Someone must have been good this year! This 1926 T-Bucket just screams…HO…HO…HO…!!!
The snow white Ultra-leather seating with bright red trim make for an Ultra-soft and comfy ride. Custom coal black floor mats, red shift lever boots and a hand stitched brake handle cover send it to the top of the NICE list!
We don’t think the reindeer are going to be very happy about this. Too much horsepower!
Good Luck Joe and Happy New Year!
This 1961 Boles Aero was rescued from a field and sent to A & P Vintage Trailerworks for a full restoration. They did an amazing job bringing the owner’s vision of bling and glamour to life. When they were done working their magic they brought her to us for upholstery and window treatments. Yes, it’s a “her” and her name is officially “Jackie Sue”!
The owner’s choice of teal crushed velvet and deep purple velvets for the seating, silver linen for the curtains topped in more cut velvet and beaded trim gives the term Glamping a whole new meaning! Add the chandelier and….WOW!
It’s a beauty….Happy Glamping!
After several years of restoration, Ruthie is almost complete! We were told the “Sightseer” was built for use by The National Parks System but it is unknown for certain which park Ruthie started out her life in. She originally had an additional set of windows in the center but these were removed to accommodate the galley and stainless wet bath. We fabricated a vinyl and chrome headliner, side panels, door and wall panels. The bench seating folds down for additional sleeping and includes carpet lined storage beneath. The front A/C enclosure is copied in the rear. (It has been removed for access to the A/C unit in the photos.) She has a few more details to go before her transformation is complete and I’m hoping to get final photos one day, but for now, behold the coolness of….Ruthie!
This beautiful 1968 Camaro has been restored to perfection and now has a retro cool interior to match. Custom door panels and seat covers make this a one of a kind interior. She’s a beauty!
The sundeck gets a lot of wear and tear from swimmers climbing in and out. If yours has torn seams, don’t wait until the foam deteriorates, bring it in for an estimate today!
This 2005 Airstream Safari originally had a sofa that made into a bed across the front. The owners took it to A & P Vintage Trailerworks in Paradise, Texas to have the sofa removed and a dinette that would make into a bed built. They did an amazing job building this with materials that were a perfect match to the rest of the trailer. The fit and finish is excellent. Bravo to the great people at A & P Vintage Trailerworks!
When they were finished it was our turn to cut and fit the foam for bolsters and cushions, cover the valances, and make new curtains with blackout lining. The use of Sunbrella fabrics throughout resulted in a clean, sophisticated look that will be in style for many years to come. The cushion fabric is Sunbrella Surge Char and is available in several colors. The valances are Peyton Granite and the curtains Canvas Granite.
If your RV needs updated, give us a call!
We are open in our new location and the first boat is ready to go out the door! If your boat is ready for a new interior, don’t put it off too long. Exposed to the sun, the foam will deteriorate fast resulting in higher replacement costs for you. Stop by for a free estimate!
Our shop is finished, we are moved in, and the unpacking has begun! Thank you all so much for your patience and encouragement throughout this process. We are excited to be re-opening on Monday, March 24th.
Come see us!
Matney’s Upholstery Plus is currently closed. We are in the process of building our new shop and hope to be open by December 1st.
Come visit us then at our new location:
777 CR 1300 – Bridgeport, Texas
1/2 mile North of HWY 380 on CR 1300 (Green Acres Road – County Road between Weatherford College and Devon Energy)
Check back here for updates and watch The Messenger for our scheduled Grand Re-Opening! Thanks to Decatur for 11 great years! Bridgeport….here we come!
September 28, 2013 – Progress! The slab will be poured Monday and our building arrives on Wednesday.
October 11, 2013 – Moving right along!
October 23, 2013 – The roof is on!
December 10, 2013
We are making progress on the finish out of our new shop but it has been slower than anticipated. Our new projected re-open date is the middle of January. We are anxious to get back to our “real job” and appreciate your patience. Boat season will be here before we know it! Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
February 9, 2014
If you live in North Texas then you are probably sick of this winter weather but, trust me, not as sick of it as we are! The drywall is finally up and hopefully by the end of next week we will have the heat on in here. We are shooting for a March 1st grand opening but, at this point, we hate to make any promises. Just know we are doing everything we can to meet this deadline and are ready to NOT be construction workers and get back to being upholsterers! Thank you for your patience…see you soon!