Dress a Double Chaise Lounge Chair

Apr 4th

Double chaise lounge chair – Couches, sometimes called “fainting chairs,” is interesting shaped bedroom and living room furniture. Dress a double chaise lounge chair; remove your previous pieces of fabric, section by section. Use a screwdriver to pull the clip away from the wooden frame of the chair. These pieces should be removed as gently as possible so that they can be used as templates for your new materials.

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Dress a double chaise lounge chair, Change framework, padding or upholstery foam needed. Before applying new materials, ensure that the seat is filled and well formed. Use spray adhesive to stick out the foam on the frame of the double chaise lounge chair as needed. Drape a piece of thin cloth over the area you want to recover. This step is only necessary if you could preserve your previous pieces of fabric. Track the shape of the area you want to re-cover. Fold your thin vertically to check for symmetry. Add one inch on all sides of the allowance before cutting out your template from the replacement fabric.

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Dress a double chaise lounge chair, Place muslin cloth or original templates of your new upholstery. Trace around the template directly on the upholstery, or pinning with straight legs. Cut along your designs to create your fabric pieces. Position the cloth over the area you want to cover. pull your fabric taut across the bottom of your chaise. Staple fabric pieces directly to the underside of the wooden frame. If your daybed has no curved edges, move your fabric over inch by inch as you staple it in place. If the fabric is thick, you may need to cut short vertical slots in the corner of material to help it sit properly.