It's all in the detail


Why settle for something from the High Street when you can have something bespoke which doesn’t have to cost the earth?
We can:

  • source or create furniture to fit your scheme, advise on style, scale and fabric or leather choice
  • re-upholster a treasured item which may be tired or dated and rework it so not only does it compliment a new scheme but will have longevity in its new lease of life
  • work on a range of furniture, from sofas, chairs, headboards, footstools, ottomans

My ethos is that we “work together” to create your home, with as much or as little input as you wish to provide.

Bespoke New upholstery

In Warwick Fabrics Lovely velvet – Madder, with antique brass close-nail detailing. This model is available as a chair or 2/3-seat sofa in any fabric of your choice, and a range of trims. From £550 + fabric 

In Warwick Fabrics Anderson weave, a stunning wool and linen twill, contrast piped in Jasper wool stripe. Available in cap arms or with scroll arms in the fabric/trim of your choice. From £695 + fabric

The Stofa…part stool, part sofa? This design by Anthony Devine originates from an episode of Money for Nothing as shown on BBC1. Available in the fabric combination of your choice. From £395 + fabric

Bespoke New upholstery

In Warwick Fabrics Amatheon Fuchsia wool – with turned legs and brass castors. This model is available in any fabric of your choice, and a variety of legs. From £395 + fabric 

In Abraham Moon Skye in Burnt Orange, a gorgeous wool plaid finished with contrast close-nail corner detail. Available in the fabric/trim of your choice. From £150 + fabric

We can make a footstool to suit the size of your room. Please ask us for details From £POA + fabric

Reupholstery Service

Covered in a GP&J Baker damask, this sofa is definitely on the decorative side. Completed for a client in Devon, but heading to their London home.

This sofa was saved from a certain demise when it was left at the tip. Covered in a dour moquette fabric, it underwent some serious ‘surgery’. It now has a new lease of life in Andrew Martin’s Botanist fabric.

Another sad, neglected sofa. This sofa needed most of its stuffings replaced – all traditionally upholstered. It now looks resplendent in Andrew Martin’s Corrientes Brick, and was sent on its way to a new home in Wiltshire.

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