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We are an independent, boutique upholstery service based in Dublin. We believe in providing clients with the highest standard of upholstery services, which is available to both private and commercial clients. Our boutique service offers personalised designs for the unique needs of the client. All styles, shapes and forms of furniture can be reupholstered to flatter your individual taste in art and design. Classic or modern, together we can create the look that best suits your individual surroundings. Our re-upholstery service includes a home visit where we have a look and a chat about the furniture to be reupholstered. Mia's Upholstery offers personal advice to help you make the right fabric and colour choice.


We are experienced with upholstering all kinds of traditional furniture, ensuring the quality and character of the furniture are retained throughout the process and last for many years to come. For example, we use traditional techniques for furniture when it comes to pre-1950s furniture, upholstering with natural fillings and stuffings such as coir and horsehair to get the appropriate shape and firmness. We provide advice on all kinds of options for antique furniture restoration, such as re-covers, partial reupholstering and full reupholstering.


For all kinds of modern furniture, we provide a luxury upholstering service that touches up all kinds of furniture, helping it retain its high-quality textures and feel. We traditionally use foam fillings for modern upholstering.
We also provide a re-covering service, as well as cushion making, window seating and banquet seating upholstery in materials such as fabric and leather. We can help advise on any kind of upholstery fillings and provide sustainable options if requested.


We use only the most appropriate and high-quality fabrics to help restore your furniture to its former glory. Contact us today to book a time for a fabric consultation.


My passion is to create beautiful, comfortable and personal furniture.

I graduated in upholstery from St. Gorans College of Art and Design in Stockholm, Sweden. Where I was trained in the traditional, time-honoured upholstery methods where I would use materials such as webbing, spring, hessian, coir, hand-stitching, hair, cotton flock and calico. I have a Diploma in Youth Art Facilitation from the Maynooth University of Ireland and also a certificate in Theatre Production, where I concentrated on set designing/dressing and prop making.

What I love about my job is that I get a chance to bring an old ragged piece of furniture back to life. It amazes me every time what new fabric and foam can do to a chair or sofa. The combination of hands-on heavy work and attention to detail is something that I really enjoy. I get equally inspired by traditional and historical values, such as contemporary and new thinking in furniture design. My interest in art and design informs my work. I see the furniture as a piece of art.

I take pride in producing unique, high-quality pieces of upholstered furniture.

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