L'ESTAMPILLE : RESTAURATION DE MEUBLES ANCIENS - RESTAURATION OBJETS ANCIENS - RIDEAUX - VOILAGES. A PLOUBALAY ET SAINT CYR L'ECOLE.

L'ESTAMPILLE - PHILIPPE ELOY SAUNIER : votre sp�cialiste en restauration de meubles et objets anciens, rideaux, voilages � Ploubalay, Saint Cyr l'Ecole,Paris , Versailles, Yvelines, Nanterre, Cotes d'Armor, Ile et Vilaine Bretagne

L'ESTAMPILLE : restauration de meubles et objets anciens, rideaux, voilages...

 

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Repair of chairs

L’Estampille gives a new lease of life to old armchairs, Voltaire armchairs, benches, divans, chairs, club armchairs, settees, méridiennes, bed bases, mattresses, etc., whether old or contemporary, period, modern, coloured, classic or vintage.

Repair of armchairs
We inspect the entire structure of the armchair and restore or repair the wood.

Replacement of stuffing (springs, foams, straps, caning, seatweaving, etc.).

We fully upholster your armchairs with new traditionally hand-dyed leather or the fabric of your choice.

Discover a wide range of classic and modern upholstery fabrics in our stores.
Noble fabrics such as silks, all textile fibres (linen, cotton, etc.) or other more contemporary fabrics.

 

Traditional stuffing
Stuffing technique, unchanged since the Renaissance to present times, based on jute straps, animal or vegetable hair, canvas and rope worked differently to obtain the style of each period.
The process underwent a major change in the 19th century under the reign of Napoleon III with the appearance of springs, offering much softer seating comfort while retaining the essential firmness of seats intended for prolonged use.

The technological progress made in the manufacture of springs led to the emergence of extremely comfortable chairs such as the "Club" armchairs of the 1930s.

Contemporary stuffing
After the Second World War, the Americans brought techniques and materials virtually unknown in Europe, for example stuffing foams (latex and other), already present on their automotive assembly lines for the manufacture of car seats. These materials, highly effective when used correctly, opened new perspectives to professionals regarding the choice of shapes and volumes of their products (settees, armchairs, increasing number of cushions, etc.).
Two types of foam still offer excellent manufacturing quality and lifetime:

latex (very expensive) - Bultex® type foam.

The others, less comfortable and of shorter lifetime, are reserved for industrial use and mass production.

Bultex® type foams available in different densities (more or less air blown into the product) depending on the use (back or seat cushions, elbow rests, mattresses, etc.) are ideal for the manufacture of contemporary chairs.

Our workshops implement all these techniques according to professional standards.