Rehabbed and Reupholstered Chairs

Some tasks are better left to an expert, so with the help of a trusted upholsterer, HGTV Magazine gave these tired chairs a second life.

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How to Transform a Sad Seat

Look for an upholsterer who offers free consultations, and go see his or her work up close in person. Discuss your style ideas, get an estimate and get started!

Garish fabric and nothing-special wood legs looked so dated on this chair, so green ikat-style upholstery was chosen, set off by high-gloss cream paint. Firm foam filling was added to the seat and back for extra comfort.

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