Eclectic Chair is Leeds and Manchester based designer and upholsterer, Heather Linnitt's creative upholstery business. Here you will find vintage furniture and cushions made from vintage textiles for sale, and you may also enquire into having a chair or sofa of your own reupholstered.
Heather is a gifted upholsterer with 13 years experience, having studied at The Traditional Upholstery Workshop, where she gained an intimate education of her craft, she combinines traditional skills with her keen eye for contemporary design and vintage influences. As Eclectic Chair has grown in popularity, Heather also employs other upholsterers but always oversees any project undertaken to ensure that it is up to her exacting standards.
If you are looking for a unique piece of furniture to add a little eclectic character to your home, take a look at the Chairs For Sale page. If you are interested in buying a handmade original cushion made from vintage fabric take a look at the Buy Cushions page. Or if you have a cherished piece of furniture that you would like to freshen up with a new look, then take a look at the Upholstery page to find out what we can do for you.
We cover the Manchester and Leeds areas.
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