The Pros And Cons Of Reupholstering An Old Piece Of Furniture
Have you ever thought about furniture reupholstery in order to give it a fresh new look? It is an excellent way to extend the life of a favourite chair or preserve a family heirloom. It’s not always the first choice, not only on account of the time and effort involved but also because many people haven’t even considered the option. One reason could be they aren’t aware of reliable furniture stores that provide skilled reupholstering services.
Before you decide whether or not you’re going to reupholster an old piece of furniture you might want to consider the pros and cons of doing so.
- You are reusing a piece of furniture instead of sending it to the landfill.
- You can continue to enjoy a favourite antique instead of being forced to dispose of it.
- You can revitalize an old item with upholstery of your choice for a distinct, one-of-a-kind look.
- Vintage furniture is typically heavier and more durable than the new ones available on the market. Replacing the item with one of the same quality is probably going to be very expensive. Moreover, it might not even be available.
- You might have to spend some time identifying a quality reupholstering service.
- It might take a few days longer than just going out and picking a new item.
- The cost of reupholstering might initially seem too much.
Carrocel furniture store offers expert furniture reupholstery services in the Greater Toronto Area. Your piece will be worked on by experienced craftsmen who go beyond just recovering furniture, we refinish and repair it make it look brand new. We can make your favourite item the centre of attention again and the topic of conversation for years to come.
Carrocel furniture store has a proven process to restore the look and function of old furniture. Don’t throw those precious pieces away before we have had a chance to look at them. It’s a small price to pay to keep the chair Grandma gave you!
Contact Carrocel furniture store today at 416-999-2525 to inquire about reupholstering your old furniture, or visit out furniture store at 245 Bridgeland Avenue, Toronto.