Choose from more than 300 upholstery fabrics in rich colors, subtle textures and fresh patterns.
Any Fabric, Any Frame
We select a stocked fabric that complements the design of each of our sectionals, sofas and chairs, but you can also customize your furniture by choosing a fabric that reflects your personal style. Made for you in as little as five weeks, our custom upholstery options allow you to create a look you'll love.
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Quality by the yard
We partner with some of the most respected fabric mills in the industry to bring you a beautiful assortment of modern upholstery fabrics for your home. Our high standards for durability, including resistance to fading, pilling and abrasion, ensure that your fabric will hold up to daily use.
Attention to detail
The skilled artisans who make our furniture take pride in the fine tailoring details that set us apart. Fully-padded frames, hand-sewn button tufting and perfectly-aligned seams are just a few of the hallmarks of the quality you can expect when you invest in our upholstered furniture.
Bouclé is a textured fabric created by weaving together curly, knotted yarns. Bouclé fabrics are soft to the touch and have looped, nubby surfaces that resist wrinkling and camouflage signs of wear.
Chenille is constructed from soft, tufted chenille yarn and offers an inviting feel and a consistent texture. Chenille fabrics resist pilling and help minimize the appearance of fabric wrinkles.
Weave is the most common type of fabric construction and is the result of intertwining multiple yarns together. One of the most versatile types of fabric construction, woven fabric is available in a wide range of styles. The characteristics and performance of a woven fabric will vary based on the technique and materials used.
Jacquard is a woven fabric that adds interest and depth to upholstered furniture. Using a jacquard loom, a blend of yarns is woven together to create multi-color patterns or intricate designs, often with a slightly raised texture. Jacquard resists pilling and is an excellent choice for accent pieces.
Twill is a casual, relaxed fabric that consists of cotton yarn or similar materials woven together to create the appearance of diagonal lines. Twill fabrics pair a soft feel with the resiliency of natural fibers for a balance of comfort and longevity.
Velvet is a pile fabric with a plush, soft feel that offers extreme comfort. The three-dimensional texture of velvet adds depth to fabric colors. Velvet will patina beautifully with time and normal use, although its pile makes it prone to bruising and crushing.
Fabric composed of a blend of synthetic yarns or threads. Micro-fabrics may include micro-suede, micro-velvet, micro-bouclé and micro-chenille.
Micro-suede consists of fine polyester yarns woven tightly together to create a fabric that is exceptionally strong and durable. Soft to the touch yet able to withstand heavy use, micro-suede is considered easier to clean and maintain than other fabrics. Due to the suede-like appearance of micro-suede, tracking may occur.
When you think of solution-dyed fabrics, picture a carrot versus a radish. Solution-dyed fabrics, like a carrot, have fully saturated color throughout each fiber. Traditionally-dyed fabrics, like a radish, have color on the surface of each fiber. Thanks to a unique dyeing method that permeates each fiber with color before it's spun into yarn, solution-dyed fabrics are exceptionally colorfast and resistant to fading.