Examples of upholster in a Sentence
The couch was upholstered with a bright, floral fabric.
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The booths are upholstered in a chartreuse camouflage pattern, a useful fabric if the Army ever needs to hide in a green neon jungle.
Versace fabrics were upholstered over furniture, murals painted on ceilings, Picassos hung on the wall, and classical antiques placed in every room.
The Ralph Lauren bed in the master bedroom is upholstered in a Maharam plaid by Paul Smith and dressed with Pratesi linens.
Additionally in the living room, a pair of geometric ottomans upholstered in a Chanel-like tweed and a cowhide chair are arranged around a fireplace and a brass coffee table.
In the dining room, the walls are upholstered with silk, and mirrors are set into the ceiling’s deep cherry coffers.
Rattan and midcentury furniture is covered with Missoni stripes, and a generous, squishy sofa is upholstered in a vintage carp print by Manuel Canovas.
In the library, the sofa is upholstered in a cotton damask, the armchair is covered in a silk velvet and the slipper chair is based on a Mongiardino design; the desk is Louis XV, the chandelier is Louis XIV and the 19th century rug is Persian.
In Kelly Giesen's New York City bedroom, the Wolf Home headboard, hung on the wall to save space, is upholstered in a silver fabric from Gray Line Linen.
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Origin and Etymology of upholster
First Known Use: 1849See Words from the same year
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