Marine Upholstery - Daylom & Vovo Upholstery

Marine Upholstery

Marine Upholstery

Boat materials take a beating from the weather like no other, and are also constantly exposed to sun, various suntan lotions, and if located on the sea, salt water. That’s why marine upholstery takes a particular kind of upholstery expertise.

If you’re worried about the need for proper materials might not match your vision for the aesthetics of your boat not to worry, there are hundreds of shades and patterns available in a wide variety of materials. We’ll be more than happy to help match you with a durable finish that will leave your craft looking like it belongs in a showroom

Marine Upholstery

It’s worth thinking in the long-term and investing in materials and components that will last. We can assist you with almost any upholstery and related interior work for your craft including:

 

  • Seat foam shaping, shaving, and replacement.
  • Custom-fitted furniture and furniture repair.
  • Dashboard repair.
  • Custom-fitted and designed boat covers.
  • Tops.
  • Refurbishing, repairing, and recovering outdoor furniture.
  • Cushions and pillows.
  • Upholstery.
  • Carpeting.
  • Cockpit covers.
  • Enclosures.
  • Sofas and sofa beds.
  • Recovers.
  • Leather workings.
  • Full interiors.
  • Interior design consultations.

Comfort

The aesthetics, durability, and cost of your materials are all important considerations, but don’t forget the comfort of you and your guests when you’re looking into marine upholstery.

Are you comfortable on your seats for the duration of longer boat trips? Do you find that you’re seated too low or too high to be comfortable while you’re at the helm? Your seat can have its interior foam shaved to lower the seat or replaced and built up if you need a bit of an extra boost.

“How Do I Get Started?’

Your best bet is always to have a talk with an expert. We here at Daylom & Vovo have over 50 years’ experience in a wide variety of upholstery practices, including marine upholstery.

If you have any questions at all about which materials are best suited for a marine environment we’d be delighted to help you get sorted out.