Basic Procedure of Upholstered Side Chairs

Feb 6th

Side chairs come in a wide range of styles, including those with arms and upholstered surfaces for comfort. Upholstered side chairs with arms are typically small enough to move easily, making them versatile additions to your home. You can reupholster side chairs, even if they have intrusive wooden arms to refresh their appearance or start a new life out of an old chair.

Traditional Upholstered Side Chairs
Traditional Upholstered Side Chairs

The process to upholstered side chairs with arms involves first removing the cushion seat cushion and support, if possible. After removing the cushions of the chair you can remove the old fabric, wrap the pads refreshed with new tissue, and affix the fabric with tacks or adhesive. Then you reinstall the pads updated to the chair. While the pads are out you can also refinish wooden arms of the chair and table with paint or stain.

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If the pads are not removable, stretch fabric onto the pellets carefully after remove the existing padding. Bypassing the timber where arms with the seating surface if necessary by cutting a small slit in the fabric. The lat procedure to upholstered side chairs is securing the tissue below the seat and behind the back seat with tacks or glue.