Answer: A piece is worth reupholstering if it has a good frame; kiln-dried hardwood with corner blocks is a good indicator. Older pieces (typically 15 years old or older) tend to be of better quality. Sentimental pieces, such as a grandparent's favorite chair, are great candidates for upholstery. Custom built spaces are also perfect projects for us to help you with because we will have cushions patterned to fit perfectly in the space.
Answer: We ask for you to email a photo of the piece of furniture to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will get back to you within a week with a quote of the labor cost and yardage needed.
Answer: To secure a spot in the schedule, you'll need to select a fabric from our showroom and put down a deposit covering its cost.
Answer: Because our workroom is limited on space, we cannot store furniture before its ready to start each project.
Answer: Our turnaround time typically runs between 1 - 4 weeks depending on the project.
Answer: We prefer to handle the initial estimate stages of a project through email so that we don't leave our shop unstaffed during normal business hours.
Answer: We typically have 3 month backlog of work in our schedule. Once we begin your work, it takes about 2 weeks to upholster the sofa.
Answer: Chairs can range from $900-$1,200 for labor. Fabric is additional.
Answer: We just need a few simple measurements of the seat cushion, and the height of the chair from the ground.
Answer: Piping/welt cord is the round embellishment on the edges of your cushion.
Answer: No, we do not make slipcovers. We can refer you to a local slipcover specialist for any existing piece. In our custom furniture line, we can have a slipcover made for any piece of furniture.