Tufted upholstery made is primary debut during the Victorian Era and was considered a symbol of lush lounging and emphasized the expensive textures and sheens of silks, velvets, and brocades. Tufting continued in to the period of Rocco Revival and was paired with highly ornate upholstery frames.
Tufting is still a popular upholstery technique that spans from classic traditional styles to more modern looks in fabric to leather.
This weeks product was produced for DC Prime Steakhouse located in Ashburn, VA.
CCB’s “Designer Special” Series– modified
Diamond Tufted Uph on the ISB (added)
Tapered Wood Legs (added)
This seating was produced in large and small seating configurations with a traditional diamond shaped tufting that speaks to the sophistication of this location and its prime cuisine.
Thank you to Edward Don & Company and our CCB Sales Representative, Quinton Macon for the opportunity to be a part of this project.
Please contact us with questions regarding the product that CCB can provide for your next project.