In personal to public spaces.
Commonly asked questions.
How do i start the process to get my furniture re-upholstered?
Email us photos of your furniture (front, back, and side views along with measurements), and we will get back with you on approximate cost and yardage. Furniture can also be brought into our work room as well. Contact us to set up an appointment.
**Include material replacements,eg. foam, down, nailheads and how many fabrics being used per piece (solid or print w/ repeat). The more specific, the more accurate response can be given.**
DO you sell fabric?
Most definitely! We have fabric, faux leather/ vinyl and leather sample books for you to browse through. We work with beautiful and durable materials and happily offer these options to our clients.
**Fabric, vinyl, etc. are always in addition to our labor cost.**
Do i need to leave a deposit?
Yes, when we receive your order with furniture and fabric, we do require a 50% deposit to begin work.
**We take all major credit cards, personal and business checks.**
Are your labor costs negotiable?
Our pricing is comparable and sometimes less than many of our competitors. Given the importance of our employees' labor, the quality provided, and our boutique form of business; we do not negotiate pricing.
**Cost given by email, text or phone are only approximate and subject to change.**
What is your turn around time?
We are at an 8 week minimum turn around currently.
**At this time, we do not offer rushed options on work orders.**
How long are estimates good for?
We honor written estimates for 30 days.
Do you pick up and deliver?
We pick up and deliver to different parts of Houston.
Send us your physical address and which floor you are on-
to receive the fees charged.
**Fees may be added or changed dependent on the piece(s) of furniture being picked up and delivered.**
Why am i being charged taxes on upholstery?
According to the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts, upholstery/ re-upholstery work is a taxable service.
Personal Property Maintenance, Remodeling or Repair Services
Services such as shoe shining or repair, appliance repair, furniture refurbishing or upholstering, jewelry repair or cleaning and dog grooming are taxable.
See Comptroller Rule 3.292, Repair, Remodeling, Maintenance, and Restoration of Tangible Personal Property.