Fifth generation upholstery shop continues to uphold legacy and “fix ugly”

Living East Tennessee
Giving new life to old furniture

For more than 20 years, Jesica and Wes Breitenbach have been giving life to old furniture. The pair owns Crown Upholestry, an upholestry shop that stemmed from 4 previous generations of sewing crafts and upholestry. 

Now, the two have left their mark on East Tennessee for several residents and corporate clients, such as The Tomato Head, Blackberry Farms and the University of Tennessee. 

If you have furniture pieces in need of a new look, Crown Upholestry can help! Give them a call at (865)-809-9963.  

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