Ready to learn about healthy materials for the inside of your upholstery project? You’ve come to the right place…
Natural Upholstery Materials: WHAT you need, HOW to use them & WHERE to find them.
Click the link below that best applies to you to learn more:
- I am a Maker / DIY Upholsterer
- I am Hiring an Upholstery Professional or Workroom to do my upholstery for me
- I am an Upholstery Professional or Workroom
Quick FAQ’s about our Services (what we do & don’t provide)
Q. Do you sell organic & chemical-free upholstery fabric?
A. We don’t sell upholstery cover fabric, but have begun a resource list of Natural & Organic Fabric for Upholstery. Check it out, and leave a comment about a fabric resource you’ve found (or ‘un-found’) to help others find their perfect fabric.
Q. Do you have custom-cutting services for latex foam?
A. Sadly, we have discontinued our latex sales as of October 2019. While supplies last, we have precut natural latex items in our shop, which are ‘one-of-a-kind’. For cutting these items to size, you can either consult with your upholstery professional, or cut it yourself (see video: How to Cut Latex Foam for Upholstery). Check the listings in our shop to see what’s available.
Q. Where can I buy natural upholstery materials for my project?
A. If you don’t find what you need in our shop, for a list of recommended vendors that sell custom cut natural latex foam, wool batting, cotton batting and ticking fabric, contact me here and request ‘Natural Upholstery Vendor List #R1’, and I will send it to you within two business days.
Q. How much will it cost to replace the old materials in my upholstery with non-toxic materials?
A. Since upholstery styles vary so widely, that’s a difficult call, but I’ve assembled a reference to help you get a rough idea of how much your project might cost.
Q. Do you offer consultation services to help me with my natural upholstery project?
A. Yes, you can read about Carla’s natural upholstery consulting services here.
See more answers to our most frequently asked questions here.
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