84,258 re upholstering Home Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
West Hills Victorian
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Re-upholstering an antique chair gives it a more contemporary look and feel.
Re-upholstering an antique chair gives it a
of practical benefits, too. For example, upholstered seating provides a comfy spot for you to sit while you’re waiting for your tub to fill up, or for elderly
of practical benefits, too. For example, upholstered seating provides a comfy spot where you can sit while you’re waiting for your tub to fill up, or where
XIV–XV transition piece. Notice how the back is straight, rectangular and upholstered (as in a Louis XIV chair), but the legs are more delicate, with curved
are in bad shape.That said, if your budget allows and the piece warrants it, re-covering an antique chair or sofa with a beautiful new fabric can be a very
“the simplicity of elegance.” — graceglory
Fringe Home Design
Bohemian Team Room
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the color scheme. The red accents are nice and not overwhelming. The re-upholstered furniture is beautiful. The patterns are nice but do not overpower
ReUpholster outside of chairs
“The colors” — Annie Brightly
Compass Design, llc
5 Reviews
Lower Level Luxury
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located in Indianapolis, Indiana and he is located here. I think an upholstered tufted wall would look good as a seating area in a kitchen. You should
hiring a professional for a project like this. Good for you if …You’re upholstering only a portion of a wall or a niche in a simple shape.Your upholstery
Upholstery InstallationUpholstered panels applied to wall. Designer Stacy Thompson of Compass Design designed the two upholstered wall sections shown here
“padded wall, decorative idea with cozy fireplace” — browng01
Loudon County Pool and Spa Designer
New Construction of in ground gunite pools, renovation of existing pools, full retail store, and service on all types of swimming pools.
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Michelle Hinckley
Michelle's Master Bedroom.
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Love my chair want to get it re-upholstered..
horrible pattern but the lines are amazing. I cannot afford to have them re-upolstered and was wondering if it significantly less expensive to do yourself
The wingback chair was salvaged from a garage sale and re-upholstered in vinyl. Now it can be easily wiped down with a rag — another kid-friendly white
“Chair” — dsumlin777
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
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Where can I buy these beautiful upholstered chairs in the same color please
blue upholstered chairs turn a dining room into an upscale event! Blue velvet doesn't just belong inside ring boxes. Have your dining room chairs re-upholstered
“Mirror” — mcinda
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Hawaii
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Consider re-upholstering an accent furniture piece in a pattern with a tropical motif. Balance
is so bright," says Rosenfeld. A bamboo sofa is topped with cushions upholstered in flowered fabric from Osborne & Little, and the living room rug was
Balance the look by keeping the surrounding furniture in solids. And, while you’re at it, hang a colorful painting of a palm tree within sight!
“the floor” — tbzendah
Emily Ruddo
15 Reviews
Living Room by Emily Ruddo
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perfect chairs or sofa, but they simply need an updated look. Consider re-upholstering them in something fresh and new, like a bright, fun print. These traditional
value or is so comfy and sturdy that it is worth re-covering.Browse floral home accessoriesMore: How to Re-Cover a Seat CushionHow to Layer Patterns RightZigzag
“Chairs” — Corrie Sid
Vintage Renewal
Loft shots
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designs, a couch that combines several styles (such as a vintage couch re-upholstered in a colorful fabric, or a more modern shape with traditional accents)
away. Maintaining the quality will make it much more easier to sell when you're ready for a new one.Have you refurbished or recycled a sofa? Tell us about
“couch” — brianfboyd
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