How Do You Reupholster A Parsons Chair?
Parsons chairs are very popular and tend to come as part of a dining table and chair set. Whether you want to banish the traditional leather upholstery they usually come with, add matching fabric to color coordinate with your room or create a style statement by giving each of your dining table chairs a different look, you’re in luck, because Parsons chairs are one of the easiest reupholstery projects for beginners or those with little knowledge of the art of recovering furniture. With no fussy arms, skirts, cushions or wings to contend with, reupholstering a Parsons chair can be done in no time at all. Pull or unstitch existing upholstery fabric from the chair, taking care not to damage the stuffing underneath. Remove any remaining upholstery tacks or staples that are sticking out with needlenose pliers to avoid cutting yourself or ripping the upholstery fabric later on. Lay a piece of fabric big enough to cover the front, back and sides of the upright part of the chair over the front