Chairs, like horses, are most often supported by four legs, can hold up at least one person, and are used as dining surfaces during table droughts. Obtain haunch holders with today's Groupon to Queen Anne Upholstery. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you get $75 toward dining-chair upholstery. Must purchase at least 2 yards of fabric.
- For $60, you get $120 toward occasional-chair upholstery. Must purchase at least 5 yards of fabric.
- For $99, you get $200 toward sofa upholstery. Must purchase at least 10 yards of fabric.
Queen Anne Upholstery's expert craftsmen trim and tailor textiles, carrying on a 75-year tradition of swathing antique and contemporary furniture. With today’s Groupon, clients can drop in for a complimentary consultation, toting a photograph or police rendering of their furnishings to help upholsterers assess the scale, style, and threat level of their project. After choosing from a surfeit of natural and synthetic materials, including cotton ($10–$60/yd.), leather ($81–$162/yd.), and vinyl ($19–$35/yd.), patrons can schedule an upholstery appointment.
When the appointment day arrives, customers can bring their furnishings to the store, where craftsmen will expertly re-case all pillowed parts of dining-room chairs (about $100, including fabric), occasional chairs ($800+, including fabric), and sofas ($1,800+, including fabric). Pricing for custom upholstery projects varies based on fabric, foam/padding replacement, and the extent of labor needed to complete the job. After upholstering, patrons can pick up their parcels or have them delivered within Puget Sound ($45–$64 for trips within 10–15 miles of the store). Then, with freshly frocked furniture, homeowners can add style and comfort to living spaces or nearby bus stops.