Upholstered dining room chairs – Years of use and small children can wreak havoc on upholstered dining chairs. Instead of buying a new set, reupholster the seats to give new life to the dining room set. You do not even need to remove the old fabric – simply apply the new outfit right over the original material. The existing fabric will serve to further dampen reupholstered seat.
How to great upholstered dining room chairs ideas, remove the screws from the four corners of the seat with a screwdriver and set the chair frame aside. Measure the pillow with a flexible tape measure. Measure up and down and from side to side at the widest points. Extend the tape measure 1 inch beyond the existing fabric and record the measurements on the underside of the seat. Add a label showing which side is the front. Measure the fabric according to the dimensions you recorded. Cut out the fabric squares that are large enough to cover every seat you reupholstering.
Make a great upholstered dining room chairs ideas; place a fabric square on a flat, clean work surface with the finished side down. Then charge a staple gun with 3/8-inch staples. Pull the fabric on one side of the pillow up so that the edge rests on the underside of the cushion. Shoot staples few inches apart to the first side of the pad. Fabric drag on the opposite side of the bag taut against the old web. Staple along the last two pages of the pillow, not too close to the corners. And then cut off some excess fabric from the first corner, cut parallel to one side of the pad along the staples.