Don’t throw away your vintage pieces, find out about the process of reupholstering. In this article, we discuss the factors to consider and the eventual cost. From personal experience, it really is worth it to see your prised piece of furniture take on a new meaning.
Reupholstering is the process of removing the current fabric from your furniture and replacing it with new fabric. The goal is to revitalize an old piece of furniture and make it look new again. This process can be done on many different types of furniture including chairs, sofas, ottomans, and headboard.
There are a few factors that you need to consider before reupholstering your furniture. The first is the type of furniture that you have. The second is the fabric that you want to use. And the third is the cost of labor.
Reupholstering is definitely a worthwhile investment; It’s so much better to see a well-made vintage piece of furniture given a second chance at life rather than forking out money on boring, generic manufactured pieces.
For example, a sofa will cost more to reupholster than a chair because it is larger and has more structure.
Below are the top 3 things to consider when reupholstering an old piece of furniture.