Managed by Stuart and Paula, New Leaf is a family-run business with many years of experience in the upholstery industry. We are an independent company, meaning that we can give each piece the care and attention that it deserves. It also means that the service that you receive is personal and unique to you. We are “large enough to cope but small enough to care” – no matter how big or small your project is, we can help!
We pride ourselves on our commitment to our customers and their satisfaction is one of our main priorities. This makes it even more of an honour that a lot of our customers come to us based on recommendations from our previous clients. New Leaf was founded on high quality workmanship and we always strive to provide the best service and give you products that have been finished to the highest standard.
As a family business we strongly believe in family values. That is why we always love to get our family involved when we can. Even our grandchildren love to help out where they can when they visit.
But family values mean more than spending time with them, it can also be about giving them something special. That is why we strongly believe in re-upholstering old furniture instead of just throwing it away and buying new. Giving your beloved item a new lease of life means having something the whole family can enjoy and pass on through the generations, and we would love to help you do that.
Our Goal to Educate
Not only are we passionate about passing on family values, we also want to educate about the importance of re-upholstery. Once a piece of furniture ages or gets damaged many people take it straight to the bin. We are sure you know that this is not only more costly in the long run, but it is bad for the environment. Many furniture items will hold a special meaning for us, and we think it is essential to breathe new life into your furniture. Doing this means you can keep hold of that item that has originality and sentimentality instead and buying something new from a shop that so many other people likely have in their home. A lot of furniture does get renewed and passed through the generations – we have even restored and re-covered a 100-year-old deck chair! But we would love to see more family heirlooms being revived and lasting for many more years.
Stuart & Paula