Lower Lodge Conservation provides a full upholstery service. 
Lower Lodge can correctly conserve/restore and repair the furniture frames prior to restoration 
We can replace upholstery or we can conserve historic fabrics. 
We work with skilled textile conservators who can clean, stabilize, and restore historic textiles.
Lower Lodge also works with major textile manufacturers who can reproduce replica textiles.
We sell Scalamandre, Schumacher, Brunschwig & Fils and other textiles.
We also have a great selection of reproduction textiles copied from documented original fabrics.
Lower Lodge has worked on upholstered furniture from:
Jefferson Davis's Home, Beauvoir,
The Natchez National Historical Park sites - Melrose and The William Johnson House,
The Sofa from the Lincoln Law Library and many other sites.    


Gerald Crawford is the Director of Upholstery at Lower Lodge Conservation. 
He has been working with traditional upholstery for 20 years.
At Lower Lodge he has reupholstered furniture for the Natchez National Historical Park, Beauvoir, the General Joe Wheeler Home, an Alabama State site and many more.






Re-upholstered sofa using some of our historically appropriate affordable fabrics