I have four upholstered parson-type kitchen chairs that need to be recovered. Trying to determine if it will be more cost effective to recover the existing chairs or just buy new chairs.
Not sure if the pictures show the details, but the chair backs are not your typical flat back; they have a fan-like thing going on. Any guesses on what I should expect to pay to have them recovered if I'm providing the fabric?
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