A sofa completely re-upholstered in Knockando Wool Mill’s Farragon tweed fabric.
A well-loved heirloom chair was given a make-over to transform it. During the course of refurbishing the chair, a crack in the frame was glued up and secured and damage to the seat was repaired. The show wood was revived and cleaned and two coats of polish applied to fully enhance this beautiful piece.
A lovely nursing chair given a refresh
It’s always nice to produce work that transforms tired but much-loved furniture into fresh and vibrant new best-friends. This is one such job. My client was keen for something a bit different, so mixing and matching plaid and plain fabrics with contrasting piped detail, hit the mark nicely.
Both sofa and chair were stripped to the frame then new upholstery built up, finished with lovely 100% wool top fabric to improve look and comfort. The addition of new seat cushions and additional wadding to back cushions rejuvenates the feel and look of both pieces.
An interesting job, to upholster a chest designed to hold a sofa bed. This was covered in Moon Heritage skye heather, a beautiful soft and luxurious fabric.
A pillow-top footstool fully re-upholstered and re-covered, bringing it back to life for a delighted customer.
A comfy cushion made to suit this delightful pew.
A classic Parker Knoll wing back chair which has been stripped down to the frame then built up and fully re-upholstered. Knockando Woolmill fabric has been used to cover the chair to give a classic and stylish look.
A cosy 2 seater sofa transformed with a bright new look.
A vintage sewing box transformed into a plush and bright talking piece.
Two easy chairs re-covered in Ross Fabrics Montana Brushstrokes Nutmeg.