Traditional Antique furniture upholstery
If you own a piece of upholstered antique or vintage furniture, over the years you may find that the fabric has become worn or torn- perhaps a spring has broken or the upholstery has become a little flat and is no longer comfortable.
The quality of the frames used on antique upholstered furniture are much better than today’s modern equivalents. They will be made from hardwood and have mortise and tenon or dowelled joints - they were built to last!
Good quality antique and vintage upholstered furniture can be given a new lease of life by either reupholstering or recovering with a different fabric.