The Coach House Workshop, Unit 42, 965 Stockport Road, Levenshulme, Manchester, Lancashire, M19 3NP M: 07814 875 816 T: 08009 247 507 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Coach House upholstery workshop is run and owned by Lee Wright, who provides high quality workmanship by a skilled craftsman in the courtyard of Levenshulme Antiques Village. The area I specialise in is fabric and leather upholstery, Bespoke furniture and furniture restoration.
I have had a passion for furniture design and upholstery from an early age. I decided to gain qualifications in the City and Guilds levels, where I was awarded a Medal of Excellence for my work in all aspects of upholstery and furniture design.
With 16 years of experience in fabric and leather upholstery, I decided to set up my own furniture business.
Maybe you have invested in a good sofa and chairs, or you've inherited a family heirloom which you just cannot part with. Which ever is the case, the sofa or chair is maybe looking tired, has lost its shape or the fabric doesn't fit in with your present colour scheme. This is where I can help by providing a reliable, personal re-upholstery service.
Re-upholstery isn't just replacing old fabric with new. Re-upholstery means that your existing chair or sofa is completely stripped down to the framework and all the fillings are replaced with ones that meet current furniture and furnishings fire regulations. Finally the new fabric is cut to size, expertly machined and the piece upholstered by a skilled craftsman to your requirements.
This is the service that I will estimate for free and will result in a 'new' piece for considerably less then the replacment cost. Better still is the fact that you are happy with the comfort and it fits your colour scheme because of the wide variety of fabric and leather that I have to offer. I will always provide customers with free sample swatches of their chosen fabric or leather. Also, I provide a re-upholstery service in bar, restaurant and pub seating.
I also collect, restore and sell quality 20th century furniture, industrial lamps and lighting and prints/paintings by Bauhaus designers Herman Miller, Merrow Associates, Charles and Ray Eames and Danish furniture. Why not take a look on the pages listed above.