Furniture upholstery in Singapore: fabric reupholstery

Got tired-looking piece of furniture you can’t bear to give up? Stumbled across some vintage gold? Breathe new life into it with a switch of fabrics. You’d be surprised how this change can dramatically transform your space. Skip the DIY – here’s where to reupholster your furniture. Call us sentimental ol’ fools but every piece […]

Is my furniture worth upholstering?

Answer: If you feel that your furniture is well made, it fits in the area where you want to use it, and (except for the fabric) you like it, then it certainly is worth reupholstering! The foam cushions may need to be replaced, and new foam makes a world of difference, too. Your furniture will […]

Should You Reupholster Your Sofa or Buy a New One?

Many people consider reupholstering in hopes of saving some money to get that perfect farmhouse look. But, how much money will you actually save if you reupholster your sofa? Chances are, not very much. Here are the pros and cons of buying new versus reupholstering the old. A vintage sofa like this is worth reupholstering.  […]

Wondering what type of upholstery?

Wondering what type of upholstery you should pick for your furniture? Well, it’s a big decision because the fabric on your sofa, chair, or ottoman define the character of your rooms. Besides, different materials have their own set of benefits and disadvantages which will impact you based on your needs and the traits of your […]

Save the Environment! Re-Upholster Your Furniture!

Have you ever stopped and thought about what happened to that couch you replaced? Now maybe you sold it or donated it to charity, but sooner or later, that couch will end up in the landfill. The U.S. EPA reported that furniture accounted for 9.8 million tons (4.1%) of household waste per year! Furniture is […]

I want Banana leave print everywhere in my house!

Because I love it!

Improve your feelings by reupholstering

You may want to leave your sofa the way it is for as long as you can, but when is it time to give it a face lift? Type. Your sofa could be an antique piece of furniture or one that carries a sentimental value. This type of sofa is hard to replace as it […]

Making Sustainable Furniture Choices for Your Business

Making smart business decisions no longer means thinking only of yourself, your employees, and your customers or clients: Present-day commercial entities are challenged with making sustainable choices that are as environmentally friendly as possible. Part of this involves considering how your furniture upgrades impact the environment, and what you might do to lessen that impact. […]

Reupholstery Singapore

Reupholstery Services Reupholstery can cost just as much as buying new furniture, depending on the work required and fabric used. For example, if you need a single cushion re-stuffed and reupholstered because your puppy chewed it up, the job could cost about $250. But if your couch needs a full overhaul that involves re-stuffing, reupholstery […]

Change is good – Choose eco-friendly reupholstery

Take the size of the furniture into account, too. “We like larger pieces, such as a sofa, in a rich solid color or classic neutral so you won’t tire of it over time. Liven things up with smaller pieces—for instance, a great statement chair in a bolder shade or pattern. Think about the other furnishings in the room as well—especially the other upholstered pieces. You’ll want to make sure the colors, textures, and patterns work well together.

The three ‘Rs’ of antique furniture — restoration, reupholstery, re-covering

English furniture of the 18th and 19th centuries was made using woods such as walnut and mahogany, and first-growth secondary woods such as oak, which tends to be very strong and durable. A 19th-century settee, a Howard & Sons club chair and ottoman, as well as a pair of slipper chairs, all serve as examples of what can be achieved with a little investment and imagination with your antiques.

What Is Upholstery and How Do You Choose the Best Fabric for Your Sofa?

If messy children and pets aren’t a worry, you can really flaunt your freedom. His top decadent picks: fluffy Tibetan wool (“it feels so indulgent, but it’s not a great place to eat peanut butter crackers”) and Belgian linen. While linen is very durable, in lighter colors it doesn’t offer the level of stain resistance that a kid-friendly household might need and may not have a crisp, wrinkle-free look after a lot of lounging. If you’re worried about upkeep (or cost), you can always use these luxe fabrics on pillows, which can be swapped out once they’ve seen better days or a new trend comes along.

Tips for Buying a Great Sofa

There is considerable debate over which type of material is best for sofa cushions. Polyurethane foam is the most common material used, but it is important to find a balance between a firm foam that is long-lasting but may be too hard, and a soft foam that is comfortable but may break down too quickly. High-resilient (HR) foam is a step up, making for comfortable and long-lasting cushion. Very expensive couches often use goose down mixed with feathers, but you will pay dearly for this luxury, and the cushions will need to be plumped frequently.

6 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Couch

You can move smaller couches to a bedroom or study. But for smaller rooms, a couch should not be jammed in between other pieces of furniture or placed so that it is rubbing against another surface each time someone sits or lies down. This will cause excessive wear on the upholstery and could damage the frame. That’s when it’s time to replace your couch.

Good Quality Reuphostery Cost in Singapore

If you have an ottoman that needs reupholstering, whether it is a large one that you’re using instead of a coffee table or a small one that is being used as a footstool, it can be costly. Prices can vary greatly due to the extra work that often goes into making them. Ottomans are often tufted and have details like nailhead trim, and these things can take a lot of work. Prices can go as high as $1,000. That said, they can also go as low as $500. The amount of fabric will depend mainly on the size of the piece.