Caravan Upholstery Paisley

Caravan Upholstery Paisley

Upholstery Scotland provide a full caravan re-upholstery services to clients throughout Paisley. 

Choosing the right caravan upholstery - a guide for Paisley customers

Caravan upholstery has an unfortunate reputation for being heavily textured, heavily patterned and either a dusky pink or an insipid green.

That is no longer the case but there is a problem with this - the choice of fabrics and materials is so vast, it can seem an almost impossible task to choose! Here, we have put together a quick guide for Paisley customers to start thinking about the caravan upholstery they need and want…

#1 Budget

First and foremost, you need to be clear about your budget - and stick to it! Rarely do we have an infinite amount of cash to spend on a project and with caravan upholstery, Paisley customers will need to also bear in mind the cost of skilled people working on their project.

That said, when it comes to re-upholstery, you can get a lot for your money.

#2 Create a mood board

Just as you would for an interior room or renovation project, create a mood board of how you would want the interior of your caravan to look.

Remember, you don't have to settle for the 'same old, same old'. Some people choose to theme their caravans, or work with the interior that they already have. For example, older caravan has some amazing fittings but you may not want the heavy, textured material that they commonly came with. It is possible to choose a modern fabric, but sympathetically apply it to the interior of your caravan.

#3 Colours and patterns

Once you have an idea or two of how you want the interior of your caravan to look, you can start to narrow down the options of colour and patterns.

It is possible to create a truly bespoke interior in this way;

  • Plain block fabrics- mixing plain, block fabrics can produce an amazing result. Choose two main colours and a third contrast colour, that is used sparingly throughout the scheme
  • Mixing patterns- an on trend fashion that has been around for some time is to mix patterns, something you have probably been told never to do! Stick to your colour scheme and mix similar patterns, e.g. bold prints with smaller ditzy prints.
  • Mix plain colours with patterns- an obvious way of bringing in colour and texture is to mix plain coloured fabrics with an accent pattern fabric; this creates a stunning effect that people love.

These three simple steps will help you design the perfect interior to your caravan. 

Please contact Upholstery Scotland for more information on the company's caravan upholstery services for Paisley customers.

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