Custom Upholstery of Home Furnishings
Photos of completed custom upholstery projects. Worn or outmoded furniture transformed into rejuvenated pieces tailored to suit individual styles and spaces. Use the group links below to narrow down to the type of furniture that interests you.
Most Recent Re-Upholstery Project Picture
Sectional Sofa in Leather- Pittsgrove NJ
This seven seat sectional sofa with an end chaise was worn and discolored. As a strongly built custom piece, it was well worth recovering.
We knew from the feathers poking through the chaise cushion that something wasn't right there. We weren't ready for the utter explosion of the foam-and-down cushion core when we removed the original fabric. Hello feathers!
That cushion was replaced with a new foam with down wrap core. The other cushions got some additional fill as well to offset years of compression.
Our client wanted to re-upholster the sectional in leather - a surprise in the project. 748 square feet of a supple linen colored leather from The Leather Hide Store won their approval.
When we delivered this back to the Pittsgrove home, the dog didn't recognize his old hang out!
Meanwhile, a few examples of our other furniture upholstery work ...
A pair of leather club chairs upholstered in leather for a Ventnor NJ family room.
A pair of swivel rocking chairs with tufted backs recovered in contemporary fabrics. The contrast cord defines the lines of the chairs. The coordinating lumbar pillows beckon.
One of a pair of chairs reupholstered in a rich velvet. With a contrast cord, foam core down wrapped cushions and bolsters. Splashes of color in this Avalon, NJ home.
Paisley fabric revives this love seat for a Burlington NJ living room.
The seat at this bay window needed some padding! Throw cushions slid around and fell under the table. So we fitted a single cushion to the space.
This loveseat is the focal point of this Cape May, NJ living room. We refinished the frame to match some other furniture in the room. Then re-upholstered it with this soft smokey leather by Pacific Leather (United Fabrics). The brushed nickel nails outline the frame without adding 'bulk' to the frame line.
This skirted 'cloverleaf' ottoman re-upholstered in a soft neutral ogee (onion) patterned fabric. The design concept was to pull from the carpet and the linen covered furniture already in the room. The regular pattern offsets the botanical theme of the carpet and the solid blocks of the sofa. Delivered to a West Chester, PA home in Chester County.
This austere study of a renovated farmhouse in Mullica Hill, NJ needed a little lift. The arm chair is a family piece and needed a lift as well. We refinished the frame to blend with the millwork, and the client selected this grey scale botanical print to stand against the soft grey in the wall paint. A bold move, and restrained all the same. In Gloucester County, NJ.
After refinishing the frames of this mid-century chair and ottoman a deep walnut tone, we upholstered them in a flocked vinyl. It gives a soft shimmer to these accent pieces in this Princeton, NJ living room. Brushed nickel decorative nails extend the soft sheen emphasis.