Decorating Using Slipcovers For Chairs And Sofas

admin post on December 9th, 2012
Posted in Squidoo Lenses

Decorating. Interior design. It’s all a great passtime. There are hundreds and hundreds of ways you can spruce up your home, and lots of lenses to look at! When you consider the amount of rooms you have, like bathrooms, kitchens and living rooms, you can see how quickly the items you can mess around with add up. From slipcovers on furniture, to picture frames and even candles the possibilities are endless.

Take slipcovers for wingback chairs for instance. You have an old wing chair, it looks kind of ratty. It is dusty, frayed and looking rough. A simple slipcover for that wing chair would cost $50 and you could put it on and the chair would look brand new again. Want plaid? Want leather? It’s all good. There is nothing wrong with fixing up the chair! This lens on slipcovers for wingback chairs can help you decide what you want.

Of course you could paint the chair if there is any wood on it. You could try to reupholster it even though that can be very costly and perhaps not worth it when you consider you could probably buy a new wing chair for the price of doing that. Furthermore, the time it would take is valuable as well. So when you consider everything, it is probably best to just buy a slipcover for the wing chair and be done with it. Which again brings about the suggestion you should check out that link to the lens.

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