We offer full service leather cleaning, restoration and dying for lounge chairs and recliner chairs. We perform leather services that treat normal wear and tear such as color discoloration, scuffs, stains, color fading, dry leather surface, and more. If your leather lounge chair is to worn out , cuts, punctures, or tearing, we offer Partial Leather Reupholstery and Full Leather Upholstery. We carry quality Italian leathers to add value to your furniture or to match your upholstery. Choose from a variety of colors, textures, finishes. We stock Aniline Leather, Semi-Aniline Leather, and Protected Leather.
This designer leather tub chair needed a fresh new color to bring new life to our customer's living room space. Our customer selected a dark brown color to contrast her home decor. She thanked us for "a job well done!"
We had the opportunity to recover a set of Cromwellian chairs passed down from a few generations. Tears, water spots, greasy stains, and dryness marked this aged upholstery. Our customer chose a distressed waxed leather to preserve the rustic look of the chair. We added new brass headed nails and installed new foam to complete the restoration.
Cromwellian or Puritan chairs were made popular during the mid-17th century in England and colonial America.
This designer lounge swivel chair is glowing again after a complete restoration service. Over time the metallic finish faded and the seating developed typical wear and tear, light cracking and spotting. We mixed a blend of metallic dyes to return this chair to its original color.
These elegant tall back dining chairs from Macy's were originally upholstered in bonded leather. Our customer noticed the seats were showing signs of wear and cracking. The solution was to replace the faux material with a quality genuine brown leather that would stand the test of time and wear.
This antique wingback chair came to us with wear and tear, scuffs, discoloration, mainly on the seat cushion. We reupholstered the torn and punctured leather with new genuine leather. We color refinished the cushion to match the distressed natural finish. We also polished the brass nailhead trim.
This Century Furniture recliner is a good example of a common problem. We see that the top bustle back pillow absorbed body oils from the head which caused oil spotting and build up. We treated the leather for oil removal and refinishing of its original saddle color. The chair was sealed for added protection against oils.
We salvaged this antique wingback chair giving it new life through the magic of restoration. The upholstery is a combination of hair-on-hide leather (African Tanned Zebra Print) and a beautiful top grain distressed brown leather. The seat cushion is reversible. Beautifully hand carved frame was restained; Brass tacks buffed and polished. Great for: Any upscale home, office, restaurant, and more.
This Century Furniture recliner with bustle back and nailhead trim was brought back to top form.. The color and lacquer coating faded gradually. We dyed this piece to its original color and revived its natural two tone finish.
This classic Morris chair from Stickley was definitely showing its age. The upholstery had not been properly cleaned or conditioned on a regular basis. Running your hand over the leather you would feel its slightly dry and cracked finish. The restoration treatment resurfaced the leather and removed deep surface dirt.