One of the charming aspects of manyÂ farmhouses is the incorporation of antique furniture. Not only do these pieces serve as a daily reminder of our farming heritage, they are likely made with higher quality materials and better craftsmanship than a lot of modern furniture on the market today. If you choose to warm up your home with antique furniture, thereâ€™s no need feel bound a decades-old style. Update your favorite pieces to give them a personal touch.
In this video, weâ€™ll show you how to reupholster the seat of an antique dining chair. Youâ€™ll be surprised by how easy it is and how quickly you can give your favorite pieces of furniture a fresh, new look.
Before getting started, youâ€™ll need a few supplies:
- Your chairs, of course
- Fabric of your choice
- Fabric scissors
- Staple gun and staples
- Damp cloth
- Hammer (optional)
- Pliers (optional)
Once youâ€™ve gathered your supplies, watch the video below to get started.