Re-upholstery of your furniture can transform it and give it a new lease of life, making it feel and look like new.
When is re-upholstering worth it?

We are asked regularly, whether it is worth re-upholstering an existing sofa or chair. If you have a sofa with a solid frame (hardwood), or you find it particularly comfortable, love the style or it has sentimental value – then it is worth re-upholstering.  Although nowadays you can go out and buy suites ridiculously cheap, they are unfortunately not built to last, so if you do have a sofa with a hardwood frame, then it is definitely worth re-upholstering, as it will likely last many more years than any cheap sofa that you buy.
Modern & Traditional Upholstery
We are fully trained and qualified traditional and modern upholsterers.   Whether you just want to change the look of your furniture by recovering it in a new fabric, or your sofa or chairs require complete renovation, we can skillfully repair and transform it. No job is to small.

For a free no obligation quotation, please email us a photo to info@sofarooms.co.uk

  • Modern Materials or Traditional
  • Frame Repairs
  • Spring Repairs
  • Cushion Interior/Padding Replacements
  • Cushion Covers
  • Loose Covers
  • Boat, Caravan & Camper Van Cushion Covers
Buttoned Back Chair

Buttoned Back Chair

Buttoned, Leather Chaise Lounge

Buttoned, Leather Chaise Lounge

Large Chair BEFORE in a light purple suede

Before upholstery

Large Chair AFTER upholstery in a light grey/black weave with a co-ordinating to scat

After upholstery

A brown velvet antique chair being re-upholstered

Before

Antique buttoned chair after being upholstered. It was in a brown velvet, it is now in a green leather

After

Small antique chairs with decorative show wood, before upholstery with no buttons

Before – no buttons

The finished anitque chairs, now with buttons

After – buttoned