Second class featured the same basic seating arrangement as third class, but with upholstered seating.
It was a little gem of a stateroom, upholstered in pale green to relieve the glare from the water.
This is then upholstered with leather without using springs.
Before the window stood a large Voltaire chair, upholstered in tapestry.
He sits now, as a matter of fact, upon an ottoman, upholstered in red.
Three months later, on a secular evening, the upholstered pews of an uptown church were filled with a fashionable audience.
The furniture of the office was some old Empire stuff, upholstered in red velvet.
She turned her head toward him, her cheek resting flat against the upholstered chintz back.
This may or may not be upholstered, dependent on the character of the material of which it is made.
There was a thick oriental carpet on the floor, and all the mahogany furniture was upholstered in red morocco.
1853, back-formation from upholsterer "tradesman who finishes or repairs articles of furniture" (1610s), from upholdester (early 15c.), formed with a diminutive (originally fem.) suffix, from obsolete Middle English noun upholder "dealer in small goods" (early 14c.), from upholden "to repair, uphold, keep from falling or sinking" (in this case, by stuffing); see uphold.