1st time reupholster something. My old boss asked me to redo a old dentist's stool. At first I was being nitpicky on the outcome. Then I seen it fully put together and I like how it looks. #leather#upholstery
We are busy getting things organized for the upcoming markets! Making velvet Christmas stockings, pillows and experimenting with faux fur! You can find us at “Off the Track Christmas Market” on Dec 1st and @start.stratford on December 8th & 9th! It’s been a long time since our last Market, let’s hope we have enough product!! 📷 Nina Polidoro Photography
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Maximalist is the new buzzword on every designers lips this winter. Look at our collections for inspiration to keep up with this trend.
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What a transformation 😳
This chair came into our workshop looking very old and tired, it has been transformed and modernised and has turned out fantastic 😁
The customer is delighted and you can see why with results like this! 👍
We offer free no obligation quotations and the work is all carried out at our in-house open workshop, so you can watch your cherished furniture be transformed 😁
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Sitsmith + Co. are pleased to announce our involvement in the COORIE CHRISTMAS market in Huntly on the 1st December.
For those not familiar with the term “Coorie”, Coorie is to Scotland what “Hygge” is to Scandinavia – that warm, content feeling, but unique to Scotland.
Come along to the Huntly Hive (Former RBS) in the Square between 10am and 2pm on the 1st December and meet a selection of Handmade in Huntly producers and their artisan products on display. Lots of items to buy as well as craft bakery products to sample – definitely a guaranteed “Coorie” moment.
💙Lexus has been making huge strides as an apprentice! Here, she’s fitting sewn inside arms on a wing chair, but she’s also learned almost everything there is to know about cushions, so the next step to make her own! 💙 At SGW, we feel responsible for training the next generation of upholsterers, and giving opportunities to women to learn a portable skill that can launch a career, or enable them to start their own business. We are making space for women and continuing the great tradition of beautiful craftsmanship in Virginia.