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Large armchairs such as wingback chairs or bergeres will cost a similar amount to a loveseat. This is because there is just as much work that goes into them. You’ll be looking at approximately $400 for one chair. Usually, seven yards of fabric is a good amount, but again, chairs vary in size so be sure to get an estimate from the upholsterer first.

Wood chairs (such as dining room chairs) can cost anywhere from $100 to $250 to have the seats redone. It depends on whether or not you want to have trim or other details. If the chairs have pop-out seat cushions, then it’s significantly cheaper, and it’s really easy to do it yourself. If you’re doing the seats and the backs, you will need anywhere from one to three yards of fabric.



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Weight the Pros and Cons So how much does it cost to reupholster a piece of furniture? In truth, it depends. Choice in the fabric and size of the piece are your biggest considerations. You need to weigh the pros and cons of each piece. In some cases, it might be worth it to start fresh with a new piece of furniture.
Buying new furniture has hidden costs, too, that you might feel roped into like furniture protection plans, fabric protection plans, and delivery costs that might make buying a new piece of furniture cost prohibitive.
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Contact or email: info(at) Note: If you are a new customer, and you need the upholster to do home visit, a SGD $40 will apply. This is to prevent people who are not serious in getting upholstery services from driving the business cost up. This helps to cut wasted time and expenses in order to benefit our existing customers. However, this SGD $40 can be reimbursed if the job is confirmed upon deposit. For existing customers, fees may be waived. Cheers

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