Re-upholster Torrance & McKenna furniture

Torrance & McKenna was founded by Andy Torrance and Allen McKenna commencing manufacturing high quality lounge furniture in 1939. Their business however was interrupted during the war years with both joining the armed forces. They recommenced operations from their factory in East Perth in 1945. Torrance & McKenna flourished for three decades during the boom […]

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Re-upholster French provincial furniture

French provincial furniture is generally recognised as a term used to describe designs from provincial France during the 18th century. This tends to be simplified versions of Louis XV and XVI furniture being more affordable for those residing in provincial France.  In recent years this design period regained popularity with reproduction French provincial furniture being […]

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Re-furbish Australian styled ‘club lounge’

What we generally recognise as Australian styled ‘club lounges’ were made from the late 1920’s through to the mid 1950’s. This design was not uniquely Australian however it was very popular during this era and the suite featured is typical of this period however many variations were available.  These suites all featured the wide arms […]

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Re-upholster Catt Furniture

Charles Catt was a cabinet maker who emigrated from England with his family to WA in the early 60’s however his son Roy emigrated some years later having completed his diploma at the London. The business Charles Catt & Son was established in the mid 60’s with their first factory in Belmont then shifted to […]

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