Working on both residential and commercial projects, The Fabric Centre tailors its designs to suit each client’s needs, tastes and lifestyle while also maximising the potential of the space. “We want to make the aspirational achievable for our clients.” Shirley says. “We believe in creating functional, beautiful spaces that will stand the test of time. In the current lock-down many people have been using their time to revisit restoration projects and re-upholstery is the perfect way to breathe new life into irreplaceable furniture. There is nothing like seeing a beautiful piece of furniture that was loved to death, being given a new lease of life; restoring and repurposing pieces of furniture – rather than always buying new – is also really important in terms of sustainability and caring for our planet.”
“Having a house you love to come home too, that you want to spend time in and that makes your life qualitatively better is what good design is all about” adds Sheena. “We have spent decades doing just that and helping clients create their dream homes. We’re all spending an unprecedented amount of time at home, so having a home you love has never been more important and critical to our wellbeing.”
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