Car Upholstery Seat Repair & Auto Interiors

Mac's Upholstery is Seattle's leader in automotive upholstery, reupholstering car seats, car seat cushions, custom car upholstery & car seat repairs. We install leather seats, repair luxury leather car seats, replace seat foam and repair seat frames. We also rebuild seats, install adjustable lumbar supports, repair or replace automotive carpets, auto floor mats, seat belts, armrests and panels.

Auto Upholstery Seattle, Leather Seat Repair & Car Seat Foam Padding

  • repair damaged car seat
  • new car seat cover

Call Mac's Upholstery to upholster car seats, fix a car seat or replace car seat padding. If you need to repair a leather car seat or replace a leather seat, visit our shop in Ballard.

We excel in all phases of leather car seat repair, car seat upholstery repair and car upholstery repair – from fixing a single panel, to extensive frame work to car seat foam repair.

Do you have a tear in a leather car seat, cracked leather car seats or need to refurbish leather car seats? Do you have a ripped car seat or a cigarette burn? Bring your vehicle to Mac's. We'll explain what needs to be done, then provide a free repair estimate.

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We've been installing cloth, vinyl and leather auto interiors sinced 1948. We also repair and replace headliners, carpet sets for cars, floor mats, truck seats and car seats. We install faux leather car seat covers, seat heaters and adjustable lumbar supports. The automotive upholstery experts and car seat upholsterers at Mac's are Seattle's interior car design and leather car seat specialists.

  • custom auto interiors
  • detail cars
  • lumber supports for lower back

Why put up with something that doesn't suit your style when you can reupholster a car seat with better fabrics? Even something as simple as upgrading accent colors and car seat foam replacement can create a fresh look. Just recently, we replaced the accent fabric inside a Cadillac with a durable, stylish blue plaid (below). As you can see, the new plaid complements the interior much better than the original brown.

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    Original Car Seat Cover (before)
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    Brown Upholstery Accent (before)
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    Original Door Panel Insert (before)
  • custom cadillac seat cover
    Car Reupholstering (after)
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    Custom Fabric Accent (after)
  • custom cadillac door panel insert
    Cloth Door Panel Insert (after)

Car Leather Seats Installation

 

Another classy alternative is factory-installed luxury leather seats. But, why pay for an expensive factory upgrade package – which usually includes stuff you don't need -- when all you want is new leather car seats or a leather car seat cover? Our auto interior experts install custom leather upholstery for your car, van or recreational vehicle. Get the look and feel of a factory leather interior at a fraction of the cost. Our standard car leather kits match OEM designs. You can also customize colors, stitching patterns and other design elements.

katzin auto interiors

katzin camaro seat covers Mac's is a preferred installer for Katzkin Automotive Interiors — a leader in luxury leather seat covers for cars and aftermarket auto, truck and SUV upholstery.

If you want to change car seats to leather or buy luxury leather car seats, consider Katzkin. They have tons of leather car seat kits! Katzkin's website features an excellent online app which allows you to view your vehicle with different custom leather car seat covers in different styles and colors. Check it out or drop by our showroom in Ballard.

Custom Made Car Seat Covers

When fabricating or installing an automotive seat cover, it's important to get a snug fit. If seat covers are properly sized, they protect the original upholstery and extend the lifespan of the seat. A vehicle with spotless upholstery retains its value far better than a car with a trashed interior. Quality seat covers easily pay for themselves by boosting a vehicle's value on the resale market.

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Velour

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Brick Solid
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Brick Stripe
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Tan
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Toast Stripe
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Toast Solid
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Charcoal Solid
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Charcoal Stripe
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Ocean Blue
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Ocean Stripe
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Silver

Exotics

exotics seat colors
Ebony Croc
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Sand' Ostrich
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Charcoal Ostrich
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Black Ostrich
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Med Gray Ostrich
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Java Croc
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Bone Croc
     

Neo Supreme

neo supreme seat colors
Pink
neo supreme seat colors
Charcoal
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Cappuccino
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Red
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Blue
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Black
       

Camo

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Mossy Oak
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Snow
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Hardwoods Grey
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Max 4
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Xtra
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Max 1
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AP Pink
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Kryptek Highland
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Kryptek Typhon
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Universal Digital

Sof-Touch

sof-touch seat colors
Charcoal
sof-touch seat colors
Medium Grey
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Brown
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Black
sof-touch seat colors
Caramel
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Sandstone
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Salsa
     

