SPECIAL PROJECTS

Boating

Leather Sofa

This customer loves their new full-grain leather sofa, drapes & custom built-in shutters.

Back Cushion

Before and after of this custom back cushion foam design for this Hargrave 70.

New Fabrication

Before & after: new design & fabrication of settee cushions.

Engine Cover

This is a before & after rebuild of a ripped, water logged & dry rotted engine cover.

Fast Boat

A complete re-upholstered cockpit with custom designed lightning bolts on the engine cover.

Bed with Divider

Customer wanted the option of dividing this sleeping area in half, with a divider built and upholstered that matched the headboard. A small insert fills the space for the divider when used as a full mattress.

Total Re-Fit

Before & After of newly built seating with a new design for the owner of this refurbished Pontoon boat.

Shore Power Cord Cover

The owner of this 70’ M/Y wanted to create a way to elevate his shore power electric cord off his newly painted deck. We designed this harness to attractively conceal the power cord.

110 Hat A

Customer needed the control panel panels re-upholstered on this 110 Hat.

110 Hat B

Before & After pics of sky deck cushions with new fabrication of foam and fabric.

95’ Broward

We did all of the Staterooms, Cabins and Companion way… (why we don’t have more photos I’m not quite sure) with new bedding, hull/walls reupholstered, pillow shams & roman shades on this 95 ft. Broward.

Ski boat

Before & After of a complete rebuild of cockpit interior with a re-designed engine cover for the Owner of this “go fast” boat.





Residential

Bed Frame & Headboard

Customer wanted the bed frame & headboard done in Ultra Suede.

Converted Closet

Photo of a closet we transformed into a bedroom reading nook with a daybed, upholstered walls and ceiling, throw pillows and custom made bedding. We had the fabric treated with a fire retardant, and for specificity & verification purposes the customer received a document of certification.

Banquette

Before & After of a round Banquette. This piece was stripped & gutted to the bare wood & refurbished from the eight way tied springs up. It then went to its place of work on Worth Ave.