Rehabbed and Reupholstered Chairs

Some tasks are better left to an expert, so with the help of a trusted upholsterer, HGTV Magazine gave these tired chairs a second life.

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Not Your Grandmother's Chair

This wingback chair's dusty, granny-style floral fabric had to go. Did you know that your upholsterer can also make new pillows and refinish wood arms and legs?

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