To revitalise this living room, we re-upholstered the L-shaped sofa and turned it into the bold centre of attention in the room. Changing the plain white fabric with a solid dark brown textured fabric, this helped the sofa to stand out against the lightly coloured furnishing. Using fabrics of different designs and textures for the throw cushion covers, this resulted in an interesting contrast to the sofa.
CLASS ACENDO re-upholstered the sofa’s worn out fabric in yellow which was a mismatch to the frame in white, to a linen look alike fabric in neutral hue. The ottoman was also given a revitalised look with the same fabric used for the sofa to created a matching theme. This helps to bring out the beauty of the Indonesian teak wood. The neutral color of the fabric gave the customer added flexibility to easily change styles by mixing and matching throw cushion covers in different colours and designs. The result is a simplistic yet cosy sofa that is versatile to suit any occasion.
The old leather sofa was worn out and faded. As the customer was moving to a new home, she requested Class to re-upholster the sofa in a really white leather that would stand out against her new black floor tiles. With much difficulty encountered in sourcing for a suitably pure snow white leather, plus a great deal of meticulous workmanship and minute details involved in the re-upholstering, the completed sofa complemented the new interior and stood out beautifully against the black flooring. This brought us a great sense of accomplishment from the challenging task.
The complicated geometric patterns and colours of the throw pillows, as well as the covering, for the elephant chair drew attention away from the beautiful wood of the chair’s structure. The seat and bolster covers were re-upholstered with a plain white cotton fabric, as white enhances the beauty of the wood and brings out the beauty of the elephant chair. Throw cushion covers in hues of red and amber patterns were then used to complement the white cover.