Perforated Sof-Touch

perforated sof-touch seat colors
Black
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Medium Grey
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Charcoal
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Salsa
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Sandstone

Tweeds

tweed seat colors
Dark Grey
tweed seat colors
Light Grey
tweed seat colors
Burgundy
tweed seat colors
Tan
tweed seat colors
Black

Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber seat colors
Mocha
Carbon Fiber seat colors
Flint
Carbon Fiber seat colors
Silver
Carbon Fiber seat colors
Red
Carbon Fiber seat colors
Black
Carbon Fiber seat colors
Toast
       

Saddle Blanket

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Red
saddle blanket seat colors
Medium Blue
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Light Blue
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Green
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Grey
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Tan
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Yellow
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Black
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Caramel
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Brown
saddle blanket seat colors
Dark Red
       

Dura EZ-Care

Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Taupe
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Sand
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Black
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Navy
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Red
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Silver
Dura EZ-Care seat colors
Charcoal
     

Leather Car Seat Installation

Mac's installs seat covers & automotive interior kits from all the leading manufacturers, including: World Upholstery & Trim, Acme Headliners, Sierra Auto Tops, Moss Motors, PUI Upholstery, Auto Custom Carpets, Roadwire, Katzkin, Gahh, Robbins, Ruff Tuff and Distinctive Industries. We're a preferred installer for all the top manufacturers. Being a preferred installer is important because proper installation saves time and money. Fly-by-night installers make mistakes. Some mistakes are repairable, others are not.

Ruff Tuff Seat Covers

Custom crafted RuffTuff© seat covers are much better than off-the-shelf products. They're affordable, durable and fit like a glove. Best of all, you can personalize the look.

Some auto seat covers are designed to stand out from the crowd. Katzkin® and Ruff Tuff®, for example, specialize in distinctive, customize-designed seat covers.

Gahh Seat Covers

Gahh Automotive is the expert in "original look" car seat covers. They manufacture auto seat covers to strict OEM specifications. Not only do their covers look like the original ones, they carefully match fabrics, colors and styles.

Just as important, Gahh seat covers cost less than automotive name brands. You can order one from the company's website, but for the same price plus the cost of installation we'll do the work. We'll make sure the correct seat cover is delivered on time. We'll guarantee that it goes on right.

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Red
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Black
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Cork
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Navy
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Champ'n
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Linen
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Brown
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Champ'n
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Grey
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Red
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Pearl
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Maha'y
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Brown
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Silver
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Magenta
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Red
gahh leather seat color
Beige
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Grey
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Cobalt
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Rasp'y
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Marble
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Blue
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Burg'y
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Savanna
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Graphite
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Bamboo
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Cash'e
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Blue
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Boxster
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Space
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Saddle
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Lama
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Lotus
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Indigo
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Natural
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Silver
gahh leather seat color
Silver
gahh leather seat color
Parc't
gahh leather seat color
Cream
gahh leather seat color
Sand
gahh leather seat color
Cha'l
gahh leather seat color
Sand
gahh leather seat color
Tita'm
gahh leather seat color
Black
gahh leather seat color
Champ'n
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Nappa
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Light
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Braun
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Burg'y
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Gray
gahh leather seat color
Pearl
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Card'l
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Red
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Blue
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gahh leather seat color
gahh leather seat color
gahh leather seat color
gahh leather seat color
gahh leather seat color
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Tan
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Red
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Green
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Grey
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Brown
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Bamboo
gahh leather seat cover
Cognac
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Parc't
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Blue
gahh leather seat cover
Roser
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Blue
gahh leather seat cover
Blue
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Pebble
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Parc't
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Green
empty space
Red
empty space
Mah'y
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Tab'o
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Bamboo
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Black
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Grey
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Parc't
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Saddle
empty space
Beige
empty space
Henna
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Cream
empty space
Pal'o
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Burg'y
empty space
Blue
empty space
Grey
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Char'l
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Java
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Shell
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Ash
gahh leather seat cover
Salsa
gahh leather seat cover
Oyster
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Grau
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Sand
gahh leather seat cover
Sierra
gahh leather seat cover
Teal
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Ivory
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Grey
gahh leather seat cover
Mauve
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Blue
gahh leather seat cover
Beige
gahh leather seat cover
Taupe
gahh leather seat cover
Space
gahh leather seat cover
Ivory
gahh leather seat cover
Black
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gahh seat colors
Black
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Fawn
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Choco
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Burg'y
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Red
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Red
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Navy
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Blue
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Saddle
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Beige
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Saddle
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Cin'n
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BluGr
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Parc't
gahh seat colors
Cream
gahh seat colors
Magn'a
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Red
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Tan
gahh seat colors
Taupe
gahh seat colors
Isis
gahh seat colors
Doe
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Bisq
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Savile
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Mul'y
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Buck
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Mag'a
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Coffee
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Ivory
gahh seat colors
Black
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Protect your car seat upholstery & padding with plush, genuine sheepskin seat covers. They keep you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Mac's Upholstery sells both tailor-made and universal-fit sheepskin seat covers. They fit like a glove and provide years of comfort.

