A turquoise accent chair can be any chair that gives warmth and taste to your room. If you have a chair just sitting there and need some love, you can only reupholster it. Reupholstering is really simple and can be economical as well. As long as you are careful and have a free time, you can have a new accent chair to show up in no time.
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Collect your materials. The materials you need include sharp bangs, box cutter and spatter, wadding, upholstery, tape measure, welting cord, nub and needle needles, cardboard strip, chalk and fabric glue or a glue gun. The amount of fabric will depend on the size of your dialect chair. Make sure you measure your turquoise accent chair width, height and length – before buying fabric. Also, always buy extra fabric if you make a bad cut or simply measure errors.
Scale of the old chair. Use your sharp pliers and remove the old material by pulling out staples. Make sure you take it carefully because this will be your template for your new fabric. After removing the fabric from the chair, use your knife or scissors to separate the fabric. Make sure you tag the fabric with your chalk so that you know how each part goes. Cut the new fabric to fit the accent chair. Put your new fabric on the floor and the old fabric that you removed from the chair on top of it. Trace around the old fabric on the new fabric and then cut out the mold and pieces from the new fabric. Cover the chair with the new wad and fabric. Start with the back of the chair and work around. Staple the pad to your chair to hold it in place.
If your dialect chair has weapons, put bats over your arms and attach it to the wooden frame to hold it in place. Fold the wrap around the corners nice and tense. When walking around the legs, make sure you hit the legs and fold batting nicely and nicely. Put your templates on the fabric and cut around them leaving plenty of extra seam space. Put the fabric on the chair and fasten, start with your back and work around the chair. Puts the last hand on the chair. You can use welting cord if you want or you can smooth your edges. Simply pull the fabric stretched and cling the fabric to the frame. Start with your back, then the seat, which makes you frame your legs and fold the fabric smoothly.
Tips and warnings
It is strongly recommended that you wear a fabric cover but you can use any economic type of fabric you choose. Since most accent chairs are used for decoration it really does not matter.