We re-upholstered these two traditional winged armchairs in a distinctive Moon wool. Ther overall look is green but the pattern has a subtle multicolour stripe running through it. As always, the pattern runs seamlessly from panel to panel.
Green stripe wool detail
A notable feature of this delightful winged armchair is the loose arm covers, which have been made precisely to follow the lines of the Moon check fabric.
Check wingback – front
Check wingback – rear
We were delighted recently to restore this Duresta Maximus Compact sofa to its orginal glory. Naturally, the utmost care was taken that the check pattern of the Moon wool fabric runs seamlessly from panel to panel.
This beautiful Ligne Roset Opium sectional sofa has been re-covered in a charcoal Abraham Moon wool. This is our second Opium in four months, and this one looks just as good as the last!
Ligne Roset Opium
Ligne Roset Opium
Another Duresta has been carefully and lovingly restored to its former glory. This time a magnificent Hornblower has been re-upholstered in black wool from Abraham Moon & Sons. With some additional small repairs to the wooden finials, this lovely sofa looks great in the early Spring sunshine.
Hornblower finial detail
Hornblower end view
This Parker Knoll armchair (model number PK720, aka the ‘Penshurst’) has been re-upholstered in an Abraham Moon check wool. With check fabrics we take great care that the pattern matches and the lines follow on from one another in all directions. It is this attention to detail which makes the finished piece look really special.
Parker Knoll Penshurst – stripped
Parker Knoll frame
Parker Knoll Penshurst – Moon check
Parker Knoll check – front detail
Parker Knoll check – back