Purchased from an auction this Victorian balloon back chair has been restored and reupholstered in Linwood Omega Prints. Bespoke designed by our customer, we think it looks amazing.
Just ready to be delivered to its home in Darlington. A plain side chaise longue reupholstered in a lovely Ross fabric self pattern. Similar to a damask with a small pattern.
A recliner chair we delivered to Darlington today. The fabric is P&S Balmoral Duck Egg Blue Check.
We can reupholster any chair in, almost, any fabric and what a difference a new fresh modern fabric can make. As you can see in this example.
A lovely classic sofa reupholstered in Linwood Velvet, Champagne.
Our customer also ordered arm caps and scatter cushions.
We handmade a bespoke corner sofa to fit the exact space in this room. Fabric is a Linwood Omega Velvet, colour teal. We added soft fibre back cushions along with foam seat cushions in a soft grade with a fibre top.
Handmade sofas our speciality as well as reupholstery repairs.
Customer made sofas and chairs | Contact us with your requirements.
Local to us, we restored and reupholstered this pair of chairs in a Ross Aquaclean Fabric in grey tweed.
A pair of matching rotating tub chairs. The chairs rotate on a metal circular base. Really interesting contemporary chairs.
I recognised this sofa as soon as I saw it. Originally sold through Barker and Stonehouse furniture shop back in the 1980s. It’s a quality piece of classic furniture, basically a relaxed oversized Chesterfields sofa without the deep buttons. Originally retailed in a Kilim fabric that was slightly rough to the touch, a bit like a Kilim rug, they were super cool, stylish, massive and expensive.
We have reupholstered at least two in the last year, therefore, we know the quality of the frame. This example, our customer purchased for £50 🙂 Now it looks like a few thousand pounds. Stunning.
Thanks to our customer for sending a photograph of the chair in its new home. It looks great, the Chatsworth Fabric blends nicely with the wood on the chair what an inviting place to sit.
They tend to be upholstered in sombre colours. Look what you can do to a traditional dining chair with a little flair. Fabulous Dining Chairs.
We have just delivered this lovely Sofa that we reupholstered in Linwood Omega Velvet. The result is quite stunning and the fabric so lovely to the touch.
A Parker Knoll wing chair reupholstered in Linwood Fabrics, Omega Italian Velvet.
Two very interesting and lovely chairs we reupholstered in flags. Stars and Stripes and the Union Jack. The best photo is the close up of the lion arm – see below. You may also be interested to see a chair we reupholstered in football shirts.
Reupholstered in Ross weave Aquclean. Solid oak framed dining chairs, a super set of six.
These dining chairs were reupholstered in white grained leather as requested by the customer. Previously upholstered in the cloth – see the original image below. We use only the finest Scottish leather, it looks amazing, feels fantastic and smells really lovely. The quality of these hides is way better than most manufactured leather furniture. The leather is 4mm thick so will take generations of use. They were boardroom chairs owned by the customer. We transformed into white for the dining room.
At first glance, you may be forgiven for thinking this is just an old dated dining chair. Look at the frame, particularly the curved and jointed front curve of the arms, the sheen of the varnish. This is a quality designer chair. Reupholstered in a high-grade Scottish leather it took two hides to complete the set of six. Now an upgraded design piece that will sit well in a modern or contemporary home.
Full restoration of a lovely Edwardian antique chair. Upholstered in a deep blue fabric by Ross of Leeds in crushed velvet.
‘3-2-1’. A three-seater plus a two-seater and a chair. A set of a modern ‘Saddle’ style lounge sofas and chair. We reupholstered this for our customer in a Ross Aquaclean fabric.
An Ikea sofa? Although it tends to be more cost-effective to reupholster high end furniture, retro, collectors and antique furniture we are more often now restoring, altering and reupholstering originally lower costed soft furniture, like this Ikea sofa; which looks and feels absolutely delightful.
Reasons vary; from the customer just likes the style and it fits the room to not able to find the style they like and sometimes just wanted to design their own sofa reusing an established frame for environmental reasons.
The benefit too is that once restored this sofa is something else. We strip the original sofa to its bare frame, fix and amend and make good all the internals then reupholster from there. Fabrics and materials are of a much higher standard and quality than those used for furniture manufactured to a tight budget. Therefore here we have a bespoke, customised hand-built high-quality sofa made in Britain that will last a generation. Is it still an Ikea sofa?
Fireside Chair reupholstered in Linwood Italian Velvet. Parker Knoll in style.
This is a fifteen your old good quality chair from Barker & Stonehouse that our customer wanted to replace but he could not find a suitable sized, styled and comfortable chair. So they came to us to have it restored and reupholstered. This is a great option – you can select a new fabric and even adjust the seating and detail. I think the orange fabric is a great choice.
I may use this word too often, ‘stunning’ and I may say this too often, ‘I want to take it home!’ Both apply here. We restored this 1930s sofa and reupholstered in a mustard Linwood Omega Italian Velvet. The quality, detail and styling are exquisite.
Our customer looked for this exact style for some time, originally made in Denmark, she found it on eBay and shipped it to us. It’s art you can sit on.