Translation of upholster in Spanish:

upholster

tapizar, v.

Pronunciation: /ʌpˈhɒlstə//əpˈhoʊlstər//ʌpˈhəʊlstə/

transitive verb

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    (chair/sofa) tapizar
    well-upholstered rellenito
    • Carpets have to be thrown away, along with mattresses, bedding, and most upholstered furniture.
    • Consider replacing upholstered sofas and chairs with furniture made of leather, wood, metal or plastic.
    • You can often find upholstered furniture in brick red, and the color is a favorite in Oriental rugs.
    • Sitting on a fine upholstered couch was a blond man with perfect hair, teeth and clothes.
    • James pointed to the richly upholstered sofa and ordered, ‘Sit down, Maria.’
    • Chief among these was a large green upholstered sofa with tufts of stuffing poking out here and there.
    • I do not recommend dyeing upholstered furniture.
    • Mr McStay used to specialise in upholstering furniture, but now he concentrates on making sofas to order.
    • At an upholstery shop, a couple was dragging out a newly-upholstered sofa.
    • In addition, a cloth upholstered seat is often more comfortable for the baby.
    • Wrought iron and upholstered furniture, made-to-measure and ready-made curtains and a wide range of fabrics are all found in the company's new brochure.
    • This place had leather upholstered chairs and mahogany desks.
    • The chairs are upholstered in the same fabric used on the table and for the curtains, and the plain off-white rug prevents the floral pattern from becoming overwhelming.
    • Gold's company makes and sells high-end casual upholstered furniture, especially chairs and sofas, as well as cushions.
    • For instance, Emerson found a fuzzy orange sweater fabric for $5 a yard and used it to make pillows and upholster the dining chairs.
    • Notice carefully how this is done: the curtains are made of the same silk fabric with which the wing chair is upholstered.
    • She had plush upholstered chairs set up around the table with a special throne-like chair at the head of the table.
    • Those houses have flower gardens and interior furnishings such as upholstered furniture and armoires.
    • Fitted carpets, heavy drapes, upholstered furniture - even soft toys - promote dust accumulation and the breeding of dust mites.
    • The drapes, the quilts on the bed, the pillows, and the two upholstered chairs were all in a dark, rich plum color.