After sewing some old vinyl together and stapling it over the old bones her couch looked brand new!
Some leather isn’t meant to last years of cuddling with the dogs. How to fix?
Wrap a discount fabric over a closet rod and place those under the cushions!
Over time, leather couches lose that bouncy fresh exterior and need a face lift.
Add some batting to fluff up the interior and resow. Isn’t it lovely?
This beauty was hiding under fading faux leather
After a little stapled vinyl reupholstering, this piece went from duckling to swan.
Her brown couch was starting to get worn and tired looking.
If the fabric is good, then take a risk & try your hand at chalk painting upholstery. Gorgeous.
She wanted an easy way to redecorate and cover up that eyesore.
She made interchangeable slipcovers to fit the mood of her decor and what a change!
If you know you have a fixer upper, grab some fabric and a staple gun and get going.
Without having to add stuffing, this was fixed with a new fabric and a little innovation.
This dumpster find was torn to shreds with stuffing almost beyond repair.
Add a little batting and a whole array of new fabric and you’re good to go.
This red couch had good bones but had dark patches on its old red upholstery.
If the batting and fabric is good don’t fix it! All it needed was a lick of paint to look brand new.