Transforming an electric reclining settee & easy chair.

One of the most challenging recovery we've ever done  

 Clever use of the two fabrics, the result was amazing

Clever use of the two fabrics, the result was amazing

A very tired looking settee  

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We used a moddern highly crushed velvet, re-padded all the back & seat cushions

 Fabrics, base Christine Marrone crushed velvet & geometric pattern on the outside Warwick metalium range.  

Fabrics, base Christine Marrone crushed velvet & geometric pattern on the outside Warwick metalium range.  

The matching easy chair  

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Fantastic result!! A very happily client  

 The side view showing the use of the two fabrics

The side view showing the use of the two fabrics

Stunningly finished

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An antique throne chair!

The picture before a transformation.  

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Springs in the seat needed replacing, webbing & broken springs. 

 During the stripping p.  

During the stripping p.  

Webbing up the traditional way, using hammer & tacks.  

 After the webbing & springs are sewn in by hand a heavy canvas is applied over & the old horse hair seat is placed back on using a tack stitch.  

After the webbing & springs are sewn in by hand a heavy canvas is applied over & the old horse hair seat is placed back on using a tack stitch.  

 A second canvas is tacked on.  

A second canvas is tacked on.  

 After the canvas is applied a top stitch is added using a 14inch needle.  

After the canvas is applied a top stitch is added using a 14inch needle.  

The finished chair in situe! Forum court retirement flats. The reception area, very very happy!  

Fabric by Ross an FR contract chenille, finished off with brass studs!

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A family heirloom given a make over.

Photo shows the the Ottoman as we strip off the old cover. 

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Apparently this piece dates from the turn of the century & has traveled over to France. 

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Horrible old green velvet fabric, but we discovered at least two other fabrics underneath! 

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During the recovering process, picture shows the pleating round the arm. 

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The arm now complete & shows the inside lining. 

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The finished article! Transformed. Fabric by Ross a crushed Slub velvet. 

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A beautiful Ottoman / bedding box! & a thrilled customer too!