Not only can reupholstering a mid century modern dining chairs prolong its life, but it can give your dining room a new and up-to-date design without the hassle of buying a new set of dining chairs. One of the most important things to note when relinquishing a dining chair is to find the right fabric and pillow fits this chair. Contact your local craft shop on suggestions for the best fabrics and pillows for use on your chair.
Examine the chair carefully; notice the details of the chair as the fabric that covers the seat and any decorations that adorn the chair. Look to see how the drug can be removed. Note whether the fabric and decorations are sewn, glued or stapled together. Remove the pillow from the chair (if detachable). Carefully remove the fabric from the seat. Use short moving company or scissors for a gentle dust removal process. Remove any buttons or decorations in your hand and place them in a container so they will not be lost.
Measure the dimensions of the seat with measuring tape. Measure the fabric. Add two more inches to each side of the fabric so it can fit tightly under the seat cushion. Consider repurchasing a foam pillow to go underneath the new structure if it is worn. Use the seat length and width only to choose a suitable foam size. Apply foam pad to seat first. Trim any excess material with a saw blade to fit. Tighten the seat temporarily with the new structure make sure it is seated again and under the pillow. Use sharp thin to trim it to size if necessary. Place the new coating to be tight and without wrinkles or irregularities.