Welcome back for another round of this dining/office makeover! This week, I am showing you how to make these super easy, custom drop cloth curtains. Yes! I said, “drop cloth.” These bad boys cost me a whopping $28! Isn’t it amazing that you can get drapes that look like they were tailor-made for your windows at such a low price?
Reupholster Leather Chair… or just replace the damaged Parts.
Not long ago, I replaced the leather (or pleather) on the seat cushions in my theater room. They had become worn and were beginning to peel. I thought that I could get away with just reupholstering the seats, because everything else looked fine. But, wouldn’t you know it. Just a few months after completing the seat cushions, one of the backs began to peel, as well. This is what it looked like just before I got around to reupholstering it. So, I guess technically this article is on how to replace the back cushions more so than on how to reupholster leather chair (s).
Upholstery is a great way to extend the life of furniture or to create a fresh new look from an old piece. However, there are a few things that one needs to know before attempting to disassemble and reupholster furniture. This article covers the basics of upholstery and is intended for beginners. So, for the 411 on upholstery for beginners, continue with this article.