From afternoon naps to box-set binges, you and your lounge are probably spending a lot more time together lately, particularly with the challenges of the coronavirus. And even though quality lounges these days can last up to 15 years, gradually wear-and-tear will take its toll.
But with many of us watching our hip pockets in these uncertain times, outlaying the cost for a new lounge is simply not an option. The solution? Enlisting the services of a professional (like us!) to reupholster your existing lounge for you. Here are the top 5 reasons to reupholster your lounge.
In an increasingly throw-away world, replacing furniture can often seem like the best solution. However, repairing a lounge, particularly if it’s in good condition, is a great way of retaining both its functionality and character. Given the current circumstances with the coronavirus and many of us spending more time at home, it can also be a wise financial choice. Let’s look at why you should consider reupholstering and how much it might cost to reupholster a lounge.
Lounge vs Couch vs Sofa, What Are Their Differences?
There wouldn’t be many households without one, but when it comes to talking about them they are often referred to by very different names. Couch, sofa lounge, chaise longue … what’s the difference? Read on for some simple living room lingo that explains the different types of sofas and will turn you into a lounging expert in no time!