Out with the old, in with the new. No doubt, these older pieces of furniture came back to life with the little magic of upholstery.
The little piano bench, received a new cushion and with the colorful fabric looks like new.
The dining room chairs were fantastic quality, sturdy. Their original vinyl covers were all torn up and the cushions were ripped.
Yes, the upholstery is a very tedious job, detail oriented that requires a lot of patience. But the results are worth it. Check them out in the before and after photos.
Spring is here and so are the newest trendy colors around us. The coral colored and patterned fabrics are so much fun, that they really make smaller scale designs pop.
I had fun making these!
When does the upholstery of old furniture make sense? Is it a nostalgic feeling for some old chair from grandma? Did we fall in love with this old chair at the auction, bought it and thought one day it will be reupholstered with the fabric of our choice? Or is the furniture currently stained so bad from the kids that it is becoming embarrassing to keep it in the living room? For these reasons and more, you should consider reupholstering your current furniture to give it new life. The best part is the freedom of fabric choice to match your home decor or give it a brand new makeover for a whole room.
In the photos below, you can see the transformation of two practical ottomans and a stunning wing chair with excellent bone structure.
The chair turned out fantastic with the perfect choice of the chenille fabric and a brand new seat cushion.
The ottomans look like new with the print design. The perfect pieces for a living room makeover.
Check them out!
When I first saw this chair, it was in desperate need of a makeover. The fabric was all worn out, but the structure was great due to its unusual tall and sleak lines.
I chose a bold color fabric with a big pattern that would show off nicely on this tall chair. And the result is here. I like it, do you?
Here is the old chair.