I’ve always believed in making the most out of my money. That’s why I choose to go the DIY route when I have upholstery fabric to work on. Instead of hiring someone else to do seat covers and whatnots, I use my upholstery fabric for DIY projects and save on the labor costs by crafting the projects myself.
More and more people, from professional designers to DIYers are increasingly looking for environmentally friendly, sustainable upholstery that have a minimal impact on the earth. They want their space to look good, but not if it comes at the expense of the planet. So, they are moving toward more natural fabrics that are also recycled, repurposed, not carbon, water, or energy intensive, nor use toxic dyes, or chemicals, in either the processing or the finishing.