Caravan Upholstery Perth
Upholstery Scotland provide a full caravan re-upholstery services to clients throughout Perth.
Choosing Caravan Upholstery from a Top Perth Upholsterer
Your caravan should be a home away from home and there is no reason that the interior should be any less stylish than your living room at home. With this in mind, we take a look at how to get the best caravan upholstery.
First on our list is colour. It is the one factor that can make or break a caravan interior. Older caravans tend to be swathed in dusty pinks, creams and beige but there is no reason why you cannot opt for other colour.
Just like at home, when choosing either block colours or patterns, follow this simple rule: choose three colours, two that are used across the caravan and a third that is used sparingly as an accent colour. Designers also suggest including a little black in the scheme too as this is the colour used to frame a setting.
And don't forget, darker colours are dramatic but tend to absorb light, whereas lighter colours can make the room feel bigger and cooler.
Block-coloured upholstery is a great addition in many ways but a pattern adds depths and texture, as well as interest to a space. In essence, there are three broad categories of patterns:
Fine lines or bold stripes, there is no doubting that stripes have a part to play in a caravan's interior. Choose two coloured stripes or opt for several colours for a modern, bright feeling.
Ditzy flower prints to large blossoms are perfect for creating a pleasant interior. Great for hiding a multitude of stains and marks, choose flower patterned caravan upholstery is popular with Perth customers.
Fantastic for creating a modern but warm interior, geometric patterns come in a range of styles and colours. They work well as both the main upholstery choice or as accent pieces in the caravan's interior.
Use patterns well and they will transform the interior of your caravan but like colour, bear in mind how pattern affects a space:
- Smaller patterns can make a space feel bigger
- Larger patterns should be used sparingly in a small space - keep them as an accent or to break the monotony of one pattern
- When mixing patterns, keep the same colour palette throughout to bring cohesion to a space
- Stripes can make a space feel taller or, when used horizontally, wider
There are all kinds of fabrics you can use from the warmth of crushed velvet to the cool feel of cotton, or their synthetic equivalent. But you need a fabric that is not only the right colour and pattern but robust too, and able to withstand the caravanning life.
Why not join other Perth customers and choose caravan upholstery with the help of our expert team?
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