Recover Your Furniture So It Feels Like New
Upholstery in Edinburgh
We believe that beautiful furniture deserves to continue to be admired and used. That’s why we take great pride in every single project we take on.
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What Is Upholstery?
There are so many different types of upholstery materials that we use, but the most common ones are vinyl, foam, cotton padding and leather. We carefully select the right type according to your furniture’s needs.
Reason being, we spend time carefully re-applying the upholstery materials into your furniture so that it sits evenly, enhances comfort levels and looks great!
If your interested in improving the look and feel of your furniture, please get in touch and we’ll happily provide you with a free quotation.
Enjoy your furniture againJust because your furniture is looking a little worn doesn’t mean it isn’t loved.
Get more comfortableThrough our specialist techniques, we’re able to enhance the comfortability
Fit right inWe can help your furniture fit in better with your current home design.
1. Strip Back & Repair
2. Structure & Support
3. Replace Padding
4. Felt Layering
5. Fabric Finish
Fine fabric is one thing, but it’s what you do with it that makes a piece of furniture look the part. Our upholstery experts in Edinburgh can customise your piece with a number of different options of your choosing.
30 Years Of ExperienceOur extensive experience in upholstery gives us the confidence in our ability to restore almost any piece.
Highly TrustedWith many customers around the Glasgow area, we are your go-to service for upholstery.
Free Upholstery AdviceBefore we begin any work, we give you complete clarity on what work needs completed
Frequently Asked Questions
When should you contact an upholster?
Truth is if you aren’t sure that your furniture needs an upholsterer service, then you probably don’t. An upholsterer’s job is to refurbish your upholstery when it gets to the stage that you are no longer enjoying it anymore. That could be because it is no longer comfortable or because the furniture looked tired and worn out.
It’s important to consider that just because you have a piece that is looking old, doesn’t mean that it cannot become something equally beautiful or even better. The opportunities to change the style, pattern, and colour of your furniture is limitless. When you see the difference, you’ll think you’re looking at a new sofa, but at the same time hold the memories of your old one.
Why upholster rather than buy a new sofa?
There are so many advertisements on television these days for new sofas, but what we notice is that these pieces aren’t built like they used to. They’re often shipped in internationally from massive factories where there is little care for the finer details such as you might expect from an antique piece. Not only that, but we find that antique furniture is without a doubt, much more pleasing on the eye.
So, why upholster rather than buy new? If we had to sum it up in a word it would be memories. There is something about furniture that you just can’t forget. Maybe we’re just the nostalgic type, but the items you value help you define who you are and those memories that have been built up over years should not be forgotten.
What upholstery techniques do you use?
What is modern upholstery?
What is traditional upholstery?
Traditional upholstery is most suitable for antique chairs (typically from the 19th and early 20th century. We use natural materials such as horsehair or coir fibre, hessian or linen as well as tacks or fixings.
This style uses complex stitching techniques to make firm stitched edges. Traditional upholstery is extremely labour intensive and requires a great deal of skill and years of experience to master.