Reupholstering Your Furniture

Appreciation for Antiques & Heirlooms

The early pandemic reminded us of our own creativity, forcing us to shop within our own home to refresh our space. Further, it is arguable that the last year made us more open to imperfections, seeing the beauty in the simple things. 

With on-going supply chain issues, antiques and heirlooms have transcended beyond a quarantine project and are becoming focal points in home design. In fact, younger generations are showing an appreciation for antiques by seeking out one-of-a-kind items at second-hand furniture stores. If not second-hand, many homeowners are seeking furniture with a certain lived-in appeal. 


Not to mention, this new appreciation for antique furniture and decor is keeping in line with the theme of sustainability. Antiques are starting to be celebrated as the ultimate “green resource” in the furniture industry.  

In 2022 we will see homeowners choose quality over quantity in home design. We will see a preference for unique pieces that tell a story. Something to surround yourself with for decades. 

Do you have furniture in your home that you would like to breathe new life into? Consider reupholstering your furniture for a fresh and updated look.