Quite possibly, the most satisfying aspect of our job is the transformation we see happen to each different piece of furniture every week. Sometimes we may lose sight of the scope of the transformation as we pass it through our assembly line. First the piece is stripped down to the frame by one person, then the next person does the seat, another does the inside portion, and so on. It really isn’t until the last bit of trim is applied and the final cushions placed that we all step back and see the piece, as a whole, in its new form.
Here are before and after photos of our latest pieces we have for sale in our shop and on Etsy. We have an antique chair, a sofa and chair set, and a bench we created with a set of vintage legs we found.
This client’s pair of chairs went from being garage dwellers to enjoying the spotlight! We love this Schumacher fabric and have been wanting to use it on something. The tree branches fading in and out are so nice!
And…a couple of oldies but goodies from the Spruce Vault. The first is a vintage sectional we reupholstered in a bold black and white stripe and the second is a barrel chair with the seat cushion upholstered in a vintage print (possibly a tablecloth) from Iran.