Upholstery of Furniture & Furnishings
KandA Interiors are skilled in repairing or restoring older furniture, replacing worn or damaged upholstery, and designing custom pieces to fit specific spaces or styles.
Upholstery is the term that relates to the materials used to cover and pad furniture, such as chairs, sofas, and other seating.
Upholstery also refers to the craft of working with these materials, which involves attaching the fabric or leather covering to the frame of the furniture and adding padding or stuffing to make the piece comfortable to sit on.
Upholstery materials can include a variety of fabrics, such as cotton, linen, wool, silk, or synthetic blends, as well as leather or vinyl. In addition to the covering material, upholstery may also include padding or stuffing, such as foam, cotton, or feathers, to provide cushioning and support.
Upholstery is an intricate and specialised craft, requiring skills such as measuring and cutting fabric, sewing, and working with tools to attach the fabric to the frame of the furniture.
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Reupholstery involves removing the old fabric from furniture and replacing it with new fabric. This is done to extend the life of the furniture, to update its appearance, or to customise it to match the owner’s taste.
Reupholstering furniture can be a cost-effective way to update the look of a room or to preserve the sentimental value of a family heirloom. It is important to choose a reputable upholstery professional such as KandA Interiors who has experience working with the type of furniture you want to have reupholstered.
Removal of the old fabric
The old fabric is removed from the furniture, which may involve removing staples or tacks.
Repairing the frame
The frame of the furniture may be repaired or reinforced as needed.
Replacing the padding
The padding of the furniture is replaced with new foam or other padding material.
Measuring and cutting the new fabric
The new fabric is measured and cut to fit the furniture.
Attaching the new fabric
The new fabric is attached to the furniture using staples, tacks, or glue.
Adding finishing touches
The finishing touches, such as buttons or trim, are added to the furniture.