Custom-Made – adapted to your personal taste
Seldom does an “off-the-peg” sofa fit in with the real accommodation and seldom is it the answer to our dreams so that decisions become more than often simply a compromise. But all that is now a thing of the past. When we say “custom-made” we mean that – you design the sofa you want, and we make you a one-off piece of furniture!
Choose from a wide collection of sofa and designs in combination with hundreds of fabrics.
Give us the basis you want and we will try to accomodate to what may become your favourite sofa. Then tell us the size, e.g. of the classical 3-2-1 combination, any extras or chaise-longue, choose between foam or down padding and select the width, height, and hardness of the seat (s), the removable cushion covers and foot elements.
However, only the discerning will know the difference between mass-produced products and the quality sofa that we produce.
You will only understand the value of our products after you have done your research. 🙂
http://www.centrepiece.com.sg or email: info(at)centrepiece.com.sg
It is always sunny in Singapore. We do not have the seasonal changes of Winter to Spring, so styles in clothes or fashion does not differ too much in-between seasons.
However, we do not have to be boring with the home decor during this “spring” time.
So… I am hoping that one of you will be buying into these “BLOOMS!”
Contact us at info(at)centrepiece.com.sg or text: 90305057.
The ottoman storage box is great for really cluttered living rooms! Or you can use the storage box to keep your rooms tidy and as extra seating when you have guests over.
But of course, if you are our customers, functionality will not be just your sole consideration.
Style, design and the texture of the ottoman will be equally important.
Certainly, the quality counts!
We also charge more than the other company as we know we will give the best value for your dollar. As you know we do not mark up our prices, that is why we hardly give discounts. No frill, no fancy showroom and direct services at our workshop.
Usually an expensive sofa is in use from 5 to 8 years under normal use and treatment for it. (But of course if 2,000 people sat on the couch for a year, even if it is expensive, sofa quickly loses its previous form). On average, for a family of 5 people this sofa will serve about 5 years. Then sofa’s quality will be deteriorating, although it is still possible to sit and lie on it for about eight years (if you are Lucky). But experience shows that people do not like disharmony at their home especially if you can buy something beautiful and new. Thus they go back to the store for a new sofa : )
Inexpensive sofas serve from 1 to 4 years, not more, as this type of sofas is not designed for long use. Usually, the inexpensive quality sofas are designed for occasional use, such as in a home office room or in the country house. Of course, lonely people buying a sofa do not use it in a way that it can be frayed during a year.
We may not be as polish as the sleek well dressed sales personnel but we are definitely very knowledgeable and will know minute details of what is a good sofa and upholstery.
In addition, you get to view the whole process of making your sofa so you can be assured of the quality of your products.
Email: info(at)centrepiece. Com. Sg or visit: www. Centrepiece.com.sg
Custom made Sofa – SingaporeSometimes we have to go with the times, so there… one before and after photos of the upholstery that we did recently. Usually, we are far too busy to document but slowly we begin to realise that this is an important process to inform our friends and customers about the services that we do…
So the before upholstery photo which was sent by the customer who requested for a quote via the email and whatapps 90305057:
After she agreed on the quote, we met and she selected the fabrics of her choice. We collected the sofa and here you see the completed upholstery job!
Certainly, we are as thrilled as our customer by her bold choice! I think it has come out pretty nicely dont you think so?
email: info(AT)centrepiece.com.sg or text : 90305057
Why do you need it?
Because you have active and beautiful children!
And adorable pets!
So your sofas for everyday use need durable fabric. Cotton and linen are winners (but watch out for loose weaves — they can snag). Also terrific: synthetic microfiber, which can mimic most fabrics and is stain resistant. Cotton and linen can be treated for stain resistance, but even then they aren’t as easy to clean, or as durable.
Blends of natural and synthetic fibers tend to peel within a year.
Wool and leather are handsome and strong but expensive.
Silk is sleek but fragile.
