Every piece of old furniture has its sentimental value. It evokes nostalgia and soothing aesthetics. That’s why some people choose to re-upholster their furniture to preserve the significant value, even though re-upholstery can sometimes be quite costly.
Before deciding whether to replace or re-upholster your furniture, you need to take into considerations the following points:
1. Is the furniture piece of any sentimental value?
2. Are you able to customise the colour and pattern so that it goes well with rugs, window treatment and the overall colour scheme of your house?

The fabric of an upholstered piece is the most visible sign of quality and style. At HM, you can choose from a wide variety of materials for upholstery, including genuine leather, fabric, foam, cotton padding, and more.
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  • OEKO-TEX® Standard 100

    An independent testing system that assesses all production stages for potential exposure to any hazardous substance.


    A leading technical service organisation based in Germany that HM engages to conduct water repellent, flammability and UV tests.

  • SGS Singapore

    The world's leading company works closely with HM for the testing and certification of textile materials.

  • Eco-Friendly Fabric

    Natural textile materials which are non-toxic and less polluting during production, use and disposal.

  • Washable Fabric

    Fabric that can be washed without shrinkage or other damages.

  • Non-Stick

    High quality blackout fabric with washable non-stick rubber backing. Applicable for blackout fabric only.

  • Noise Reduction

    Fabric that reduces noise level transmitted into and out of a room.

  • 100% Blackout Fabric

    Coated fabric with foam-backing being used for blocking direct sunlight. Applicable for blackout fabric only.

  • UV Protection

    Fabric that reduces the amount of UV radiation from the sun.

  • Heat Reduction

    Fabric that reduces the amount of heat being emitted into a room, thus bringing down the room temperature.

  • Water Repellent

    A tightly weaved or coated fabric that transforms water into little beads and prevents water from penetrating through it.

  • Fire Retardant

    Fabric that can inhibit, suppress or delay the production of flames to prevent fire from spreading.