Coolhurst Tennis & Squash club had a folding arm awning that was in good working order but the cover had seen better days. We have now recovered their existing awning with a fabric which is woven with 100% solution dyed acrylic fibres and the material is finished with a special dirt and water resistant treatment. […]
This week so far has found us in Brighton recovering three existing traditional Victorian awnings for the Tidy Street General Store which is a womenswear and lifestyle boutique. The existing covers were not in good condition and some of the mechanisms needed a little tlc but after their recovers and some repairs, all is working […]
Bistro Freddie in the heart of Shoreditch had all of their Markilux drop arm awnings recovered recently as their existing ones had seen better days. As we always say, if the framework and mechanisms of your awnings are in good working order there is no need to buy a whole new awning as recovering the […]
The Real Greek in Windsor, Berkshire unfortunately sustained a tear in the fabric of their fixed canopy and we have just recovered this for them. Their branding is very distinct and can be noticed a mile away with the vibrant stripes of white and blue. This is a bespoke stripe and each panel is sewn […]
The Royal Victoria Hotel in St Leonard’s on Sea, East Sussex had a recover done last week for their main entrance canopy. I think you’ll agree that with a new cover and signwriting, it looks like new for a fraction of the cost of a brand new canopy.
Timothy Hatton Architects in Green Street, London had a charming little traditional Victorian awning that needed a few repairs and a new cover. We’ve worked our magic and with their eye catching choice of fabric, it looks like brand new again.
This private client in Banstead, Surrey had an existing folding arm awning which was tired and grubby. The mechanisms for the framework were in good working order so after attaching a lovely new cover, the awning soon looked like new again.
Guinevere Antiques on the Fulham Road in London is a wonderful antiques shop selling just about everything you could ever want from a time gone by. They had two awnings covering their huge shopfront and although the mechanisms were in good order, the covers had seen better days so we were delighted to be tasked […]