This piece was a commission. I stripped it back to the frame and completely rebuilt all the stuffings then covered it in this stunning fabric from Korla.
1950's armchair covered in soft wool with contrast piping
Commission piece covered in Warwick wool with contrast piping.
1960s Parker Knoll covered with wool from Bute
This chic little chair has been completely reupholstered with new webbing and fillings. The frame has been stripped and waxed and it's covered in a beautiful soft grey wool with dark grey piping and base.
I completely reupholstered this lovely little armchair and covered the back in a fabulous Zoffany fabric and the seat and back in a Harlequin Peony fabric. The Zoffany has a price tag to match it's wonderfulness so mixing and matching in this way is economical as well as making a bit of a design statement.
Victorian nursing chair
Victorian nursing chair detail
Parker Knoll Armchair
I've restored and recovered this fantastic 60's Parker Knoll chair, the back is covered in a vintage Sanderson fabric and the seat in a beautifully soft grey linen mix. The seat cushion is piped with the Sanderson fabric bringing the two different fabrics together neatly.
Edwardian Dining Chairs
Pair of sprung dining chairs covered in a Kobe linen mix and finished with a pale yellow braid. These chairs were in a very sorry state when I got them and needed taking to pieces and completely restoring.
50's cocktail chair
Deep Buttoned Footstool
This footstool has a sophisticated look about it, the fabric is a has a subtle, natural check which works really well with the buttons. It's short black legs really compliment it.