Commercial Upholstery Inverness
Upholstery Scotland provide a full commercial re-upholstery services to business clients throughout Inverness.
The company can re-upholster/refurbish, or manufacture, furniture to suit all types of Glasgow establishments, including:
- function suites
- social clubs
- bowling clubs
- civic buildings
Have you ever wondered why some materials work better in some capacities than in others?
If you have, and you are in need of a commercial upholsterer in Inverness, why not give us a call to find out how we can help you?
Fabric and materials in a space add texture, appealing to both touch and vision. Get it right, and your upholstered items can stay looking fabulous for longer. However, when the right material isn't chosen, within a few uses it can start to look old and, even worse, be torn or ripped.
The upholstery in your business space says a lot about your company thus, ripped and tattered furnishings will not give the impression to the consumer that you want.
As you make your choice, you will need the expert advice of a commercial upholsterer in Inverness - and we will be happy to help! - but look out for the following considerations:
The robustness of the fabric
Different fabrics have different levels of resilience. Some are more able to withstand 'rough and tumble' than others. You need to be clear what kind of use the material will be expected to withstand. You will want to consider frequency of use, for example, as well as if the material will need cleaning and so on.
There is a wide choice of fabrics that offer different abilities and are suitable for all kinds of situations. Just because you need something that is tough and resilient, doesn't mean that it has be heavily woven or even tapestry like.
Synthetic or natural material?
In effect, there are two choices when it comes to categorising materials - one type is those that are classed as natural, with the fibres often coming from a plants or in some cases, animals and insects. These natural materials include leather, silk and cotton.
Synthetic materials are also known as man-made and these often mimic other materials. Polyester, for example, is thought to have been created as a more robust answer to silk. Vinyl is similar to leather, but is manufactured.
There are pros and cons to each, which will be affected by how and where they are used. Leather may be a great option as it is robust but, it can be expensive, depending on the market and production costs.
Colours and patterns number in their thousands and so many people can have trouble narrowing down their choice to just one or two! This is how a commercial upholsterer in Inverness can really help - we understand your vision, and which fabrics can fit within a space to give the professional impression you want for your business.
If you need the help of a professional commercial upholsterer in Inverness, please contact Upholstery Scotland.