Worcester, Worcestershire Upholsterers and Furniture Restorers
- BirminghamWest MidlandsB1 2SS
We're a small, creative company specializing in bespoke upholstered furniture. Our handcrafted pieces are individually designed and made for you and your space so you can be sure your furniture is unique, comfortable and well made.
- Units 1 & 2 Old Bush StreetDudleyWest MidlandsDY5 1UB
Established in 1998, we work direct with architects, interior specifiers, furniture retailers and designers. With no middle men, we offer a full range of modern contract and residential upholstery to trade and individuals.
- DudleyWest MidlandsDY1 2UL
You can trust us to bring the life back to your tired looking furniture and upholstery. We are an experienced and friendly team that specialise in furniture re-upholstery. We have over 25 years of experience in the industry and are a service you can trust! Your entire household can have a makeover with us; we have the experience and knowledge to do the job as we assisted in the BBC's DIY S.O.S The Big Build, in a life changing transformation of a home in Dudley in 2012.
- The Old Dairy WinchcombeCHELTENHAMGloucestershireGL54 5JE
We are a team of six restorers and flooring restorers based in Cheltenham. We work for private, commercial and insurance clients. We offer a national collection service and normally operate within 120 miles of our base. The work we carry out can be a small repair such a broken chair up to large scale projects such as whole house restoration to furniture and timber structure. We have a spray booth for more modern finishes.
- BirminghamWest MidlandsB6 7HN
S J Cole French Polishing has been established since August 1990. Since that day the company has steadily grown and now has a wide variety of clients involving work on all types of projects. This meant anything from polishing antique furniture to modern hotels and pubs, most recently these have involved work on pubs, hotels and an 18th century house converted into luxury apartments. French polishing is a wood finishing technique that results in a very high gloss, deep colour and tough surface. It consists of applying many thin coats of french polish (shellac dissolved in alcohol) using a rubbing pad. The rubbing pad is made up of wadding inside a square piece of cotton and is referred to as a fad.