Commercial Upholstery Paisley
Commercial Upholstery - jargon explained!
Making decisions on large purchases or investments like commercial upholstery need to be right - the interior of your business will set the tone and mood of the setting.
... If you looking to create a chilled, light ambience to your restaurant, bright, garish colours might not be the best way forward
... If you want to create an air of sophistication and opulence, you do not want holes or tears in your upholstery; neither will unsightly stains be welcome.
Upholstery Scotland, with its years of experience and technical know-how when it comes to all things upholstery, will be with you every step of the way through the commercial upholstery process. Offering their services to business in and around Paisley, you will soon be wondering why you didn't re-upholster sooner, the process is so simple and easy:
COLOURsets the mood of a room and big items of upholstered furniture like chairs and sofas, need to be considered carefully as to how they will 'fit' the mood of this room in a new colour. Colour is a versatile factor; you can use it to emphasise key points in the room or you can use it to distract or tone down.
Warmcolours tend to complement the more traditional of design, where ascoolcolours tend work well in more contemporary designs. There is also the ability to combine warm and cool colour, which can add drama to a room. However, exercise some caution; whilst white or very light colours might be 'on trend', they do not offer the same 'look' if they are stained...
Patternis another aspect of choosing commercial upholstery fabrics that many Paisley customers seen help on - not surprising when the huge array of choice if placed before a customer! Unfortunately, patterns do not always age well; in other words, what is on trend today might be considered 'old hat' by next year. Large patterns work better in a larger room too and so it is no surprise that so many customers find selecting patterned fabric so intimidating.
A key piece of advice is to use pattern to accent a theme or a colour in your interior decor. By this, we mean selecting a single colour in your scheme and then matching this within a pattern. Patterned commercial upholstery, when used well in a business interior can add drama as well as lifting the whole scheme.
Type of fabricis also important too.Naturalfibres, for example cotton, wool , hemp and linen might look fabulous on the roll - and can make great upholstery fabric in another setting - cannot and do not always stand up to the pressures of a commercial setting.
Man-made orsyntheticfibres have been developed over the years to offer increase resistance in a commercial setting, to food stains or dirt for example.
Durabilityis also a key factor as here at Upholstery Scotland we understand that no Paisley business wants to invest in commercial upholstery fabric, for it to tear within a few months of use. We can advise you as to the durability of chosen upholstery fabrics. The unit of measurement from which upholsters work is the double rub. This is a measurement of how durable a fabric is; the higher the rating, the higher the perceived resistance. This is not always reflected in price, so don't just assume your chosen fabric with a high double-rub rating will be the most expensive (there are other additional technical considerations which contribute to price!).
No matter what your commercial upholstery requirements are for your Paisley business, Upholstery Scotland can help you; contact them today to arrange an appointment.