Our upholsterers have over 30 years experience with many different styles of furniture. Not all of the upholstery pieces we do are antiques; we also work on more modern pieces. Another part of our business is making cushions for outdoor furniture and boats. We carry a large selection of fabrics both in-stock and special order.
Reupholstered this fine set of highly carved chairs with rope turning surrounds.
Dining Room Chairs
These chairs were stored for many years and we gave them new life. Re-glued loose frames and veneer, finish was restored and seats reupholstered.
Testimonial from customer: “Thank you so very much. I feel fortunate to have you repair the chairs. Thanks so much for the beautiful Restoration and upholstery work on our chairs. You turned rugged looking chairs into a thing of beauty. Thanks again.”
Early Metal Frame Chair
We have only seen two of these in our 31 years of upholstery work. These are unusual and difficult to cover using traditional wood surface techniques. The entire base frame was re-glued and some metal parts repaired. It was reupholstered in velvet with diamond tufting and French gimp.
Vanity Stool and Side Chair
Repairs loose frame and beading. Reupholstered in a damask.
George Nakashima Walnut Lounge Chair
Replaced cushion support with elastabelt webbing.
Weight Room Equipment
Reupholstered seats and backs of work out room equipment.
This was a complete reupholstery job including spring work in the seat and tufting on the back.
Eastlake style settee
The old upholstery was completely removed and loose joints were re-glued. The seat has 8 way hand tied springs, the traditional horse hair with cotton padding and finally covered in a pretty tapestry type fabric to make a very comfortable and beautiful piece.
Victorian Sofa – c. 1860
The frame of this sofa was rather delicate. We re-enforced the joints with extra glue blocks. The upholstery was done in a traditional manor. The inside back has diamond tufting. This was a very time consuming project, but is a beautiful family piece to be used and enjoyed.
Antique European spade back chairs with inlaid design.
Frames were tightened as needed and seats reupholstered.
Reupholstery of 5 New York Square Back Side Chairs, circa 1800
1. Remove old leather seat, padding, webbing, etc. from chair.
2. Repair frame, i.e. loose joints cracked or broken wood, if necessary.
3. Replace foundation for seat.
4. Replace padding, hair etc.
5. Replace outer covering and add tacks for trim.
This beautiful rocker was completely reupholstered in the traditional manor with velvet fabric
La Jambre Chairs
These two La Jambre chairs, damaged by a flood, were stripped of upholstery to the frame and treated for mold. The new upholstery was replaced in the traditional manor.
This oak chair is about 80 years old. It was brought to us in very poor condition. The old finish was removed and replaced with a natural oak color to enhance the carvings and grain. The new upholstery made it a truly beautiful piece.
Our upholsterer is demonstrating the process of diamond tufting the back of this beautiful sofa. This type of upholstery was used quite often on pieces of this era.
These photos show the restoration of 4 side chairs that had loose frames and needed a complete re-glue and upholstery.
Custom mattresses can be made to fit older or unusual size beds.
Morris style chair
The two cushions for this chair were remade.
We do many contemporary pieces as well as antiques these are examples of newer pieces that were reupholstered.