Why Re-Upholster?

It’s Eco-Friendly

It is undeniable that modern-day furniture differs from its counterparts from decades ago. Antique and vintage furniture have withstood the test of time owing to their hardwood frames, and even if they display slight instability, the likelihood of repair remains high. The act of reupholstering aged furniture promotes environmental sustainability by preventing their disposal in landfills.

Below is a chair that was destined for the trash but instead was saved from that dreadful outcome.


Furniture, subjected to daily use, is susceptible to wear and tear that can damage both its external fabric and internal components. However, through the process of reupholstering, including replacing any necessary foam, the furniture can be restored to an appearance and texture surpassing its original condition. The benefit of reupholstering extends beyond restoration, as it offers the opportunity for customization, a feature that most furniture manufacturers do not provide.

In the event that the damage is confined to a limited area, repairing it without reupholstering the entire piece might be feasible. An illustration of this is evident in the case of pet damage inflicted solely on the arm of a sofa.

Sentimental Value

If you have obtained a furniture piece from a beloved individual, which holds sentimental value, but it appears worn out or no longer complements your decor, we can offer assistance. We provide a broad range of fabric selections to choose from, enabling you to customize your furniture with reupholstery, ensuring its longevity for years to come.

Presented below is an instance where a small portion of the original fabric was integrated into the interior lid of a recently reupholstered footstool.

There are many good reasons to re-cover your furniture instead of buying new ones. At Teal Tomorrow, we can help you achieve the look and feel you want for your furniture. We will work with you to make sure your vision comes true.

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