Get fresh faced furniture this Christmas

reupholsterAs Christmas approaches we find ourselves at a crossroads with many of our customers seeking help in preparation for the festivities ahead.  Furniture doesn’t last forever but we can help extend its lifespan with our hand crafted bespoke service and reupholstery skills. With Martin & Parker, you can ensure that your beloved furniture looks its absolute best for the Christmas period.

If you have a piece of furniture that’s been with you a long time, maybe a family heirloom that has begun to fray under the duress of time then give us a call. We’ll take a look and depending on the nature of damage we will almost always be able to provide a professional reupholster job thus returning your precious furniture to presentable condition. We really value your custom and want to feel like an approachable, personal business that can give you just what you want. To make the reupholster quote easier for you, we’re happy to accept photographs of the furniture physically or digitally and then we’ll get back to you with a result. We have a vast range of fabric and leather choices so if it’s a particularly idiosyncratic piece, never fear as we can probably find something to fit the bill.

new sofaIf having new furniture or curtains to accommodate the family this Christmas is more to your agenda then you’ll find no greater outlet of handmade furniture in all of Derby (if you know anywhere better, we’d love to know who!). We are currently readying ourselves for the yuletide rush, so act now to ensure that your beautiful new handcrafted sofa or charming new curtains are ready to show off come December. Two and three seater sofas, arm chairs, sofa beds, footstools and a ‘co-ordinated’ range of cushions are among our specialities and with our bespoke service you can guarantee you’ll get the aesthetic choice you deserve.

To discuss our services, reupholstery, bespoke or otherwise then click here. For more news and information from Martin & Parker please like and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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