There’s more to see...
Sign up to discover and save different things to try in 2015.
Visit Site
  • Denise Tullier Montague

    Desk chair transformation - I need to fix our office chair

  • Kylie Rott

    office chair cover - labor intensive, but I have always hated our desk chairs!!

  • Carolyn Boyle

    Tutorial that shows how to transform old desk chairs into adorable ones like you see here. Must do this! only pinned this because I want a bright green polka dot office chair.... would SO fit in to an accounting office

  • Brandi Bennett

    diy desk chair this would be a bright cheery office chair @bhale3846

  • Jenn Papaganeres

    Office chair redo

  • Chrissy Rex

    office chair makeover. Love the polka dots! Great idea

Related Pins

Tutorial that shows how to transform old desk chairs into adorable ones like you see here.-pin now read later

Recovered office chair. #DIY Amanda Snelson Snelson Tinney your room?

Painted distressed chair with dipped looking legs and painted stripes using DIY chalk paint as the base and craft paint for the stripes full tutorial at thehappyhousie

  • Lois Gehrt

    Fun, whimsical chairs, painted in different color fun place to sit for guests. Nice!

How to make those ugly black desk chairs cute!#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

Easy Redecorating of an Old Chair

recovering classic office chair: nice way to get ergonomics and look for a home office :) I think I would've spray painted the black plastic parts in white as well, with a good primer #chair #homeoffice

Recovered desk chair (that's Hobby lobby fabric) by Confessions of a Serial DIYer.

Recover a chair or ottoman in a pop of pure color to transform your space! See our chair upholstery step-by-step guide:

How To Cover an Office Chair - great tutorial shows how to remove the backing on the chair, how the seat was stapled and how she created a slipcovered back.

shows you just how easy it can be to recover a chair. Just wait until I it isn't nearly as easy.

  • Mary

    Kathy, I never thought I could do it either. But if you can sew, you can do it. Here is the secret: cut rough sizes to fit over each section of the chair. pin the material together at the seam lines INSIDE OUT on the piece of furniture. adjust for fit and cut off any excess. sew the seam lines. put it back on the chair and make any final adjustments necessary. Try it with cheap muslin first. You will surprise yourself.