Churches are places where a lot of people come and go. I consider it a high-traffic area where upholstery should be of a major concern, since a lot of people visit churches on a daily basis. The seats, while usually made of varnished wood, are accompanied by cushioned pews when people need to kneel. These pews are in need of upholstery fabric which can provide enough support for people and should remain in good shape for a long time.
Churches require maintenance and with that comes having to care for upholstery fabric as well. Although a lot of churches have wooden seats, there is still a need for upholstery fabric in other places. Usually, I notice upholstered pieces such as the pews, confession box, and the seats on the altar for the speakers and the priests. In other churches with more lavish interiors, they sometimes even have cushioned seats. For interior designers or church goers who would like to contribute to the overall look of their place of worship, here are some useful tips.
Think about something you love, let’s say you favorite perfume. You like it because it has one essential quality that other fragrance products lack, which makes this perfume memorable. The same goes for your favorite food, and even the music you listen to.