upholstery

[ US /əˈpoʊɫstɝi/ ]
[ UK /ʌpˈə‍ʊlstəɹi/ ]
NOUN
  1. covering (padding and springs and webbing and fabric) on a piece of furniture
  2. the craft of upholstering
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How To Use upholstery In A Sentence

  • They are now used to make items as diverse as garden furniture and car upholstery.
  • Its hangings, the curtains, the room's upholstery were the dingy colour of the lees of wine.
  • Me and Austen sat on twirly iron chairs with red, heart-shaped, leather upholstery. WHITE LIES
  • It helps having a panoramic roof and light upholstery, adding to the sense of space. Times, Sunday Times
  • Throughout the pavilion, the most costly materials were used: precious wood veneers and lacquer for furniture, silk damasks and velvets for upholstery, furs for coverlets and throws.
  • The leather upholstery looks and feels the part and the fit and finish in the cabin are spot on. Times, Sunday Times
  • I sighed, rolled my head around to look at her: huddled up into her corner of the carriage, hugging her knees with feet on the upholstery.
  • You'll receive samples of paint, curtains and upholstery.
  • Other standard equipment includes multi-reflector halogen headlights, rear wiper/washer, high level stop lamp, velour upholstery, adjustable armrests, six spoke 16-inch alloy wheels and a stereo radio / CD system.
  • Call the cleaners and they will take care of the carpets, curtains, drapes, furniture, upholstery and put a beautiful Spring gloss to your home.
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