Business; Pub, Bar and Restaurant Work
We work for ‘Toby Carvery’ through the North East and many of our amazing Pubs, Bars, Hotels and Restaurants. Commercial work is completed as and when required to fit with the business schedules. Nearly all jobs will need to be uplifted to our workshop and in some cases we can provide loan chairs – for a hotel for example so you can keep on trading.
Here is an example of a restaurant where the designer included some upholstered button back walls – quite effective.
A nursing chair is a chair that’s comfortable when nursing an infant, set low with a deep seat.
In Victorian times the nursing chair was a low seated partially upholstered chair, comfortable and easy to move to where best and warmest, often by the low fire in days of old. We find them often from old houses that ‘back in the day’ actually had a nursery.
This chair form was particularly popular in England and found primarily in upper class homes. The types of wood most frequently used were oak, rosewood or walnut,this example is fully upholstered. Often passed down through the family, a nursing chair can hold those lovely memories of nursing the child in the middle of the night.
Always a magical chair and now used mostly as a bedroom occasional chair or dressing table chair or something to throw clothes on! Always pretty and a popular restoration.