Rosen Interiors has a wide range of fabrics to highlight furniture from any century with just a reupholster. Whether you are looking for that classic mid-century look or a new and fresh modern feel, we’ve got you covered!
Here at Rosen Interiors, we can assess any piece to see if it has a good foundation. We then can determine if the item can be reupholstered or if it’s time for it to be thrown away.
Check out some of our favorite projects we worked on this summer!
Summer 2020 Project Collection
After reupholstering this office chair, it turned out to have a stunning revival due to the light oak-colored leather.
This tufted dining chair retained that antique look using the velvet fabric. We refer to this as a period piece, meaning it was created to look like an older piece of furniture.
This chrome kitchen stool is from the sixties. Mid-century restoration and reupholstering are becoming trendy things to do as more people acquire these pieces from their relatives.
We used a wow fabric on this beautiful chaise. We love the colors and tones that were used in this fabric.
We were able to use a strong and durable fabric for this much-loved recliner. This will ensure plenty of years to come, even with constant use.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rosen Interiors is offering complimentary video consultations for interior design. Our interior design expert, John Laye, will consult with you via your preferred video chat service, such as Skype, Google Hangouts, etc.
Take John on a virtual tour of your home and let him know your vision for the space. He will help you with paint consultation, fabric selection, and offer his custom upholstery and custom window treatment services.
Complimentary Video Consultations for Interior Design
We recently reupholstered 3 antique pieces in contrasting bold hues and prints for a modern twist.
We started by upholstering the antique sofa in a denim blue color, along with a yellow ottoman. This client also requested that we create two custom throw pillows, which we did in a navy pattern with yellow piping and a yellow reverse side, the same yellow as the ottoman. As a final touch, we upholstered an antique armchair in the same patterned material on the throw pillows.
The result is a living room that looks cohesive, without being matchy-matchy. The fresh fabric updates keep the antique furniture from looking dowdy.
These homeowners opted for an interesting blend of styles for their window treatment. We started off with a set of Shangri-La shades. These modern-style blinds allow for an elegant light filtering system that’s easy to customize.
For their valance, we went with something more traditional, a set of Kingston Swags with a classic pattern. But if you look closely, you’ll see that the classic window treatment has an unexpected twist–bright green lining!
The result is an interesting mix of traditional and modern that is truly unique to this home.
If you invest in a classic piece of well-made furniture, it’s likely that you won’t need to replace it again. This doesn’t just keep materials out of the landfill. It allows you to make memories around your piece, which you can then pass down to future generations.
This sofa had high wooden arms, creating a cozy nook. The piece was in great shape, but the fabric needed an update, so we reupholstered it in a velvet fabric printed with hexagons.
We love the geometric look! The result is very classic and elegant. A cozy and stylish place to curl up with a book!
We are excited to share this photo from a recent project, where we designed, created, and installed gold-colored drapes for one of our clients.
Such a large and elegant window called for a set of custom drapes. This homeowner opted for a classic set in a pale yellow with green stripes. Take a look at the photo below, we think the results turned out very nicely!