DIY furniture covers
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for DIY furniture covers. Get inspired and try out new things.
Well, I’ve been MIA for a while now… that’s what happens when you’re 7 months pregnant, a stay at home mom to an 18 month old, […]
Yvonne Bright saved to Reupholster
Hey friends! Are you sick of never being able to find a slip cover that actually fits your sofa or love seat? I know I was! I bought three different sets of slip covers from three different companies and none of them fit right. They were either too big, too small, or didn’t fit right […]
Gloria North saved to painted furniture for Gloria
When you look at a before and after slipcover photo what do you notice? My guess is it’s the fabric and color that catches your eye first. Then the fit, right? What you might not see right aw…
camilla arcand saved to Custom sofa slipcovers
It's super easy to fix sagging couch cushions when you know there's a "hidden" zipper and you have a little Poly-fil on hand! Click the link for the EASY quick-fix DIY! #couch #reupholster #diy #saggingcouch #hack #couchdiy #homedecor #howtofixasaggingcouch
A large, soft ottoman for tired feet is awesome! Here's the easiest way to rehab a sad bench with fresh style and ability to take ALL that foot plopping.
наталья с saved to лоскутная мебель
Are you wondering how to make a sofa slipcover? Update that old dated couch DIY style! Here is a tutorial with pictures to walk you through the process of creating a custom sofa slipcover for your couch. #twofeetfirst #diy #sofa
HERMAN GARCIA saved to diy
When decorating, always keep in mind that no-one's going to see the bottom/back/inside. This is only one small step up from wrapping a loose piece of cloth over a cushion, but it does keep the cover tidy and in place. So: lay that piece of grey denim you're never going to make a skirt from, face up on the floor. Put the cushion more or less in the middle. (Please excuse the blurry photos, but it was the middle of the night.) Oh yes - zig-zag around all raw edges first. Fold the corners up…
Raynelle Rammacher saved to Stuff I like
With basic sewing skills, you can master these common upholstery techniques.
Barbara Williams saved to home maker