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Having recently re-upholstered Bergère furniture for a number of clients, we are delighted now to have an in-house specialist in the care of such furniture frames. With their principle characteristic being the exposed framework, very often made of beech, fruitwood, walnut or mahogany, sometimes painted, sometimes gilt, it takes great skill and patience to get the very best results.

Since Frances joined us, she has helped to further expand our capabilities with expertise in cane furniture too. In her 25 years of experience, Frances has forged relationships with materials suppliers to make sure that the cane, rush and seagrass used will give the best looking results and the greatest longevity.

From weaving a standard six-way pattern, to the challenges presented by medallion backs, double Victoria or the very complex rising sun pattern, Frances' skill and attention to detail ensure outstanding results.

So for bringing out the beauty of your natural materials as well as a first class upholstery job, call us on the number shown above, or click in the header of any page to send us an email describing your Bergère, cane or rush furniture.

 
 
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