The conservation of furniture depends a lot on the use that people give it, however, when the passage of time takes its toll, there are options to leave that furniture like new. To find out how to achieve this, you can check out our selection of the best upholstery books in PDF format. Thanks to upholstery, you won’t have to throw away any furniture.
Nothing affects the aesthetics of a space more than the deterioration of its furniture. We can have very precious pieces for the family and not want to lose them as part of our heritage, but they are so deteriorated that we seriously think about getting rid of them. A good upholsterer can conveniently intervene in this. For this reason, we invite you to learn about this trade with our books on upholstery. Maybe this is the solution you were looking for to save those pieces of furniture you love so much.
Upholstery is the trade that is responsible for making furniture, but not its structure, but to place fabrics to cover them, padding and make them look better aesthetically. It is also in charge of restoring the upholstery of furniture or seats already aged or damaged by use. The upholsterer has their field of work in homes, offices, cars, airplanes and any other space that requires upholstered furniture or seats.
The upholsterer works with various materials such as fabrics, leathers, buttons, staples, wadding, zippers and tacks. Among the tools used are: sewing machine, staple remover, upholsterer’s hammer, stapler, needles, among others. It also requires manual skills for sewing and cutting.
With our more than 15 books on upholstery in PDF format you can discover much more about this important trade that struggles not to disappear as an offer in the market. It is worth keeping it alive, as it is an art that many value. Download the books now and enjoy the knowledge.
Here we present our complete selection of Upholstery books:
Design Criteria for the Production of Upholstered Living Room Furniture Founded on Asante Traditional Stool
The Upholstery and Chairmaking Trades of Eighteenth-Century Newport, 1730 - 1790
Jennifer N. Johnson
Fire Characteristics of Upholstery Materials in Seats
Linda Makovicka Osvaldova, Iveta Markova, Miroslava Vandlíckova
Haynes Car Builder’s Manual-Chapter 17 - Upholstery and Trim (Article)
Clubman Builders Resource
Performance Properties of Classical and Modern Upholstery Techniques (Article)
Nihat Dongel, Baris Yilmaz
The investigation of soft furniture upholstery deformational behaviour (Article)
Here ends our selection of free Upholstery books in PDF format. We hope you liked it and already have your next book!
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