Sarah
Sarah
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  • Gulfport, MS

ottoman gone bad


My three children have utterly destroyed my ottoman, I don't want to invest the money into recovering until their artistic inclinations have expired, so I searched for an easy way to cover it....the best part is, I used a painters fabric drop cloth, which is inexpensive, easy to remove and launder.This slipcover only took a few hours to complete. Credit goes to creatingathome.com where I found the step by step instructions.
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster
ottoman gone bad, painted furniture, reupholster

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  • Sarah
    on Nov 29, 2012

    thank you.

  • Kate
    on Sep 1, 2016

    Nice job! I can commiserate about the damage three children can do to furniture. Currently working my way through covering up some of their furniture decoration in washable ways myself...

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