Our bespoke bar stools covered in Threads Varas fabric new for this year!
Spotted in the Showroom earlier today, two armchairs and a drop arm sofa recovered in fashion designer Matthew Williamson’s latest upholstery fabric, Zamba! A semi-plain pattern of horizontal rows of chenille dots woven in relief. Matthew uses colours imported directly from his high fashion designs for the catwalk including jade, turquoise, coral ,orange and cerise as well as the essential quieter decorating tones such as silver, ivory, linen and pebble. The popular fabric collection has also been used on bespoke bar stools in our design studio!
Happy New Year! A time to change tired fabric on furniture and give it a new lease of life. We have just finished our first week back after the Christmas break and are very excited for the year ahead. Here is one of our highlighted projects of the week we would like to share with you!
Did you know? Dr. Martens shoes and boots have been providing Rebellious Individuality for over five decades. From boot to upholstery! Here is our take on the design:
A delightful little chair recovered in Amy fabric – if you look closely you will notice the fern branch detail on this design.
A photograph from one of our site visits which involved measuring the headboard shown to be recovered, as well as presenting fabrics for other pieces of furniture!
Creating a colour scheme based on the re-upholstered sofa by picking two contrasting colours!
The ultimate bathroom chair re-upholstered using super soft towels!
A bright mixture of colours with a tropical twist, a multitude of flowers, leaves and blossoms. The armchair below has been re-upholstered in the linen version Neutral/Pastel available from Jane Churchill.
Sanderson’s textured semi-plain chenille made up of small triangles arranged in rows has worked brilliantly on this button-back chesterfield!