Fabrics with patterns woven in tend to wear better than those with printed patterns.
Tip: Ask Centrepiece furnishing for a piece of fabric larger than the usual swatch. Place it where the sofa will go. View it in natural and artificial light — and see how much you still like it after a few days.
Linen: Linen is best suited for formal living rooms or adult areas because it soils and wrinkles easily. And, it won’t withstand heavy wear. However, linen does resist pilling and fading. Soiled linen upholstery must be professionally cleaned to avoid shrinkage.
Leather: This tough material can be gently vacuumed, damp-wiped as needed, and cleaned with leather conditioner or saddle soap.
Cotton: This natural fiber provides good resistance to wear, fading, and pilling. It is less resistant to soil, wrinkling, and fire. Surface treatments and blending with other fibers often atone for these weaknesses. Durability and use depend on the weave and finish. Damask weaves are formal; canvas (duck and sailcloth) is more casual and more durable.
Wool: Sturdy and durable, wool and wool blends offer good resistance to pilling, fading, wrinkling, and soil. Generally, wool is blended with a synthetic fiber to make it easier to clean and to reduce the possibility of felting the fibers (causing them to bond together until they resemble felt). Blends can be spot-cleaned when necessary.
Cotton Blend: Depending on the weave, cotton blends can be sturdy, family-friendly fabrics. A stain-resistant finish should be applied for everyday use.
Vinyl: Easy-care and less expensive than leather, vinyls are ideal for busy family living and dining rooms. Durability depends on quality.
Silk: This delicate fabric is only suitable for adult areas, such as formal living rooms. It must be professionally cleaned if soiled.
Acetate: Developed as imitation silk, acetate can withstand mildew, pilling, and shrinking. However, it offers only fair resistance to soil and tends to wear, wrinkle, and fade in the sun. It’s not a good choice for furniture that will get tough everyday use.
Acrylic: This synthetic fiber was developed as imitation wool. It resists wear, wrinkling, soiling, and fading. Low-quality acrylic may pill excessively in areas that receive high degrees of abrasion. High-quality acrylics are manufactured to pill significantly less.
Nylon: Rarely used alone, nylon is usually blended with other fibers to make it one of the strongest upholstery fabrics. Nylon is very resilient; in a blend, it helps eliminate the crushing of napped fabrics such as velvet. It doesn’t readily soil or wrinkle, but it does tend to fade and pill.
Olefin: This is a good choice for furniture that will receive heavy wear. It has no pronounced weaknesses.
Polyester: Rarely used alone in upholstery, polyester is blended with other fibers to add wrinkle resistance, eliminate crushing of napped fabrics, and reduce fading. When blended with wool, polyester aggravates pilling problems.
Rayon: Developed as an imitation silk, linen, and cotton, rayon is durable. However, it wrinkles. Recent developments have made high-quality rayon very practical.
Reupholstery a piece of furniture can save you hundreds of dollars, but the process can be a little tricky. You may find some guides that can walk you through the project, step-by-step. But then, why should you?
Another easier option is to just call Centrepiece furnishing @ 90305057. Speak to us find the most beautiful and suitable fabrics of your choice.
Often we choose color before making any other choices regarding a sofa fabric. Maybe it is because it makes the strongest impact and is the first thing we see when making a selection.
- Color is the single most important reason people choose a fabric, so make sure your color choice is one you can live with happily for a long time. For instance, it may be best to avoid a very bold color for a smaller room, especially if your sofa is also large.
- Avoid delicately colored fabrics around children and pets.
- To strike the right mood, consider the color temperature. Since warm and cool colors affect the mood of the room, make sure you’re choosing the right fabric for the right mood.
- Avoid trendy colors, unless you happen to really like them. Color trends come and go so be careful. For instance, what if you don’t consider eggplant an attractive color in the first place? Will you be able to live with it even when its popularity wanes?
Need more advice? Contact Vince @ 90305057 or email: info(AT)centrepiece.com.sg