Dining chairs

Nearly every home has a set of dining chairs, so the whole family can sit and eat together. The recovering of dining chairs is widespread at Needle Rock, as it’s a relatively inexpensive way to upgrade your dining area.It’s often a case of removing the worn top-cover and replacing with new fabric.Sometimes, new foam needs to be added, unless you go down the traditional route of re-stuffing with horsehair.If they’re family heirlooms and you plan to hand them down to future generations, we recommend traditional materials.Otherwise, foam is just fine.

Through The Workshop Door - July 2019

July has come and gone, and my feet have hardly touched the ground! The month started with a well-deserved holiday on Dartmoor and Devon, and for the rest of the month I’ve been playing catch up!

Highlights this month has been the reunion of the Leather Club chair with its delighted owners. As mentioned previously, the chair has a twin so its sibling has already been stripped down and is eagerly awaiting its rebuild in the Needle Rock workshop. The fabric has also been chosen for the seat cushions, so hopefully in next month’s blog you’ll see the twins together with matching seats!

July has also seen the commission of several furniture painting jobs – these seem to come along like buses – none for ages then several at the same time. The first commission was to give a new lease of life to some bedroom pine cupboards, which were solid, but looked rather dated. My customer had just had the bedrooms decorated and had a colour scheme which she’d acquired from a printed canvas – so I took the printed canvas away and matched the colour scheme accordingly. The results were superb.

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"Absolutely brilliant. 100% dependable. After delays by the fabric suppliers, the work was turned around and delivered within 24 hours. We are delighted with the chaise longue. Diolch, Ali!"
Terwyn Tomos

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