sheepskinPerfect Fit Sheepskin Seat Covers

Our tailor-made Merino sheepskin seat covers are manufactured to fit specific cars. Chances are we stock a seat cover for the year, make and model of your vehicle. They're superior quality, durable seat covers. Available in a dozen colors (below), they carry a one year craftsmanship warranty. Some prefer sheepskin to car seat upholstery repair. Sheepskin covers are also great for motorcyles, golf carts, airplanes and more.

Black Gobi Camel Pearl Red Charcoal Silver Dk Silver Pewter Mushroom Blue Brown
custom sheepskin

Ready Made

The finest quality handcrafted Australian sheepskin seat covers available in five sizes and thirteen colors. They fit snugly over most bucket seats. They securely fasten to the seat with 6-8 hidden straps. One year warranty.

deluxe superfit

Deluxe Superfit

Plush Australian sheepskin covers the seat and backrest with matching stretch-fleece over the full back and sides. They're available in deluxe highback and deluxe lowback sizes to fit most bucket seats. Available in thirteen colors.

mosaic

Mosaic Sheepskin

Mosaic pattern, ¼ to ¾ thick genuine imported sheepskin covers the seat and backrest with matching stretch-fleece over the back and sides. Available in both highback and lowback styles. One year warranty.

standard

Standard Sheepskin

Genuine sheepskin covers the seat and backrest with matching, stretch-fleece over full back and sides. Available in both highback and lowback styles. These come in thirteen colors and carry a one year warranty.

Hollywood Movie Car Refit

Ready for a rapid-fire round of Hollywood trivia?

  • What Seattle upholstery shop helped restore the sports car featured in the 1954 Tony Curtis Film "Johnny Dark"?
  • What "Gilligan's Island" actor appeared in "Johnny Dark"?
  • How many degrees of separation between that "Gilligan's Island" actor and Kevin Bacon?

The answer to the first question is pretty obvious or we wouldn't be asking it. The Gilligan's Island actor was Russell Johnson AKA The Professor. As for the final question, one of Russell Johnson's co-stars in "Johnny Dark" was Piper Laurie. Laurie was in "The Crossing Guard" with Jack Nicholson who also starred in "A Few Good Men" with — ta-dah — Kevin Bacon.

Anyway, back to the sports car. It's a 1952 Woodhill Wildfire, famous for being the first production prototype manufactured with a fiberglass body. We sometimes forget how exotic fiberglass was when this car was built; the idea of manufacturing a car body from sheets of thin glass fibers seemed crazy.

There are some interesting articles on the Web about the Woodhill Wildfire. You'll see kit car versions of the Wildfire every now and then, but there's only one prototype still on the road. The owner, a local car collector, brought it to Mac's for some finish work.

  • woodhill Wildfire seat
    Wildfire Seat Before Dying
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    Wildfire Interior Stripped
  • woodhill Wildfire
    Wildfire Interior Before New Upholstry
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    Wildfire Seat After Dying
  • woodhill Wildfire
    Wildfire Custom Carpet Installed
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    Wildfire With New Upholstery

The historic car pulled into our shop with a fresh coat of paint. It looked showroom new, except for the crummy upholstery. Careful to protect the new finish, we removed the seats and stripped the car down to its fiberglass floor pan. While the original seats and cushions were being dyed black, we repaired the interior and fabricated new carpeting for the cabin and trunk.

Originally, the owner wanted to go with standard loop carpeting, the sort of material found in many of today's cars. We recommended carpeting similar to the stuff used when the Wildfire was manufactured. GM still makes period-specific automotive flooring for restoration projects, so we used that style of carpet along with an accent fabric matching the new paint. Our technicians finished the edges using a rolled binding technique.

After a touch-up here and there, we installed the seats and the old Wildfire was out the door.

