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Recovery Of Interior, Marine & Outdoor Furniture

The idea of furniture recovery is looking at the options of, either manufacturing new items or recovery of your existing furniture, and determining which is best for your circumstances.

Furniture recovery normally is a very good option, providing that the quality of your furniture is very, very good, and structurally sound. The recovery process normally entails us coming out and seeing you, or you sending us a photo or an email, with your item so that we can calculate, give you an approximate figure, or in the home situation, give you an exact figure of how many meters are required to re-cover the furniture item, and then the labor content cost to actually do the job, so that will gives you a total package price.

The process is very, very easy. It’s essentially stripping the furniture down, doing a template of the fabric that comes off that item, stenciling as I said, and recovering it.

Once the recovery process is taking place, there are a lot of elements that are looked at whilst your item is being recovered, and that includes the foam, the webbing, the springs, and pretty much the whole make and build of that furniture item.

If there is ever any question in relation to structure, padding, and so forth, we would contact you in advance and inform you that we have a specific item that needs attending to, so that you are are fully aware of the process at every stage of the furniture recovery process.

It’s not just a case of us recovering an item and getting it back to you and just being happy with that. That service is definitely a very, very big part of what we provide.

The recovery of furniture or the manufacture of new furniture is a very personalised project to go through. We therefore give YOU the client the upmost respect & importance as you would expect.

The comfort is also one of the most important parts of the job. Dunlop Enduro Foams are supplied throughout our manufactured furniture. Comfort inspections are offered for both new manufactured items as well as recovery items within our factory to offer you complete satisfaction before you receive your furniture. Fabric companies like Warwick Fabrics, Zepel Fabrics & Wortley Fabrics offer warranties on their fabric ranges.

As well as recovering indoor items, we do outdoor furniture items as well, whether it be marine or patio-area furniture or anything like that. We also do large commercial jobs, and that might be from hotels and clubs and pubs and so forth. Our service is quite broad. We provide our furniture recovery service Australia-wide.

Our workmanship is guaranteed for a period of 15 years.

If you have any questions, or you would like to find out more about our furniture recovery service, please phone 1300 030 318.

 

Frequently Asked Questions about our Furniture Recovery service

What options are there for comfort levels?

Alot of questions that are asked when we’re going through the furniture manufacturing and the recovery process, is “what comfort levels or  what options do you have?”

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2 x Lounges & 1 x Side Table were manufactured for a hotel foyer. A nice combination of fabrics that allow a freshen-up to a tiled floor & surroundings. Wide 275mm arms on this lounge design with large polished timber legs give the design a solid presence. Dunlop Enduro seat & back foams with a sprung base makes for a very comfortable seating experience. Great result & a hard wearing solution for a high traffic area!! #custommadefurniture #lounge #lounges #upholstery #upholsterers #furnituredesigners #happyclient #freshenup ... See MoreSee Less

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Velvet Wing Chairs:
The design of these wing chairs was requested after providing similar chairs to the same client on a previous job. They were so happy with the first set of chairs that they requested more of them.
These chairs were covered in a beautiful Warwick Velvet. Again the emphasis was on comfort, back support & design!!!
The frame, comfort & longevity in our furniture products are always our main focus. Comfort inspections are critical to ensure the client is getting exactly what they asked for... #custommadefurniture #wingchair #happyclient #velvetchair
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2 x Wing Chairs:
Manufactured for our designer clientele these Wing Chairs look stunning....
Hardwood internal structure with Enduro comfort foams, they felt amazing to sit in. A real statement for any fireplace, library or lounge room.
Warwick Lustrell product was used to cover the Wing Chairs with some studding work to highlight the design.
The designer & client were very happy. #custommadefurniture #happyclient #upholstery #wingchair
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8 x Dining Chairs completed for a client in Seabrook VIC.
The dining chairs were a very heavy timber orientated back. Structurally very strong and definitely worth retaining. The client wanted a fully upholstered chair and had trouble finding what they wanted in fabric colour and design. As per the photos of the before, during works and completion photos, we were able to simply add a small arch to the top of the existing frames, add some very comfortable foam padding and add the clients fabric of choice. The lovely studding on the back of the chair highlights a classy finish.
All this was very easy to achieve and shows how easy it is to transform your furniture into what you want.
The client was overwhelmed with the result.....
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This tub chair design was again provided by the crew at Open Projects. As an additional scope of required items for their Griffin Group project, we were required to get the comfort, sizing and design to the customers satisfaction. Through comfort testing and design, we were able to get this chair spot on.....a very comfortable yet aesthetically difficult design to manufacture.
Great work once again. #custommadefurniture #happyclient #openprojects
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