If you require upholstered panels for your project then give us a call.
We have completed projects requiring upholstered panels for a range of projects including:
Large upholstered wall panels, fabric display boards, upholstered front desk panels, office dividers, reception desk panels, feature bar panels, deep button panels, stitched panels, upholstered ceiling panels and more.
Types of customers have included; shop fitters, MOD, UWE, schools, colleges, universities, and more.
Custom upholsted panels
We are able to produce bespoke, custom made panels to any shape or size and for any purpose. We can cut the board, supply foam cut to size of any thickness and density, and upholster in any material from cloth, leather or vinyl. If you require the foam to have acoustic properties to deaden sound, this is something we regularly specialise in and can make these to order. Take a look at our Acoustic sound proofing page to find out more.
Adding a design to your panel is something we can easily do, from chesterfield deep buttoning, twin needle stitching, or fluting – see below examples of just what we can do. If you have a design in mind for an upcoming project we would love to hear from you.
One of our larger projects has been for SmithBrewer shopfitters. Here we supplied large upholstered wall panels, which sit inside a large metal frame and are then mounted on the wall. These were each different in design with some being deep buttoned and others twin stitched. We have completed projects for SmithBrewer to be installed in Flannels luxury designer fashion stores all over the UK, including Glasgow, Middlesbrough, Mansfield, Sheffield and the Isle of Man.
Homewood Park Hotel
We make many upholstered bar fronts, this one here is for Homewood Park Hotel in Somerset. Here we supplied the boards cut to size along with foam and then upholstered them in faux leather with deep buttoning. This created a wow factor for the bar area. We are able to tailor designs to suit your needs regardless of where you want them fitted; walls, doors, bars or wherever!