Bonus trivia points if you get this question right; how many degrees of separation between Mac's Upholstery and Tony Curtis? Just one — a 1952 Woodhill Wildfire.


Car Seat Triage

Despite what some car dealers recommend, it's not necessary to replace a seat cover or repair a car seat if it's only damaged in one place. In this instance, the seatback is badly worn, but still serviceable. It's the cushion that needs immediate attention — the leather is shredded and spilling foam.

  • torn car seat
    Damaged Seat Foam
  • torn car seat
    Torn Seat Leather
  • torn car seat
    Seat Cushion Repaired

We repaired the cushion using new foam and leather. The car was back on the road in no time.

It would've saved time and money to repair both the seatback and the cushion at the same time. There are aesthetic advantages as well. Doing the whole thing at once makes for a cleaner looking seat. But, it's nice to know that you always have the option of "car seat triage" — fix what needs to be fixed now, then do the rest later.


Car Seat Foam Rebuild

All car seats eventually go bad; it's just a question of when. In most cases, the fabric deteriorates first, then the foam crumbles. But, if poor quality foam is used in the original manufacturing process, the seat can go flat long before there's any sign of fabric wear. When that happens we remove the seat cover, strip the frame and go to work on the foam.

  • Car Seat Frame
    Car Seat Frame
  • Car Seat Frame
    Rebuilding The Side Bolster
  • Car Seat Frame
    Shaping The Rebond Foam
  • Car Seat Frame
    Seat After Foam Rebuild

We start by trimming off the damaged side bolster. Instead of replacing it with the same poor quality foam, we rebuild and reshape the entire bolster with two gauges of sturdy rebond foam. While the seatback was not damaged, the foam was going flat. Steaming is an excellent way to restore polyurethane foam to its original shape, but this stuff is junk. The only thing to do is rebuild the seatback. Might as well save a few dollars and do it now.

The foam rebuild provides us an opportunity to improve lower back support with thicker padding. With the foam work complete, we reinstall and clean the original seat cover. The fabric is still in good shape, so this rebuilt seat will last for years.


Auto Upholstery Repair

When a car seat goes bad, the worst damage is typically found on the "door side" of the seat cushion; it gets the most wear when somebody scoots in or out.

If a car seat is trashed from top to bottom, we repair the entire seat. But, what's the point of recovering an entire seat when only one section of the bottom cushion is bad? This damaged Chevy seat illustrates why it's always better to call Mac's Upholstery before buying an off-the-rack seat cover or contacting a car dealer.

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    Torn Car Seat (before)
  • torn car seat
    Seatback Still Good
  • torn car seat
    Replacing Damaged Foam
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    Car Foam Repair
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    Auto Upholstery Repair (after)
  • torn car seat
    Auto Seat Repair (after)

With damage limited to the driver's side deck, we dismantled this seat and went to work on the cushion. If the owner had called us at the first sign of trouble, we could have salvaged the padding beneath the fabric. Unfortunately, this seat cushion was so shredded we had to replace a large section with Rebond. Rebond is a durable foam manufactured from recycled foam and scraps.

After the car seat foam replacement, we fabricated a new cover using a heavy-duty, low cost fabric we keep in stock. We could have matched the original fabric, but the budget conscious owner was happy with an approximate match. As you can see, the seat repair turned out great. There's a good chance this repair will last longer than the original seat cover.


Vintage Ford Fairlane Auto Seat Repair

Restoring seats from a vintage car or truck is the true test for an automotive upholstery shop. In most cases, seats from an old car are hopelessly trashed — covers torn, springs snapped and padding infused with a moldy stench that would scare off Pepé Le Pew. When a bench seat from a '65 Fairlane was brought into our shop we had our hands full.

  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    1965 Ford Fairlane
  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    Trashed Fairlane Seats
  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    Bad Foam & Springs
  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    Auto Seat Repair
  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    Vinyl Upholstery Repair
  • 1965 Ford Fairlane
    Auto Upholstery Repair

Aside from the frame and most of the suspension coils, there wasn't much worth saving. We repaired what we could and tossed the rest. After stripping the cover, underlayment, padding and webbing, we rebuilt the seat from scratch. It was important to maintain the original size and appearance, but there was no reason we couldn't improve the materials. Today's polyurethane padding and vinyl are far better than what was used back in 1965 when the car was manufactured.

As you can see, the bench seat turned out great. You'd have a hard time distinguishing between the restored seat and the original one that rolled off the assembly line more than half a century ago.


