To update your dining room without spending a fortune you can reupholster dining chair back on your own. Most chairs have seats and backs can be easily removed with basic tools. In just one afternoon, you can give your dining room set a complete overhaul.
Directions to reupholster dining chair: choose fabric. The solid color or a subtle impression is usually the preferred choice for upholstery, but it depends on your taste. Fabric that is easy to clean is important if you have small children at home, since they are likely to be messy eaters. Avoid leather or suede, since these tissues are difficult for a beginner to use in an upholstery design.
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Remove the cushion and seat cover old. Cut the fabric using the cover of the old chair as a standard. Staple the tissue back to the pad using a stapler or heavy upholstery nail gun. The fabric should be pulled tightly to avoid creases. Add decorative upholstery tacks, if desired. Finally, to reupholster dining chair, put the chair back newly reupholstered.