Custom Upholstery for Your Home

Custom Furniture: The Upholstery Edition

An Introduction to Custom Upholstery

Have you or your children played video games that allow each player to customize their avatar's style or the paint job on the coolest cars you’ve ever seen? These games quickly become personalized for each player by offering a variety of characteristics to choose from. What a great idea to allow gamers to make each game uniquely their own!

At Furnitureland South, we build the backdrop for your lives by offering the best furniture brands for each person to customize to their unique style and comfort specifications. We accomplish this with custom upholstery options.

Upholstery goods are broadly defined as any piece of material covered furniture, including many types of fabrics and leathers. When we talk about upholstery customization, we’re talking about a lot of options and that can be a bit overwhelming, but our Design Consultants make the custom furniture process easy.

Of course, you’re able to purchase a sofa, sectional or other upholstery items as-is; however, your options far surpass standardized merchandise. For example, if you stumble across an ottoman you love because of its shape, but you don’t love the fabric or finish — change them. If you find a sofa with an amazing color, but the style of its arms isn’t modern enough for you — update them. Nail heads? Take ‘em or leave ‘em. Seat depth or back height, adjust them. With custom furniture, it’s even possible to control the firmness of your cushion.

Many choose custom upholstered furniture for comfort or style control. Either way, our expert Design Consultants will help walk you through the design-your-own process to turn it into a custom-made-easy process.

In the furniture capital of the world, High Point, North Carolina, we care a great deal about affordable custom furniture because it’s part of our historic roots. As an NC furniture store, we carry on the legacy of custom furniture, and make it a practical option for households around the globe. When you think of custom upholstery, think of North Carolina. In fact, many of our top vendors are proud to solely manufacture custom upholstered furniture.

Huntington House is just one example of a top-selling brand that offers custom upholstery and furniture personalization!

Custom Leather Furniture

When we get more specific and begin talking about customer leather furniture, let's get more specific and begin talking about one slice of the custom furniture pie — custom leather. As we mentioned, customization is all about options and many of them.

With custom leather furniture, you have all the typical custom options, including personalized finishes, heights, depths and cushions. You still get to select what type of arms, legs, tufts and pleats you'd like down to the minute details. However, with custom leather furniture, you get a couple more options. Custom leather allows you to choose a leather’s feel or — as leather professionals call it — a leather’s hand to fit your specifications and lifestyle needs. And contrary to common belief, many custom leather manufacturers allow you to choose a unique and custom leather color.

Many of the high-end leather furniture brands featured in the Furnitureland South Leather Gallery, showcase custom leather from Moore & Giles, one of the highest quality leather producers.

Moore & Giles Customer Care Specialist, Leslie Winterfeldt, said, “Our custom color program allows us to match a variety of colors, textures and prints for our customers to get exactly what they need.” This amazing color match ability enables furniture companies like Wesley Hall to choose wonderful, vibrant colors for sofas, sectionals, armchairs and more to fill your home.

Thanks to experts at Moore & Giles and Wesley Hall, we can get a sneak peek into what it takes to coordinate and match color dyed leathers. Daryl Calfee, Moore & Giles Vice President of Marketing, visited Wesley Hall’s factory with two Mont Blanc emerald leather hides, each of a different shade. Watch as he explains the leather process of color flow that brings the two colors together on one beautiful Wesley Hall leather chair.