Chairloom is a Pennsylvania company that repairs, reupholsters, and reinvents vintage furniture pieces, mostly seating and ottomans, with fresh, stylish fabrics. Quality antiques in their own right, given a facelift with textiles like Schumacher, Oliveiera, Rubie Green, Virginia Johnson, and John Robshaw, owner Molly Worth's pieces are inherently high-end. Her keen eye for design takes the old to new levels, with her careful arrangement and selection of fabrics and perfect choices of Benjamin Moore paint color to make colors pop. If it weren't for their price tags ($385-$4,200), I'd lay claim to her entire inventory. A friend of mine came across some of her pieces at the Brooklyn Flea recently, and shared these drool-worthy images with me. Do you covet them as much as I do?