Today we’ll walk you through the top car or truck upholstery fabrics. And by “top” we mean what works, what you can count on. Everything from fabric to vinyl to leather. Let’s take a drive through what’s out there so you can shift your car’s next chapter into overdrive.
There was already an accelerating trend toward the RV and mobile home lifestyle pre-pandemic. But now? Holy cow! As a professional upholsterer, you know better than anyone the stunning shift in demand for reupholstering RV and mobile homes — both for commercial and residential needs.
In the spirit of taking a bit of a “glass-half-full” approach to the current delays in getting new furniture we thought this would be a great time to revisit one of our favorite topics reupholstery.
Because change is hard. And finding just the right furniture was a pain in the proverbial booty last time. Do you really need to go through that just because your furniture is beginning to look more frat house appropriate than chic or family friendly?
Slipcovers save lives. Ok, they don’t actually save lives. They do, however, save furniture from being kicked to the curb.
Take Crypton fabric, for instance. No, not Superman’s Planet Krypton. Though, it is kind of like a superhero. Allow us to introduce you.
While KOVI is thrilled to offer a range of affordable offerings to choose from amongst our 150+ leather options, we know that there’s still a sense of leather being more of an investment than some other upholstery. So let’s do a quick review of what we love — and are sure you’ll love — about leather!
Many of us have gotten to know our furniture VERY well over the last year. Perhaps you and your couch have, well, kind of become one. That’s okay. It’s nice to break-in your furniture. It’s certainly nice when you arrive at a sink-in-comfort that fits you like a glove!
Let’s talk some more about leather. Easily one of the most misunderstood of upholstery options. For too many folks leather seems to be both intimidating and alluring. But what’s the real story? Is leather durable or fragile? How does it fare over time? And what about for people with allergies? At the end of the day, is it right for you? Or ripe with problems?