Danish Arm Chairs
This pair of Danish arm chairs have been upholstered in a Warwick Chai fabric with new Dunlop foam seat and back cushions and the legs are Brazilian rosewood.
Hans Wegner Plank Chairs
Hans Wegner Plank cahirs made from Oak and upholstered in Kvadrat fabric
Early Australian Timber Arm Chair
This chair is a great example of an early Australian mid century chair.
The frame was simply oiled and the chair upholstered in a great choice of a Warwick fabric.
Australian Timber Arm Chair
This Australian timber arm chair came into the shop after living outside for many years.
The arms were grey from water and sun and the chair got a complete restoration.
The fabric is a Warwick outdoor fabric and the timber arms were sanded back stained with a walnut stain and finished with a Danish oil.
This chair is a great example of a Swedish Mid Century chair.
It has been upholstered is a Danish Kvadrat fabric and the timber has been stained to look like rosewood.
Moller #78 Rosewood Chair
This small ladder back Moller number 78 is in Brazilian rosewood and fully restored and finished in NSW Italian leather.
Moller #71 Oak Chairs
Danish company Moller have produced these chairs for many years the number 71’s are very popular.
These ones are made from Oak and are beautifully restored and upholstered in a Warwick Husk fabric.
The chairs are fully restored with new webbing and Dunlop foam.
Moller #55 Teak chair
This Moller number 55 is a rare one and is one of 2 in in a set of 8 dining room chairs.
It has been fully restored and upholstered in a Warwick Husk fabric.
Moller # 71 Rosewood Chairs
These 2 belong to a set of 6 Rosewood Moller number 71 and are fully restored with Dunlop foam and Nsw Italian leather.
Early Australian Diamond Buttoned Arm Chair
This great example of an early mid century Australian diamond buttoned arm chair.
The timber is walnut and with a sturdy frame this piece will live on with its Daybreak Warwick fabric.
Rare Featherston Chair
This rare Featherston chair was produced for the Globe cafe in Prahran many years ago.
The frame is Australian timber silky oak and the upholstery is a Mammoth wool from Instyle.
Although it is a 50 year old chair it has been french polished and fully restored back to original condition.
This is a great example of a Danish lounge and is upholstered in a Warwick Chai fabric and has rosewood legs and new Dunlop foam cushions.
Early Danish Settee
This early Danish settee is part of a 3 piece suite and is upholstered in a Danish velvet from De Ploeg fabrics Denmark.
Danish Arm Chairs
The other 2 from the 3 piece Danish suite have all got orange buttons to pop from the velvet.
The chair on the left is the Grandfather and on the left in the Grandmother chair.
Featherston Numero Uno Chair
These are one of my favorite lounge chairs and to be a Featherston is pretty cool.
They are formed out of a solid foam interior construction and come in a high black low back, curves corner and an Ottoman.
This beauty is upholstered in a Instyle Mammoth wool fabric.
Danish Rosewood Chairs
These two belong to a set of 6 and is made from Brazilian rosewood and is fully restored and upholstered in a Nsw Italian leather.
Australian TV Chair
This style of chair circa 1960′s was very popular and was named the TV chair.
They have a reclining mechanism in the back that allows you to become more comfortable.
Upholstered in a Wool mix from Instyle fabrics and fully restored with new Dunlop seating and back foam.
Australian Leather Swivel Chair
This Australian Brown built brand chair was originally upholstered in a woolen fabric or Vinyl.
We re upholstered it in a NSW semi aniline Italian leather and added the stitching detail to break up the solid back.
Sweedish Rosewood Dining Chair
This little beauty came in from Denmark upholstered in a green and beige striped woolen fabric.
This cahir is a set of 6 and upholstered in a Kvadrat woolen fabric.
Early Danish Arm Chair
This chair was also upholstered in a lovely Danish woolen fabric but now is a polar opposite semi aniline Italian leather from NSW leather in Collingwood.
Erik Buck Bar Stool
This fully restored Erik Buck bar stool is made from Brazilian rosewood and is finished in a Italian leather from NSW leather.
Australian Dining Rooom Chairs
These two belong to a set of 6 Australian dining room chairs they are upholstered in a Austex commercial grade Pellan Vinyl.
Dario Zoureff Arm Chair
This is a great example of premium Australian mid century design by Dario Zoureff. The arm chair is part of a three piece suite all upholstered in a Danish wool from Kvadrat fabrics.
Australian Dario Zoureff Lounge
This is the two seat lounge that belongs to the 3 piece suite by Dario Zoureff.
Upholstered in a blue woolen fabric by Kvadrat Denmark.
Kai Kristiansen Chairs
These are made from Brazilian Rosewood ans are fully restored and finished in a Itilian leather from NSW leather in Collingwood.
Australian Kangaroo Arm Chair
This Australian hardwood timber arm chair is covered in a Zepel fabric with a walnut stain and finished in a wood oil.
Considered a rocker as it has springs on the rear.
Danish Arm Chairs
These two chairs are upholstered in a Warwick Cargo fabric and the timber arms and legs are Teak.
Danish Three Seat Lounge
This three seater has new foam cushions and is upholstered in a Warwick fabric.
Originally upholstered in black leather, this 1960′s chair has taken on a new lease on life.
Covered in a Zepel fabric and upholstered in the same style really makes the chair look modern.
Hans Wegner Lounge
Hans Wegner is one of my favorite designers as he seems to have a way with proportions.
This is a four seater lounge and is upholstered in a Warwick Keylago fabric.
Still a great looking chair is this example of an Aero chair.
It is super comfortable and will look good for many years to come.
Retro Arm Chair
Circa 1950′s this Featherston looking Australian retro chair is very charming.
You still see these chairs kicking around as they were made well.
These 2 Australian Ottomans are covered in a stylish Warwick fabric called Daybreak and will live for a long time due to the excellent fabric choice.
English Wing Chair
Circa 1960′s English made Parker Knoll wing chair was produced for many years before and after the 60’s.
Parker Knoll, not to be confused with the Australian Parker, grew their own hardwood forests for their own furniture.
Again a great choice of a Warwick fabric really sets this Wing chair off.
Early Kangaroo Chair
Circa 1940′s This Australian Kangaroo arm chair is restored in a Warwick fabric and has springs in the back to enable it to bounce up and down which made them very popular back in the day.
This Zebra pattern Fler chair is one of two that we upholstered in this Warwick fabric.
Unfortunately Fler has designed the arms to be constructed from timber and hard foam which ended up being a huge problem and the fine furniture company seized production.
Nucleus Designs and upholstery Melbourne offer a wide range of domestic residential upholstery services.
Our focus on Mid Century; 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.