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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Two-tone upholstery (navy linen on the seat cushion and seat back, and a modern persimmon and navy branch pattern on the frame) was used and antique-brass-finish nail heads were added as trim. Fabrics: Solid: Metro linen in blue, $13 per yard, warehousefabricsinc.com; pattern: Prasana American Beauty by John Robshaw, $35 per yard, housefabric.com

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