Reupholstering Equipment Westbrook ME

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D & M Distributors
(207) 772-4796
273 Presumpscot St Ste 1
Portland, ME
 
Furniture Restoration Guild
(207) 878-6730
68 Warren Ave
Portland, ME
Services
Furniture Repair, Furniture Restoration

Casco Bay Refinishing
(207) 874-1989
273 Presumpscot St
Portland, ME
 
Dimillo L Inc
(207) 781-2745
197 Middle Rd
Falmouth, ME
 
Carriage Trade Upholstery
(207) 282-0660
331 North St
Saco, ME
 
Portland Furniture Co
(207) 774-4351
46 Presumpscot St
Portland, ME
 
Emery Window Shade
(207) 772-4824
377 Saint John St
Portland, ME
 
Thomas Johnson Antique Restoration
(207) 222-2266
187 Flaggy Meadow Rd
Gorham, ME
Services
Furniture Refinishing, Furniture Repair, Furniture Restoration

Amity Furniture Refinishing Inc
(207) 781-7710
243 Falmouth Rd
Falmouth, ME
 
Finely Restored
(207) 829-6915
649 Sligo Rd
North Yarmouth, ME
 

Renovations Made Easy: Reupholstering for a Whole New Look

Want to know the fastest, cheapest and easiest way to get a whole new look in your home? Easy. Just reupholster your furniture. And while it may sound like a lot of work for furniture that you’ve had for years, you’ll find it’s well worth it in the end; and you’ll probably be amazed at the difference it makes in your home.

Couches, chairs, and other furniture pieces are expensive and we can’t always afford to replace them every time we want to change things inside the home. Here are some things to consider when you choose your new upholstery:
 
 
  • If your previous upholstery used a pattern (floral, striped or paisley) consider going with the opposite and select a solid color. If you are used to solids, then go with patterns this time around. This will create a more dramatic difference in your home.

  • Use the internet to find color palettes that work for your home. You can easily find colors that go well with each other on web. Just search “Color Palette Generator” on your favorite search engine.

  • Consider the type of lighting you have in your home and how it plays off of your furniture. Will a new type of lighting work better with the new upholstery? Consider more subtle lighting with darker upholstery and bright lighting with lighter colors. Use overhead lighting with patterns and floor lighting with solids.
 
 

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