These wingback chairs were some of the first pieces of furniture that we acquired when we moved into our house over a year ago, and they definitely set the tone for our formal living room. I had done some reupholstering myself before, but knew this was a job that called for a professional. I didn’t want to have any part in ruining these chairs that had been so well preserved since the 1930’s! Finding fabric and the right upholstery shop were my big tasks.
|Found at a garage sale for $8. They were owned by one family since the 1930’s. What a S-T-E-A-L!!|
|After many hours debating fabric options and shopping for the cheapest rupholstery shop around|