7,938 Upholstery Professionals and Suppliers

Although the work isn’t always obvious, a good upholsterer can help to give your home a polished appearance — and help you save money in the process. He or she can rehabilitate a worn or outdated chair, sofa, ottoman or other piece, which often costs less than buying a new one. If you have a one-of-a-kind piece that can’t be replaced, an upholsterer can extend its life with new fabric. Upholsterers also can fashion unique trims, flourishes and other fabric details to personalize your furniture. More 
OUTDOORFABRICS (305) 470-8912
MIAMI, FL, 33222
ONLINE DISTRIBUTOR OF INDOOR AND OUTDOOR FABRICS...SUNBRELLA USA and EUROPE, BELLA DURA, OUTDURA AND MORE. MANUFACTURER OF CUSTOM CUSHIONS, CUSTOM DRAPERIES, HARDWARE,... Read More
Maxwell Fabrics (800) 663-1159
Vancouver, British Columbia, V5L 4C3, Canada
Maxwell Fabrics is a third-generation, family owned and operatred distributer of fine fabrics introducing new collections three times a year. Maxwell makes thousands of... Read More
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B4A 1Z8, Canada
Specializing in updating vintage and antique furniture (pieces that are 40+ years only, please). If you are looking for a qualified upholsterer in the Halifax area, Aimee... Read More
Greenfield, MA, 01301
Upholstery and custom soft home furnishings Read More
Palazzo Fabrics (877) 231-8277
Maple Grove, MN, 55369
Palazzo fabrics provides thousands of top designer fabrics and faux leathers. You may have looked everywhere for the perfect fabric, but we assure you, the search stops here! Read More
NY, 10036
The Robert Allen Group is one of the world’s largest designers and producers of decorative fabrics for the interior design trade. Based in the USA, the company sells its products... Read More
Kravet (800) 648-5728
Bethpage, NY, 11714
Kravet Inc., established in 1918, is the industry leader in the to the trade home furnishings industry. This fifth generation family business distributes fabrics, furniture, wall... Read More
Los Angeles, CA, 90001
Custom Upholstered Sofas and Sectionals Factory Direct. Read More
TwentyOne7 (919) 309-2566
Durham, NC
Why shop anywhere else for your design needs. TwentyOne7 gives all our customers exclusive "to the trade only" pricing at just 25% above designer wholesale cost on designer... Read More
La Habra, CA, 90631
One-stop showroom for decorator fabrics and custom upholstery, furniture fabrication, window treatments, cushions and pillows. Complimentary interior design provided for fabric... Read More
Chicago, IL, 60616
We have been reupholstering and refinishing residential AND commercial furniture for over 24 years. We also build custom upholstered furniture, mill-work, case-goods, and... Read More
Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
Comfort Works is a custom sofa slipcover specialist; Our Mission is to rejuvenate all old & tired living room of the world one sofa at a time. We are very familiar with... Read More
Nesco Upholstery (718) 927-4492
Brooklyn, NY, 11205
At Nesco, our years of design and technical experience in both Home Furniture Upholstery and Commercial Reupholstery, will inspire and assist you in making the absolute perfect... Read More
Bijou Coverings (516) 469-3060
Great Neck, NY, 11021
With its headquarters in New York, Bijou Coverings is world-renowned as one of the largest manufacturers of luxury vinyl coverings. Bijou Coverings initially entered the design... Read More
Acanthus (503) 548-4505
Portland, 97210
At Acanthus, we believe in the importance of good health, human rights and environmental stewardship. We also believe that you shouldn't have to sacrifice style and comfort in... Read More
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Upholstery often is touted as a DIY-friendly task. However, if you have a tricky fabric repeat, a complicated job or a piece of value, using an upholsterer can help to give you peace of mind and prevent disasters.

What Does an Upholsterer Do?


Essentially, upholsterers work with fabric to cover seating, bedsprings, cornice boards, pillows and other furnishings and interior elements. They also might attach or replace padding and batting, trim a piece with fringe or another border, add piping and tufting, fashion slipcovers and refinish wood. Some upholsterers are skilled at furniture construction and repair. They can also advise you about the pros and cons of different fabrics so you can choose the best type for the project in your home.

Many upholsterers work directly with interior designers and decorators, custom designing or re-covering furniture for home decor projects. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of upholstery: Interior Designers & Decorators, Furniture & Accessories.

Questions to ask a prospective upholsterer:


  • How long have you been in the business?
  • How many projects like mine have you completed?
  • Can you provide me with references?
  • How do you charge, and what does that include?
  • Can you give me a written estimate?
  • What do your services include?
  • Can I supply my own fabric and trim?
  • When can this job get done?
  • What happens when the cost exceeds the budget? What about changes to materials or labor pricing?
  • What will I need to provide?
  • Are there any important considerations or concerns you foresee with this project?

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