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Old 10.04.2010, 08:30
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Dining chair recovering

I would appreciate any ideas as to where I can get dining chair seats recovered in leather,near either near Sion or Nyon.
The current covers are held by metal tacks,and will need to be replaced as such.Possibly a saddlery might be able to do it?
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Re: Dining chair recovering

There is an store in rue de Lausanne in Geneva that does it. Always see them re-upolster chairs, etc. Not sure what it costs though. From the Geneva train station, walk west along rue de Lausanne, direction Jardin Boutanique, just after the round church you will see their shop.
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Re: Dining chair recovering

Check out a Polsterei in yellow pages or ask at a furniture dept store - theres not a lot of them about.
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