DIY Window Seat Cushion in Under an Hour
All that was left to do was make the cushion for my window seat. I did it all for less than $60 dollars and in under an hour!
I started by having to wood cut for me at Home Depot. I went with plywood as it was inexpensive and would do the job.
Once I got the wood home I laid out all my materials. Then I needed to cut the foam for the cushion.
I cut the foam using a box cutter, making sure not to go all the way through and mess up the carpet underneath. With the thin amount that was left uncut, I was able to just pull it apart.
I laid the fabric out on the floor, placed the foam on top and then the wood bottom. I attached the fabric to the wood using a staple gun. I wrapped the short ends like a present to allow the folds to be on the sides closest to the wall and leaving a nice finished edge on the front of the cushion.
I flipped the board over and set it on top of the seat area and enjoyed!
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