Maybe you are changing the look and feel of your lounge or living room and you need a much loved item to be given a new, fresh look and a new lease of life
We can make new items of furniture in any style, shape and size, to match existing pieces or to create a bespoke item.
All our new build frames are made from 100% solid beech with a choice of leg styles and colours. The piece is then upholstered in a fabric supplied by us from our vast selection (or chosen by you at a 10% surcharge)
Our re-upholstery service includes both re-styling and re-covering of modern furniture, as well as restoring antique pieces. For period furniture, we still use traditional methods with coil springs, webbing and horse hair. We serve Cheltenham, Gloucestershire and the surrounding counties.
The changing trends in fabric and design fuel a passion for upholstery and soft furnishings. TV programmes like BBC TV’s The Repair Shop and Money for Nothing are also bringing upholstery as a concept to many peoples’ attention
From the initial consultation through to the finished product your satisfaction is our priority. Personal pride in the quality of the work dictates high standards and the business has been built on its reputation.
What We Do at a Glance
Almost anything can be re-upholstered from a chair to a chaise, from headboards to sofas and much more.
Traditional / antique re-upholstery and restoration.
New build sofas and chairs, any shape or size. Let your imagination run wild.
Domestic re-upholstery, 3 piece suites, arm chairs, Parker Knolls etc.
Headboards in any shape and size.
Trade and contract work is also welcome.
No job is too small or too large. We love a challenge!
How to get your FREE no obligation quotation
Either bring your item to our Winchcombe showroom or send us a picture by email – email@example.com with dimensions and basic details of your requirements. Or we can in most cases collect the item from your home. Mark will then conduct an assessment to provide you with a clear, transparent quotation that will include pricing and an indication of timescales.