Recovered Office Chair

Added Feb 9, 2009

by erdronen

Cincinnati, Ohio...

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Description

I recovered my extremely old thrifted office chair using a shower curtain that matches my window curtains in my sewing room. The color of this fabric is what I based the wall color of my room on.

This was surprisingly easy to do. I really just pinned the fabric, cut around the edges, sewed it together, pasted and hand-sewed to close. For the seat I just used some elastic to help it conform, and then my handy spray adhesive :) I love it! I should have done this way sooner! Now all I have left is to paint my rocking chair white and recover the cushion. See my profile for pics of my sewing room if your interested.

Also, check out my blog :)

Material Notes

fabric shower curtain, elastic, spray adhesive

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    Feb 10, 2009, 05.37 PMby enero

    Great idea!

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    Feb 10, 2009, 12.36 AMby lybu

    It turned out very neatly. Great fabric choice.

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    Feb 9, 2009, 07.32 PMby bcheese06

    Very cute! Much better than the boring colors those chairs come in. This makes me want to finish covering my chair.

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    Feb 9, 2009, 01.18 PMby fairytale-thirteen

    This looks great – it is inspiring me to tackle my dress-dolly that is a bit tatty and needs covering. Great job B-).

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