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DIY Reupholstery Projects

Updated: 2019-07-24 13:25 Views: 206

I have been noticing more and more people tackling DIY reupholstery projects. Reupholstering isn’;t as difficult as it seems in fact, with a little know how and the right tools, it’;s actually fairly simple. I have rounded up a few projects from my blogger buddies as well as our own.

Lets start with our wingback chairs I reupholstered last summer. Image courtesy of Woman’;s Day.

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This was my first upholstery project below. Not only was it my first upholstery projectpersonalized fathers day gifts, it was the first time I sawzalled a couch in half. It will probably be my only time as well. ha

Brittany at Pretty Handy Girl has a fabulous tutorial on how to reupholster a bench cushion.

Vanessa at The Picket Fence shares how to create a drop cloth slipcover for a dining room chair.

A few months ago I shared a tutorial on how I reupholstered my mom’;s dining room chairs.

A couple weeks ago I shared how to reupholster a couch the “;no sew”; way.

I prefer to use a power staple gun with 1/4″; staples for our projects. Although, a heavy duty staple gun would likely work for many upholstery projects. Most of these projects can be completed in a weekend, if not an afternoon. I am not sure if I have any DIY reupholstery projects in the near future but you never know!

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