Nu-Rest Re-Upholstery is a family run business that has been dominating the upholstery industry for over sixty years. The entire team of Nu-rest upholsterers in Edinburgh are passionate about all things upholstery and have spent years studying and training in the practice that is now considered an artisanal skill. This means that every member of the Nu-Rest family are experts in their trade and are more than qualified to deal with any re-upholstery you may require.
Why You Need Upholsterers in Edinburgh
When it comes to our home, we all like things to look and feel just right. Although decoration and design projects may be ongoing, there are a few essential aspects of a house that are required to make it a home. One of these is somewhere comfortable to sit and spend time with loved ones or to relax during some alone time. When an old chair or sofa becomes worn down, outdated or damaged, it is all too compelling to simply toss it out and buy a replacement. For those who can’t afford to do so or feel that the chair has sentimental value, you may be considering having is re-upholstered to breathe life back into it. Finding an upholsterer in Edinburgh you can trust to do an excellent job but also deliver to you the style that you desire, can be a difficult task.
What Upholsterers in Edinburgh Can Do
Nu-Rest provide a comprehensive re-upholstery service that covers all possible circumstances. They can cover:
- 3 piece suites
- Single chairs
- Antique furniture
This leading business hold the widest selection of upholstery fabrics in Scotland and use the very best brands, including Sanderson, Swaffer, Moon, Ross and Linn Bowman. No matter what style you have in mind, Nu-Rest will be able to transform your old piece so that it looks freshly purchased from the store. In addition to recovering and re-upholstering, Nu-rest offer other specialist services such as:
- Frame repairs and modifications
- New quality foams
- French Polishing
- Leather Re-Upholstery and Repairs
What Areas Does Nu-Rest Re-Upholstery Cover?
- East Kilbride
- Bridge of Weir