Edwardian Timber Club Chair
This chair is one of a set of two that have been fully restored in NSW semi aniline Italian leather and the timber was oiled with Danish oil.
Florence Broadhurst Fabric Chair
Florence Broadhurst an Australian designed many beautiful fabrics and wallpapers during the early days and as you can see this chair looks excellent upholstered in the Horses Stampede fabric.
This particular chair was made by my client’s grandmother many many years ago and so it was an absolute pleasure to oil up the frame add new Dunlop foam cushions and upholster in such beautiful fabric.
Carver Chair in Misssoni Fabric
Such a great fabric is this Italian Missoni Chevron fabric.
This chair was simply neatened up with steel wool a touch of colour and linseed oil was applied to the frame.
The chair is one of two and is finished with small upholstery decorative studs.
Cow Hide Club Chair
Underneath the cow hide is a early 1920’s Australian club chair.
We sourced the hides from NSW leather in Collingwood and upholstered 2 of these Edwardian style club chairs.
Woven Deck Chair
Circa 1950′s this fold up woven deck chair is pretty cool.
We stripped of the old weaved base and seat to add the new cotton blend webbing.
As the piece was now to live inside, a UV stabilised webbing was not needed.
Victorian Antique Chair
This is a great example of a x frame style Victorian antique chair which looks like it came from England.
Covered in a Warwick fabric and finished with studs, it really is in great condition.
Carver Dining Room Chair
A reproduction copy of a popular French Louis style chair covered in brown velvet.
The chair featured a man made snake skin outside back and was finished in a chocolate braid.
Victorian Diamond Buttoned Chair
This chair has been looked after extremely well its entire life.
It contains horse hair and is in excellent condition.
The frame is beautiful walnut and no restoring needed for this beauty.
Diamond Buttoned Arm Chair
This Louis style arm chair is a 90’s reproduction and was found on the street all faded and water logged.
With a rub back, some colour and covered in denim it looks the piece.
Victorian Arm Chair
This chair was also found on the side of the road.
The chair has hose hair for stuffing and is upholstered in a now discontinued Warwick fabric.
The Victorian made a great present and will live on for many years to come.
Edwardian Day Bed
This Circa 1930′s Australian Day Bed is covered in a Warwick silk blended fabric and finished with a walnut stain and pale boiled linseed oil and is restored to hold its many years of patina.
This circa 1880′s Victorian settee is made from walnut timber and is diamond buttoned and covered in a local artists design for an exhibition in Melbourne.
Boudoir, Slipper and Ladies chair are some of the common terms for this piece.
Originally fitted with a skirt, the chair looks much better now especially finished off with the legs and fabric supplied by Warwick.
From about 1950, the seat in this chair opens to pop your slippers into.
Very innovative even back in the day.
This antique style ottoman had a mock cushion on the top but we retro fitted the attached foam for a clean looking Ottoman.
This is a early reproduction of a Victorian Ottoman that will live on.
Zebra Dining chair
The Zebra chair was originally done in a rattan.
With a good age and rickety look, she was ready for a new lease.
Covered in a Robert Allan fabric and finished with an ebony stain.
This is the chair you will see in lots of American movies I have seen this chair most out of any other.
Victorian Leather Settee
Circa 1850′s: This Victorian beauty was born around the time of the gold rush and is constructed from Australian Cedar.
Covered in a classic moss green NSW semi aniline leather stained and french polished, the Australian Victorian piece will live on.
American Dining Chair
Constructed out of American timber and excellent carpentry methods which makes this chair extremely strong.
Comfort is A1 due to the Zig Zag springs and the Warwick fabric completes the chair.
You can always spot the American furniture due to the use of good tools and excellent skills.
1930′s Tub Chair
A comfortable Australian tub chair covered in a Warwick fabric and holds a classic look.
This one belongs to a set of two and was properly sold in a set of three with a settee
Back in the day the lady of the Boudoir would have a chair like this in her bedroom.
I chose this Warwick fabric to give a modern yet rich look back in 08.
Nucleus Designs and upholstery Melbourne offer a wide range of domestic residential upholstery services.
Our focus on residential; and commercial upholstery areas is as follows, Antique restoration, lounge upholstery, dining chair upholstery, Danish and mid century upholstery, custom made furniture, foam cut to size, Any shaped or fabricated cushion, curtains, and even cars and boat trimming.