Lounge chairs for living room sometimes referred to as “fading chairs,” are interestingly shaped bedroom and living room furniture. They generally have a length similar to a loveseat, but more resemble the shape of an overstuffed chair and footstool. If you have a chaise longue that has seen better days, you can revitalize an old piece of furniture as a chaise longue of reupholstering material to better coordinate with your favorite style décor.
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Delete your previous pieces of paper, section for section. Use a screwdriver to pull clamps away from the wooden frame of the lounge chairs for living room. These pieces should be removed as carefully as possible so that they can be used as templates for your new material. Replace frame, wadding or clothing foam as needed. Before applying new material, make sure the chair is filled and well-formed. Use spray gun to expel foam on the frame of the chair as needed. Apply a second layer of spray glue to the top of the foam to keep your cotton wool in place before stapling your wad to the frame.
Drape a piece of thin fabric over the area that you want to recover. This step is only necessary if you could not keep your previous pieces of cloth. Trace the shape of the area you want to cover again. Fold your thin vertically to check for symmetry. Add an inch on all allowances before cutting your template from the replacement fabric. Pull your fabric over to the underside of your lounge chairs for living room. Staple the fabric pieces directly to the underside of the wooden frame. If your chaise longue has a few bent edges, fold your fabric over the inch as you tighten it in place.