This is a very common dining chair style often with a leather facing which is sub standard and that has quickly degraded. These pictures show what can be done.
In this example we re-upholstered a set of 6 dining chairs which had been given to the customer. The materials and construction often show a lot of cost cutting
The customer wanted the chair backs to be made a different shape. This is no problem and any modifications can be carried out according to requirements
Whether its a stool or a sofa there is no point re-upholstering a broken or wobbly frame. We will carry out necessary frame repairs and replace springs or webbing as needed
We don't cut any corners when building up a seat for maximum comfort and longevity. If you can feel the wood of the frame then there isn't enough foam or the right type
Often we put additional frame modifications where the original manufacturer has cut corners. In this case an extra rail to support the back webbing
The blue foam is for structure and the pink for comfort. There are several different back options including deep buttoning (not used in this example),
High density white foam gives further isolation from the wood frame. We always use polyester wrap for a better finish. Templating to ensure a perfect fit
These chairs were carefully templated to ensure they were a matching set. The fabric is trial fitted onto the frame before being securely attached
The customer wanted to incorporate an exciting and daring back panel. The first step was to add contrasting pink piping. There is a card back panel to give a solid feel.
In these pictures the back is being prepared to securely attach the decorative back panel
And here are the finished chairs. Black linings were included on the bottoms (not shown). All our furnishings are returned to customers fully wrapped in polythene