|A Fine Pair of English George II walnut Gainsborough Armchairs, upholstered in a beautifully vibrant fabric. Offered by www.osullivanantiques.com|
|19th Century English Carved Oak Window Seat with modern upholstery, Offered by www.antiquefurniture.tv|
|An Early 20th Century Chaise Re Upholstered in Quilted Saris. Offered by; www.lillianaugust.com/|
On the other hand simpler pieces of furniture such as dining chairs and stools often have what we term as "drop in" seats which are fairly easily recovered and there is a heap of sites online to show you how.
|One of a set of six Swedish Gustavian Dining Chairs (Note the "drop in" style seat) Offered by http://www.laserowantiques.com/|
|A Oak Barley Twist Stool with "drop in " Seat, Circa 1900. Offered bywww.fernworksantiques.com|
In this posting, pictures definitely speak louder than words so here's a few more that caught my eye..
|A French Painted Bergere Circa 1750, Offered by www.nptrentantiques.com|
|A Swedish Carved Settee Circ 1890, Re upholstered in Orange, yellow & green chinoiserie fabric by Bob Collins.|
Offered by www.pennylong.1stdibs.com
|A Pair of Mahogany Victorian Side Chairs Circa 1890, Newly upholstered in Buttersoft Hermes Orange Leather.|
Offered By www.gustavoolivieriantiques.com
|A Pair of Swedish "Channel Backed" Armchairs newly upholstered in Yellow floral fabric.|
Offered By www.comerandco.com