Upholstering old furniture – a solution to restore beauty

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Do you own a sofa, armchairs or old chairs that are damaged or they have lost their brilliance? Do not give them up! Through upholstering you can change its look and you can give back its beauty. By restoring the upholstery, you can choose colours, fabrics and patterns that will come into harmony with decors of the space that you want to enrich. Whether the fabric of the upholstery has got discoloured, or it got stained or thin and the fabric untangled, upholstery is a convenient choice through which you can give a new life to your pieces of furniture.

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All that you have to do is to find an upholsterer, who is truly in love with upholstery, whose skilled hands can restore the brilliance of some bland and degraded pieces of furniture. Such an upholsterer, who describes himself as a “maniac of the upholstery” is the Belgian Steve Vanhulle from Bruges. Steve Vanhulle uses his creativeness and his plentiful experience to enchant us with its custom upholstery projects. He transforms the old pieces of furniture that are worn and unattractive into exceedingly beautiful and artistic supplies, whose customized and attractive design give them the power to give vitality to any room. We have selected a few pieces of furniture from Steve Vanhulle‘s portfolio that I hope will you enjoy.

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