We begin with the design and development of the wooden frame. The wood is cut, the frames are glued and screwed together by hand and thoroughly tested.
The frame is sprung and covered with webbing; this is followed by the application of the Hessian undercover. The piece is then upholstered by hand using foam, fibre, Dacron or wool felt.
The final part in the process is the application of the specified customer fabric, which is usually wool or leather. This will have been pre-prepared, cut and stitched by our team of seamstresses.
Our process is labour intensive, but hugely satisfying.
We are a modern company who cherish the time-honoured methods used in our manufacturing process. We look the the future as well as referencing the past. We keep pace with new developments in upholstery techniques and are now able to produce fully sustainable pieces.