|Posted on September 2, 2017 at 9:25 AM||comments (0)|
There's a lot of info on the web for reholstering chairs but for me, they are way to complicated. I've reupholstered simlar chairs in the past and, because my attention span is nil, I found an easy peasy way to redo my chairs.
Not to bore you with my own instructions I found that Liz over at Love Grows Wild has nice detailed instructions for recovering an office chair. But since it was the only chair I found that had a separate back and seat, it would be easy to follow what she does.
To see how she does it, click here.
You could end up with something like this.
|Posted on June 6, 2017 at 9:35 AM||comments (0)|
Another day, another find. This time a set of four wooden chairs. Maybe not the best colour in the world but these were in great shape. I would take these home myself but I have no more room. I'm just hoping someone is savvy enough to take them and revamp them. There are tons of ideas online on how to do just that.
|Posted on April 17, 2012 at 10:45 AM||comments (0)|
Here’s another way to recycle old belts from Kiki over at Kiki The Spunky Munky – an old aluminum lawn chair frame revitalized with belts. You could pick up inexpensive belts from junk or thrift stores or ask family and friends if they have any they no longer use. If your belts don't have enought holes, make them with hole punches.
It would make a fun Father’s Day gift!
|Posted on July 2, 2010 at 9:55 AM||comments (0)|
You don't have to toss out your old chairs or spend a lot of money to recover them. Take a look at how easy it is to rescue and reuse your old seating.
Recover a Drop-in Seat
Take a chair, any old chair that has a seat that needs replacing. It's fairly easy to recover chairs that have removable drop-in seats. See how here.
Chair Cover Using Tea Towelling