If you're looking for quality per yard upholstery fabric for your upcoming projects, we offer the best selection of colors, designs, and widths! With over 4,000 options to choose from, it'll be simple to find the best ones for your needs. Searching for an extra durable fabric? Our heavy-duty upholstery fabric is perfect for daily high traffic usage in residential and commercial applications. Just your average family? Browse our extensive selection of standard upholstery fabric that will withstand normal home usage.
We truly have virtually every fabric pattern you can think of here in our massive inventory of upholstery fabric options. From paisley and floral to sports and baby-themed, you can find exactly what you want all in one location. You can customize your browsing experience by type, color, design, and width. This way, you can filter through this collection to get to the options that are most relevant to you. For example, if you're planning to update an antique chair or other conversational piece that is very rarely or never used, our light upholstery fabric will give you additional suitable options. Simply click this filter and continue funneling down the featured items until you get to just the right one for the item to be upholstered. Maybe you've purchased a few vintage couches for your office and want to reupholster them with heavy-duty fabric. The same process can be done for this and an array of other types of upholstery fabric with just a few clicks. No matter what your project is, let us help you get it done!
From the trendiest patterns to those uncommonly seen, we cater to the size and style needs of all who take on the skillful task of upholstery. Once we've received your order, we'll have your fabric shipped out within the next business day in durable, secure packaging. If you have any questions regarding our selection of upholstery fabric inventory or would like more information on our custom order services, please feel free to contact us by phone at 205-487-8040. One of our friendly customer service members will be happy to help you find the perfect upholstery fabric.
A: This is a question based on the upholstering project at hand. Some fabrics will be better suited than others. For example, some prefer the use of natural fabrics (like cotton and silk) instead of synthetics (like nylon and polyester).The best base for general upholstery is polyester, which is often blended with other fibers to be more resistant to fading or wrinkles. It’s ideal for daily living—think couches, dining room chairs, etc.—because of its durability. Ensure you choose 100% polyester to reap the benefits of its time-tested strength. Blended polyester fabrics can also be used for heavy-duty needs.
Q: What is the most durable fabric for a sofa?
A: If you’re re-upholstering a sofa, you need a fabric that will do well with high traffic. We recommend cotton, canvas, or linen for these projects. Ensure you choose a fabric with a tight-knit weave, as this will help keep liquid, dirt, and other debris from penetrating the fabric. If durability is your primary concern, choose canvas. While you sacrifice the softness of cotton and linen, you will get incredible durability. It’s perfect for outdoor sofas and furniture.
Q: What is an upholstery fabric?
A: Upholstery fabric is mainly used in furniture. These fabrics or textiles are specially woven to improve durability over time. Upholstery fabric is found on couches, chairs, ottomans, throw pillows, outdoor furniture, and much more. There are varying degrees of this woven quality, from light to heavy-duty traffic. For heavy-duty needs, the weave is tightly knit to prevent liquid, dust, dirt, and other debris from working their way into the fabric. This helps preserve the longevity of your furniture fabric, thus the lifespan of your furniture as a whole.
Q: Is twill fabric good for upholstery?
A: Yes! Twill is a cotton fabric beloved for its durable nature and ability to withstand damage like stains, dirt, spills, and other everyday accidents. From sofa slip covers and throw pillows to chairs and duvets, twill can truly do it all. This fabric can even be used for personal items like tote bags, aprons, lunchboxes, and so much more.