A patterned chair can instantly transform a room and we love turning preloved furniture into something a little more special by upholstering it in one of our vibrant fabrics! We offer a few different options on upholstery which include;

One-of-a-kind pieces - We have a select number of pieces available to buy on our website. These pieces are often very limited so if you spot something you love, let us know and we'll do our best to provide a shipping quote. Free collection is available from our Glasgow store.

[caption id="attachment_12982" align="alignnone" width="900"]Furniture-Blog-2 Peggy Midnight chair, before and after[/caption]

Sofa.com - We recently collaborated with Sofa.com to create a collection of armchairs, sofas and ottomans. You can shop the full collection from the Sofa.com Glasgow showroom. They have some pieces covered in our fabric which can be customised.

[caption id="attachment_12828" align="alignnone" width="900"]Sofa.com-1 Seafield chair and ottoman from Sofa.com[/caption]

Bespoke Upholstery -  You can bring a chair you would like given a makeover into our Glasgow store and we can have it reupholstered for you in a fabric of your choice - lots to choose from including our beautiful plain fabrics too like wool and velvet! Just bring in a picture of your chair or drop us an email with the picture at [email protected] If you’ve got an idea in mind but no chair we can source a vintage chair for you and arrange the reupholstery and offer help on choosing a fabric - you can pop in to store to discuss your ideas with us.

[caption id="attachment_12977" align="alignnone" width="900"]Furniture-Blog-1 James Summer chair[/caption]

Sofas & Stuff - Our fabric collection is available through Sofas & Stuff nationwide and you can go in to their stores and customise any of their beautiful sofas, beds and armchairs with our fabric!

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Contact us on 01412210724 or [email protected] to get your upholstery project started!