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    Friarton Road,

    Perth,

    PH2 8DF

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Creative Upholstery

Creative Upholstery began life in 1989 as a small one man operation (then known as S.A Milne Upholstery) run by the managing director Scott Milne.

As business took off Scott moved from taking on antique upholstery to larger commercial and domestic jobs.

Their domestic upholstery service means you don’t need to replace the furniture you love, they’ll give new life to your old favourites whilst ensuring your upholstered furniture feels as luxurious as it looks.

Armchairs, sofas, footstools, headboards and many more items can all be custom designed for your tastes in a range of fabrics and finishes.

While the company now services a huge number of large clubs and commercial premises throughout the UK including many household name chains they are still loyal to their customers in the antique trade and domestic market. 

Please call, pop into the showroom or email enquiries to Scott@creativeupholstery.co.ukCreative Upholstery logo

Creative Upholstery

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