Custom Upholstered Furniture
Our custom upholstery is made with our clients in mind, offering long-lasting quality to deliver value and style all within your budget.
Quality begins with a strong foundation. Our furniture is made by experienced craftsmen using the most current manufacturing techniques. You can have it just the way you want it, from the construction of the spring suspension system in the frame all the way to the fringe on the toss pillow.
We offer a vast assortment of frame styles and the fabric and color selection is almost limitless. Add a contrast welt, banding, nail heads or other options to make your piece of furniture uniquely yours.
And what is quality upholstery if it isn’t comfortable? We offer a variety of cushion types matched to arms and backs all suited to your lifestyle and tastes. When it comes to quality upholstery, made in the USA says it all.
Best of all, if you have pieces featured in your home that you absolutely love, we can provide custom reupholstery to your furnishings to give them a fresh, new look. No matter the size, style, or fabric choice, we work with you to renew the furniture pieces you love. We take the utmost care with all of our reupholstery projects to ensure that your project fulfills your expectations.
You can give your sofa, chairs, dining seats, benches and ottomans a new lease on life with our custom reupholstery services and an almost limitless choice of fabrics-including the new “performance fabrics” that are super durable and cleanable with water!
We will come to your home to assist you in finding the perfect style, color and fit that works for you.
Contact us today to schedule your complimentary in-home consultation to discuss your uphostered furniture needs.
We proudly serve: Bethesda, MD, Boyds, MD, Clarksburg, MD, Clarksville, MD, Frederick, MD, Gaithersburg, MD, Germantown, MD, Glenwood, MD, Montgomery County, MD, Potomac, MD, Rockville, MD, Ashburn, VA, Leesburg, VA and surrounding areas.
About the Decorator
Over the years, Paula has had the opportunity to work with many notable programs and projects, such as the PBS program This Old House Milton Project (Milton, MA), LIFE Magazine’s first “Dream House” outside of Atlanta, GA, and two designs for The Washington Post’s House Calls Designs. Not only does Paula enjoy working on high profile projects like those, but she also thoroughly enjoys working with clients to address their design problems and/or create beautiful spaces to live in.