Olga is well-informed about 20th century furniture and continues acquiring knowledge in design, construction, variety of upholstery methods and different types of original fabrics through continuous process of working on exciting pieces of modern design from Europe and the UK.
Modern upholstery is faster than traditional and requires a different skill set. Synthetic upholstery materials are used rather than organic, therefore it has economical benefits for those who seek swift, more affordable re-upholstery results. Amongst the above perks, modern methods achieve more streamlined and crisp look due to the foam that’s used for padding.
Olga is attentive to the ways you look to integrate renovated pieces into your interior space so she’d be delighted to give advice on colours, prints and textures of fabrics if required. For those based in East London, home visits are possible to arrange for a closer assessment and more precise cost estimation.
Olga has experience in re-upholstering to initial design Jean Prouve’s S.C.A.L. day bed, Le Corbusier’s LC2 armchair, Afra and Tobia Scarpas’ Bonanza sofa, Olivier Mourgue’s Djinn sofa, Paolo Deganello’s AEO chair, Kazuhide Takahama’s Marcel armchair, Pierre Paulin’s Groovy Chair, Giancarlo Piretti’s Alky Chair, and many more modernist collectables.