When looking for upholstery fabric, Birmingham has a lot to offer and, just up the road in Walsall you will find Hole In The Wall Fabrics. We take our upholstery textiles seriously, which is why we stock a HUGE range of upholstery fabric for Birmingham and the surrounding areas. Whatever you need it for, you can trust our high-quality materials to blend into your home seamlessly. We consistently stock top-of-the-range designs for every trend so that you can find what you need, whether you’re a traditionalist or modernist.
Our upholstery fabric is affordable, too, so there’s no need to worry about blowing your budget. When you shop with us, you get plenty of value for money.
Whether you want to shop in-store or online, we offer the perfect upholstery fabric buying experience.
Whatever furniture you want to lovingly restore, you will find the ideal fabric for the right price.
Both online and in our huge store you will find fabrics of every material and colour, available by the metre from the biggest brands in the industry.
We understand that furniture has to take a lot of wear over its lifetime, and flaws can appear as a result. Of course, there is a cost associated with replacing furniture and that’s not always an option. However, you don’t want to leave a gaping hole in the couch either. Upholstery fabric is the perfect solution.
In Birmingham there is a growing army of crafters that enjoy bringing furniture back to life with their re-upholstering skills. With our designs, you can choose a roll of fabric that suits your needs and start the repair process. With us as your partner, your furniture will look as good as new. We also offer fabric for curtains, too.
Don’t let your beautiful furniture waste away – call us now for expert advice and save your pieces.
Our fabrics are more than a means to save your furniture. If you want to get creative, you can also use them to renovate old, tired pieces and give them a new lease of life. Thanks to our selection of materials, there’s no need to get stuck in the past. Instead, you can move with the times and fix a new exterior to your furniture and bring it into the 21st-century.
We have fabrics for chairs, curtains, and whatever else you need.
Fabrics differ in strength and durability, so you need to pick the right one for the job. When it comes to upholstery, there are two kinds – light or general. Light is a piece of furniture that isn’t used very often, such as a dining room chair or bedroom sofa. For this, a less robust fabric will do the trick because it won’t suffer from as much wear and tear.
General upholstery is a generic term for anything that requires a substantial material as it’s well-used. You will need a hard-wearing fabric so that flaws don’t regularly appear and you don’t have to repair your furniture all of the time.
If you’re ever in doubt, you can contact one of our dedicated customer service representatives and ask for their expert advice.
Every project is different, so there isn’t a one-size-fits-all policy. As a general guide, an armchair shouldn’t need more than 7 metres of fabric, whereas a sofa will need around 20 metres. Always take shape and size into account before buying your fabric.
One of the reasons we’re popular is because we still provide textiles by the metre. So, you know you won’t be left with rolls of fabric you’ll never use again.
Call us or send an email on 01922 631512/ email@example.com, or you can shop on line here.
How much does upholstery fabric cost?
Prices vary greatly, depending on the fabric type and quality that you choose.
How much upholstery fabric will I need?
We think 11 metres of fabric as a rough guide for a 1.8m long, 2 cushioned sofa. Then up to 13 metres for a 2.1m sofa. if you have more than 2 cushions then you’ll need around 1.4 metres of fabric per extra cushion. Therefore, a 2.1m long sofa with 6 cushions would need about 19 metres of fabric.
Does fabric fade?
Yes, over time and depending on use. Darker fabrics will fade faster than light.
Is upholstery fabric hardwearing?
That will depend on the fabric you choose. For example, velvet and linen fabrics are delicate and should be treated with care. These are not as hardwearing as a cotton twill.