Dog Damage

We've seen plenty of dog damage over the years, but this one takes the cake. It's possible that Cujo didn't appreciate being locked inside the car, but we're betting it simply mistook the back seat as a chew toy. A really expensive chew toy. Can you imagine the owner's expression when he saw this?

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    Dog Damage
  • dog destroys car interior
    Shredded Seats
  • dog bite marks
    Armrest
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    Leather Car Seat Repair
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    Repair Car Seat Leather
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    Door Panel Repaired

Needless to say, repairing this Audi A4 required more than an OEM seat cover. We had to rebuild sections of the back bench seat, armrest and side panel. Instead of ordering and installing an expensive new cover, we replaced the damaged leather section-by-section. Not only is custom leather car seat repair more environmentally friendly than installing a brand new cover, it's significantly less expensive. In fact, the owner could buy a ton of real chew toys with the money we saved him.


Escape From Ordinary Interiors

Most new cars and SUVs are equipped with factory-installed cloth seat covers. They may be adequate for a while. But, even the most durable synthetic material used to manufacture automotive seats will lose its luster in no time -- especially if you've got kids or dogs.

This Ford Escape is only a couple of years old and already the seats are stained and worn. Instead of installing replacement cloth covers -- yawn -- the owners chose to upgrade to the luxury, comfort and durability of leather seats.

  • Ford Escape
    Car Reupholstering
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    Old Cloth Seats
  • Katzkin seat covers
    Katzkin Style & Color Choices
  • Katzkin Set Coveres installed
    Car Seat Upholstery
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    Car Leather Seat Cover
  • Luxury Leather
    Leather For Car Seats

Having a car dealer install car seat upholstery can be expensive. Not only does Mac's charge substantially less, our experienced installers are the best in town. Keep in mind that experienced installers make a big difference; if your leather seat covers are not properly installed they'll wrinkle and warp.

We also offer the wide range of styles and colors available through Katzkin Leather, the leading manufacturer of aftermarket seat covers. Click here to check out all the exciting styles and colors available for your vehicle!


A SAAB Story

Almost every car has cosmetic quirks. For example, SAAB owners complain that door and speaker panel inserts manufactured during the eighties and nineties frequently unravel after a few years. Do-it-yourself fixes may last for a while, but the inserts are certain to unravel again unless the job is done properly. Some owners bring us their SAABs strictly to restore the side panel inserts. Others, such as the owner of this model 900 convertible, repair the inserts when they install a new top.

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    Panel Inserts Unraveling
  • worn speaker panel
    Wrinkled Speaker Inserts
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    Worn Door Panel
  • Tattered Convertible Top
    Tattered Convertible Top
  • Old Top Removed
    Old Top Removed
  • Attaching New Rear Curtain
    Attaching New Rear Curtain
  • Tattered Convertible Top
    New Convertible Top
  • Old Top Removed
    Ebony Suede Fabric
  • Attaching New Rear Curtain
    New Side & Speaker Inserts

It's easy to match the original fabric used by the manufacturer, but owners often chose a more stylish alternative. In this case, we substitute a rich, ebony suede for the original tan fabric. Some interior surfaces are slightly cupped, which makes attaching the fabric a bit more challenging. Not only are these inserts flat, removing them from the side panel is relatively easy.

Because the reupholstery process is straightforward and because the car is already in the shop for other work, the customer saves money.


1963 Bonneville Custom Interior & Car Seat Upholstery Repair

The auto upholstery experts at Mac's Upholstery can turn a "junkyard car" into a collector's gem. This is what a 1963 Bonneville Convertible looked like before we went to work and after we finished (bottom picture).

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    Car Seat Upholstery Repair
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    Rear Seat Upholstery Damaged
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    Hole In Door Panel
  • Seat Repair
    Auto Seat Repair
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    Auto Seat Repair
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    Auto Seat Repair

Rebranding An SUV

Over the years, Isuzu has cut manufacturing and marketing deals with a number of carmakers including Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Honda and General Motors. So, when a customer purchased new seat covers for his Chevrolet Tahoe, he figured it would be fun to rebrand it as an Isuzu. Especially since Isuzu has all but disappeared from the North American market.

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  • izusu logo

The SUV owner handled most of the exterior stuff, including Isuzu badges to go on the cab. We sewed Isuzu patches into the seat covers during the installion. The transformation is not as dramatic as Bruce Wayne's Batman or the Remus Lupin werewolf thing, but seeing a rebranded "Isuzu SUV" roaring down I-5 is sure to turn a few heads.