Upholstery estimates are broken down into five areas; labor, materials, supplies, non-typical labor, and miscellaneous expenses. This breakdown makes the estimate easier to understand.
· Labor: Remove the old upholstery, check the frame, foundations, padding, add fresh batting, muslin and install the new material.
· Materials: Yard goods, hides, etc.
· Supplies: New cushion cores, pillow cores, hair, springs, foam, burlap, cotton, etc.
· Non- Typical Labor: Frame repair, re-spring the foundation, hand sew an edge roll, replace/repair missing wood, etc.
· Miscellaneous Expenses: refinishing exposed wood, sales tax, transportation, storage, etc.
Want to transform a conventional piece of furniture into a kitchen island or bathroom vanity? Maybe a coffee table or suitcase into an upholstered ottoman? Visit our gallery for some creative repurposed projects. Up-cycle old doors into fabulous halltrees or beds into garden, porch or utility room benches. Come to me with your ideas and I will bring them to life.
I paint, distress or refinish. Fun techniques such as paper, fabric, hand painted designs and tack embellishments can be applied. Paint, polish or replacement of hardware is also offered.