n. articles or goods supplied by upholsterers; covering on a piece of furniture
The upholstery is white leather and copper tacks over sustainably-harvested-latex foam.
Sentence in Classic:
The curtains and upholstery of the chairs and sofas and the hangings of my bed are of the costliest and most beautiful fabrics, and must have been of fabulous value when they were made, for they are centuries old, though in excellent order.
Analysis and introspection might come later; but for the moment she was not even troubled by the excesses of the upholstery or the restless convolutions of the furniture.
House of Mirth By Edith Wharton Context
Secondhand furniture, ranging from cheap gum to mahogany and rosewood, reared up in the gloom, and the rich but worn brocade and horsehair upholstery gleamed incongruously in the dingy surroundings.
Gone With The Wind By Margaret Mitche Context