Check out this fabulous project: – Sandpaper – Glue Gun Nail Gun – Primer – Wood Putty – Wood Paint – Polycrylic Top Coat – Upholstery Sponge – Batting – Upholstery Fabric – Trim Use a cloth or sponge dipped in warm water and soap and wipe down any dirt, dust, and build-up on your old chair.Make sure it dries completely before continuing onto the next step.
Lay it down on your foam padding, trace around it, and cut out the foam to match the shape of your piece of wood.
Cover your newly cut foam with a layer of batting to smooth out the edges and a layer of the fabric you chose for upholstering.
Here are a few of the pieces I have transformed over the years. Dressers Dressed in Glaze Snooty French Girls Dumped Dresser Don’t be a Stressor How to Get the Layered Look With Glaze This recent project came to me via Consignment Envy where I rent a space and sell DIY Paints and my Furniture Makeovers.
I was not lucky enough to have this Bedroom set as a kid, (I had beautiful furniture that my mom bought and refinished-where I got my inspiration). I have been lucky enough to find TONS of it for sale or even better, for FREE over the past 14 years that I have been painting furniture.
Jenna used a gorgeous green velvet fabric – one of my faves!