Seat Upholstery Studio services can take your saddest,
most beaten piece and breath new life into it!
If the springs groan each time you sink into your obviously tired
sofa. Or you’ve grown bored with those flower power calico
puffy chairs that once seemed oh so tasteful… Country
Seat Upholstery Studio can reinvent your furniture.
Sift through the impressive and extensive selection of swatches.
“Yvonne is certain to find the perfect fabric!” Although
it is possible for you to bring you own fabrics from elsewhere
–Yvonne will work with a customers own fabrics, depending
on the circumstances. Often it’s a challenge working with
other fabrics due to obstacles such as wrinkles, flaws, material
size, dye problems and or dye lots or the material not being correct
for the function of the piece.
“It’s like taking a discount piece of meat to your
favorite steak restaurant and expecting the chef to create a meal
that makes that piece of meat taste and look like a top of line
porter house steak….” That is why Yvonne has made
efforts to have such an extensive selection of swatches for her
broken down frames:
The quality of a frame's wood components and its construction
have a direct bearing on the piece's long-term durability.
Our system includes
elaborate 8 way hand-tied spring support systems, to the premium
dacron wrap foam or down and feather cushions and superior tailoring
by Yvonne, Country Seat Upholstery Studio
defines quality furnishings. The attention to detail is unparalleled.
involves several steps.
Upholstering starts with a wooden frame and builds on that foundation.
When reconditioning furniture, Country Seat Upholstering
Studio first remove the old or worn fabric and padding
that covers the springs, then examine the springs and replace
any broken or bent ones as well as the webbing, which holds the
springs in place, if it is worn. Once the frame is exposed, Yvonne
will re-glue and screw loose sections or refinish wooden parts
next step is to interweave and fasten strips of webbing to the
back and underside of the furniture, using tacks or staples. The
springs are then placed in position and tied with twine. In modern
furniture, coil springs have been replaced by other types such
as "sinuous" or "no-sag" springs. Burlap is
used to form a covering for the material that pads the springs.
Cotton and foam are examples of materials used for padding. Yvonne
then cuts the upholstery fabric, sew it where necessary, and fit
it smoothly onto the finished padding work. Yvonne completes your
custom piece by making pillow covers and sewing or tacking on
fringes, buttons, arms covers, or other ornaments required.