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🎉 Get Your Dining Chairs Ready For Christmas! 🎄

The most magical time of the year is just around the corner, and we can help you make it extra special! Christmas is the perfect time to give your dining room a stunning makeover by reupholstering your dining chairs.

Why choose to reupholster your dining chairs?

Look at these gorgeous Victorian chairs – the contrast of dark and light on this blue and white ‘patterned ‘Fenelle’ fabric from Designer’s Guild compliments the dark wood of the frames and table.

Reupholstered Victorian Chippendalesque set of dining chairs covered in 'Fenelle' Designers Guild fabric.

Revive Your Style – Breathe new life into your space. Our expert craftsmen produce high quality upholstery, and each chair will become a true work of art.

Quality and Comfort – Old, worn-out chair cushions can be uncomfortable for your guests during those long holiday dinners. Reupholstering not only adds a touch of luxury but also ensures your loved ones enjoy a comfortable and cosy dining experience.

Eco-friendly – By re-upholstering your chairs, you’re also making an eco-conscious choice. Recycling your furniture is a sustainable alternative to buying new. Traditional upholstery is even more sustainable again as we use all-natural materials that can last a hundred years.

Customisation – We have a wide range of fabrics from a variety of suppliers so you can have any style, colour, or pattern you want to suit your dining room perfectly.

Set of 4 Edwardian dining chairs with new striped upholstery and funky braid.
Edwardian dining chairs upholstered in a luxury striped fabric.
Set of 4 dining chairs reupholstered in cherry red fabric
Set of 4 dining chairs in cherry red fabric
Set of 8 traditionally reupholstered dining chairs
A set of 8 traditionally reupholstered dining chairs.
Set of 4 substantial dining chairs with carved details and back padded coverings, covered in a deep red brocade fabric and detailed braid.
Four carved dining chairs reupholstered in a deep red brocade fabric.
Dining chairs with fully restored woodwork. Fruit and floral designer velvet.
Fully restored woodwork and traditional reupholstery

Why don’t you treat yourself to a gift this Christmas?

Don’t wait until the last minute! The holiday season is a busy time for everyone, including our skilled upholsterers. To ensure your dining chairs are ready for those memorable holiday gatherings, schedule your reupholstery project now.

Here’s how to get started:

  1. Contact us: Reach out to us to discuss your project and get a quote. Email: |Tel: 07534 216297 |Social Media: Facebook, Instagram
  2. Visit us at the workshop: We will guide you through our extensive fabric collection and help you select the best one for your upholstery.
  3. Collection: If you can’t get your chairs to us, don’t worry, we can arrange collection.
  4. Relax and Enjoy: Let us work our magic. Your beautifully reupholstered dining chairs will be back with you by the date we promise.

This picture features a set of four carved oak dining chairs for sale! They’ve been reupholstered in blue striped 100% wool from Abbotsford and have a beautiful classic vibe to them that could brighten up your dining room this Christmas.

Set of 4 Oak dining chairs reupholstered in 100% wool fabric
Find them on our website

This is a Sheraton-style Dining Chair from the Regency period – early 1800s! We have a harlequin set of four available which we intend to upholster traditionally due to their age and excellent condition. We believe them to be Rosewood. If you’d like to purchase these chairs with your choice of fabric, please get in touch with us directly.

A nursing chair is a chair that’s comfortable when nursing an infant. In Victorian times the nursing chair was a low seated partially upholstered chair. Nursing included caring for children as well as breastfeeding. The low seat of the chair allowed the mother, who would have been wearing a stiff corset, to interact with small children without bending over. This chair form was particularly popular in England and found primarily in upper class homes. Nursing Chair. The types of wood most frequently used were oak, rosewood or walnut. The seat was often sprung and could be button decorated or adorned with a circumferential braid or pair of braids. The chair legs were frequently of a cabriole style or a straight-legged spindle design. Needle Rock upholstery repair refurbish new vintage period piece.

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