Reupholstery of a chair and foot stool mixed with family owned antique finds
We all have some pieces of furniture like sofas, chairs and beds in our homes that have already lived good, long lives and let’s be honest, probably seen better days. Instead of tossing these out and replacing them with new furniture, a great, creative, and cost-effective way to inject new life into these pieces is re-upholstery.
Along with the cost-savings related to re-upholstery, there is a whole range of environmental benefits that come from this craft. Reupholstering furniture means that their original frame and springs are still used, however, the piece is given a whole new look – giving the feel of a new piece, without all the waste and resource use. This extends the lifetime of your furnishings, keeping them out of landfills for longer and reducing the amount of raw materials needed for new furniture production.
Re-upholstery is a great way to elevate your space – turning the furniture you already have into new, bespoke pieces which will be completely unique to your home while caring for the planet at the same time.
Interior Architecture and Design