Sofa Reupholstery: Do-It-Yourself vs. Do-It-For-Me

January 15, 2013 | By

Have you been longing to change the look of your home but just can’t find the perfect couch or sofa to be the centerpiece of it all? Did you ever wish that you can just pull designs and ideas from your inspiration boards and splash it unto your sofa? Well, you won’t have to wish anymore! Nowadays, you can easily find professional re-upholstery companies, from NYC to LA. Change the look of your sofa by choosing a fabric that best suits your taste. Remove those nasty stains by restoring pieces to their former glory. Undo scratches and dings through flawless repairs. Best of all – these will still cost you less than buying brand new furniture.

However, if you feel like you can save more money by doing furniture reupholstery yourself, hold that thought and take a look at this infographic, designed by Consorte Marketing, first. Not only does it lay out the pros and cons of DIY and DIFM, it also zooms in on the details, and reveals the hard truth behind every amateur or professional job.

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Sofa Reupholstery: Do-It-Yourself vs. Do-It-For-Me

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