What's next on the list...

The Bagsy Booth is our stock pile, we will work our way through these and they will go up for sale as Designer pieces. However if you spot something you’d like us to work on to create a unique piece of furniture in your style made just for you then let us know.

The bagsy Booth is also a great place to purchase a project for you to work on during one of our upholstery class. An opportunity to personally create a one off piece for your home. Just look for the items marked with a button like this

to find out more about the upholstery skills you will learn.

Small pair of Parker Knoll chairs.

These are cute.

Smaller than a standard pair making them perfect for tight spaces. If they take your fancy get in touch for a re-style consultation.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
George III Pine Mule Chest

This antique mule chest has been well loved indeed.

It needs a new locks fitting and new drawer pulls. Would look fab lined in fabric or paper. It could even sport an upholstered top to be used and a seat.

We have some great ideas for this piece.

Sold – Antique children’s  Chair

Sorry folks.

This cute children’s chair has been bagsied by one of our upholstery students. 

Once this project has been completed I will share some photos.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
SOLD – George V Partner Desk 

Sorry folks, this desk was bagsied and has undergone restoration.

This desk is stamped G.R.V and was previously a Solicitors desk and it has also been a piece of furniture at Siemens Brothers & Co Limited. 

Photos of restoration coming soon.

Parker Knoll Chair – Model No. 973/4-993/4

This chair is super comfy. However it needs some love and attention to get it ship shape for use. If you would like this in your home then please get in touch to discuss your preferred style.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
SOLD – 1920’s Art Deco Reclining Chair

Sorry folks, this was bagsied and has undergone resoration and reupholstery. It was fab to bring this little beauty back to life with vibrant colours.

We will be posting an image with its new look soon.

SOLD – Heavily Carved Campaign Chairs

Sorry folks these have now gone.

These to us are one of those great finds and it wasn’t long before one of our customers spotted them and bagsied them for herself. After consultation we sympathetically restored these two beauties and upholstered them in a fabric of her choice which was a lush teal designer velvet. 

Antique Carved Dinning Chair

This chair with its carved oak frame and traditionally upholstered seat and back is a real gem. We’re relieved nobody tried to paint it as the woodwork is sure to come up a treat once sympathetically restored. Destined to be a stunner with a little TLC.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
Set of 6 Antique Balloon Back Chairs

Stunning restoration project. Showing a few signs of age with some scratches bumps and bruises. With a bit of elbow grease the woodwork will sing once again. They need new fully upholstered seats and some joint repair to 3 of the chair frames but will look great with bold eye catching fabrics.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
Sold – Mid Century Retro 1950’s Original Sherborne Footstool / Sewing Box

Sorry folks, this fab original British 1950’s sewing box or footstool has been bagsied.  

Registered design No. 913680, made by Sherbourne. Funky curved body with splayed tapering teak legs and brass satellite levelling feet. The hinged lid opens for storage.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
Modern Spindle Back Chair

This chair is structually sound but the red tinted varnish is begining to show signs of wear and the pale wood underneath is showing through in places.

 

With a new reupholstered seat this is a handsome chair indeed.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
Modern Queen Anne Style Dining Chair

A popular chair with it’s classic elegant style.

 

Missing it’s seat but not a problem, we’ll just make a new one.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes

 

Antique Library Chair

Just love the simple primitive tudor style of this antique chair.

It’s solid and heavy and I believe the back is designed to hold a jacket. Possibly a library chair back in its day.

Suitable project for our upholstery classes
Set of 4 dining chairs

Four chairs with saggy bottoms. 

 

They need some general restoration and reupholstering however they are structually sound with elegant slender cabriole legs.

1920’s Display Cabinet

This is your chance to Bagsy a little gem, it definitely needs some love and attention.

Keep it as a display cabinet or let’s go wild and make something completely new.

Let us know if you’d like this to be yours and make it our next project.

Antique Edwardian Metamorphic High Chair.

This is simply adorable.

 

Needs restoration. 

 

Suitable project for our upholstery classes