An upholstery technique used in the 1700s makes the silk glued onto molded timberwork atop the bed look like liquid gold.
The upholstery van seemed to run best at sixty miles an hour; anything faster and the front tires shook a bit.
The newest coach seats drop the upholstery and, instead, are shells molded to the human spine.
Mr. McBride ran his upholstery shop in the old icehouse on Lee Street, a few blocks off the square in downtown Clanton.
The deep red curtains and upholstery in the box threw her into relief, a lovely miniature, as seen from a distance.
The very chairs were of an architecture and upholstery incongruous to them.
Lampas, lam′pas, n. a material of silk and wool used in upholstery.
There was no ornament, no upholstery, no superfluity at all.
Locally (Algiers) it is twisted into ropes, but its more general use, in Europe, is in upholstery as a stuffing material.
Light, delicate colors in upholstery, creamy madras for curtains.