How To Reupholster And Repaint A Stool

How To Reupholster And Repaint A Stool
If you have an old stool and wanna reupholster it, here’s a tutorial! Prepare an old stool/chair, fabric, a screw driver, scissors, a sewing machine & thread, a staple gun, a pencil, paint. The first step is to unscrew the seat from the base. Making sure you keep the screws safe until we need them... 
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10 DIY IKEA Hacks For A Home Library Or A Reading Nook

10 DIY IKEA Hacks For A Home Library Or A Reading Nook
If you are a book lover and have a home library or at least a reading nook, then these IKEA hacks are right what you need! An essential piece in every such space is a bookcase or bookshelves, and here IKEA provides lots of units to hack and lots of ideas to use. Various IKEA... 
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How To Reupholster Dining Chairs Yourself

How To Reupholster Dining Chairs Yourself
Too old chairs? Reupholster them! Remove old fabric and staples. If necessary, sand, stain, and polyurethane the legs. Using a flexible tape measure and the cut list instructions above, measure the chair. Using sharp scissors, cut the batting, fabric and dust cover pieces to size. Lay the batting over the seat so that it drapes... 
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DIY HENRIKSDAL Dining Chair Hack

DIY HENRIKSDAL Dining Chair Hack
Almost everyone is familiar with the Ikea HENRIKSDAL dining chair. These simple slip covered chairs are probably sold everyday by the thousands and while they have a great look they are a little generic. Let’s hack one! Paint the slipcover right on the chair using the same spray paint – so easy and so cool!... 
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DIY Kitchen Chairs Painting And Reupholstering

DIY Kitchen Chairs Painting And Reupholstering
We’ve already told you how to renovate your old chairs, and here’s one more idea for your kitchen. You’ll need old mismatched chairs, sandpaper, paint that you like, fabric and a furniture stapler. Sand them down lightly, then use the paint sprayer to prime them and put several light coats of paint on them. Better... 
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