Image: 17 - Cushions Need Love Too

Spring is a wonderful time to spring-clean and refurbish and refresh your home.

Are your sofas looking saggy and losing their ooooomph? If so, they can be restored to former comfort and look simply by replacing cushion interiors.

Feather cushions look and feel fantastic but require a lot of maintenance by plumping up to ensure they don't look flat. Often new furniture is made by using poor quality interiors.

Seat cushion interiors we use best quality flame retardant "Reflex" fillings, which carry a ten year guarantee. These are then wrapped in a secondary casing, comprising Dacron and stockinette, to prolong cushion life. To suit your taste, cusion fillings can be made in varying densities, ensuring that you have the firmness or the softness you prefer. If different family members prefer more supportive or compliant cushions, perhaps to ease back problems, it is also possible to make one chair firmer than the others.For back cushion interiors we recommend best quality "Fibre-fill" interiors.

The combination of "Reflex" and "Fibre-fill" will ensure maximum comfort, quality and durability.

You'd be amazed how new cushion interiors can restore your sagging and uncomfortable furniture to its former glory, or even better!!

We do this on a regular basis with excellent results.

Please call us at the workshop on 01277 374444 (weekdays between 8am and 5pm. We are also at the workshop most Saturdays although times are more flexible as often I'm out visiting customers) and I can advise what sort of interiors and densities will suit you best, once we've discussed what kind of feel you require. If you prefer e-mail a couple of photos of your furniture we can reply by e-mail with an accurate quotation. If you prefer we can visit you at home, or you can bring cushions to the workshop. Visitors to the workshop are always welcome - come and see what we're working on and view the quality of our craftmanship!

From collection to delivery takes between twenty four to forty eight hours - not long for a transformation!

 
 
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