Seating cushions

Bouydog

Full Member
Has anyone made or had made base and backrest cushions for seating.
I am looking for recommendations for suppliers of finished items, or is it best to source the foam and cover my self
 

Greggbear67

Full Member
I couldn't source any reasonably priced ones when I was looking. Just bought a piece of memory foam off ebay,20inches by 70inches by 4inches thick for 25quid so probably best to do it yourself in my opinion.
 

Bouydog

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Reasonably priced is the difficult bit, I have been looking at the caravan cushions on eBay thinking a bargain may be had wrong !!
So I think you are right, just have to convince my wife of the immense satisfaction she will achieve by making a set of covers.😀
 

Millie Master

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Has anyone made or had made base and backrest cushions for seating.
I am looking for recommendations for suppliers of finished items, or is it best to source the foam and cover my self
I had my cushions made by a company based in Welshpool when I was living not far away, they supplied the foam but not the material, they were known as Quality Upholstery, but having just done a search I don't think they are still trading.

I bought the material from a company based in Wrexham by the name of Simon Boyd (http://www.simonboyd.com/) where they have quite literally hundreds of rolls of end of line fabrics........... I believe they can also make seating cushions as well, but I know I got a far better deal from the man in Welshpool. The material I bought should have cost over £80 per mtr. and yet we only paid £10 !!

We had been planning to have a firm (green) foam with a bonded on 30mm topping of memory foam, however we were persuaded to only have the firmest of the green foam by the man in Welshpool and boy oh boy how pleased we are with it some 4 years later of quite heavy use and there hasn't been any flattening of the foam and it is better to sleep on than our mega expensive Dunlopillo mattress at home!

Phil

ps. When buying your seat foam and materials, make absolutely certain that they are fire retardent.
 

SquirrellCook

Full Member
When I refitted my LWB 608 merc many years ago I used what was called Coach Seat Class Foam. The supplier told me it would be much to hard to sleep on. Some of the best nights sleeps I can remember was on the bed made up from that foam. HM Foam Shelburne road Calne Wiltshire.
 

Millie Master

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I don't know anything about this company, but on one of the self help groups I am on, on FaceBook the company known as Community Textiles has recently joined suggesting they undertake bespoke total soft furnishings/seating for self builders like us, their contact details are: -

Tel:- 01709586010 // 07990580577

sales@communitytextiles.org.uk

In the area? Feel free to come in and say hello!

128 Wath road, Mexborough, Doncaster, S649EE
 

Bouydog

Full Member
I don't know anything about this company, but on one of the self help groups I am on, on FaceBook the company known as Community Textiles has recently joined suggesting they undertake bespoke total soft furnishings/seating for self builders like us, their contact details are: -

Tel:- 01709586010 // 07990580577

sales@communitytextiles.org.uk

In the area? Feel free to come in and say hello!

128 Wath road, Mexborough, Doncaster, S649EE
I will give them a ring and ask, quick search this morning over £200 just for foam 😦
 

wildebus

Full Member
There is a good foam supplier in Glasgow who does mail order.
He did some custom foam for me, cut to the shape I wanted based on paper templates I sent him and two stage foams glued together so suitable for seating and sleeping.
From Memory, I paid around £100 for two sets of benches (bases plus backs) and a full size bed topper (to even out the ridges made from the bench pieces when laid down to form the bed).
I'll see if I can dig out the name if anyone interested
 

Bouydog

Full Member
There is a good foam supplier in Glasgow who does mail order.
He did some custom foam for me, cut to the shape I wanted based on paper templates I sent him and two stage foams glued together so suitable for seating and sleeping.
From Memory, I paid around £100 for two sets of benches (bases plus backs) and a full size bed topper (to even out the ridges made from the bench pieces when laid down to form the bed).
I'll see if I can dig out the name if anyone interested
Yes thanks I would be interested.
 
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