Frame ConstructionSherrill blends traditional hand craftsmanship with modern manufacturing methods to produce frames that are among the finest used in the upholstery business.
|Back ConstructionBack construction varies depending on style.|
A typical lawson style back has sinuous wire springs anchored to the frame and held together horizontally by coated wire to prevent turning.
|Each frame is precisely cut and hand assembled.|
|Double dowels are utilized in all structural parts for sturdy, longlasting joints.|
|To complete construction and add stability to the frame, large precisely cut corner blocks are positioned at each corner where the greatest stress occurs using both glues and screws.|
|Sherrill mounts a solid interlace web bottom to each frame. Springs of various gauges and heights are securely attached to the full web bottom using clinch fasteners.|
The individual spring coils are hand-tied and bound together in eight separate directions using polyester cording. The cording is then securely anchored to the frame.
|Marshall units are used when thickness of back and styling permits.|
|Upholstery At Sherrill we are as careful applying a fabric as you are selecting one for your home. Each piece is painstakingly hand-tailored by specialized technicians who have spent years perfecting their trade.|