Chairs like mine are easy to re-cover. I flipped the chair over and un-screwed the chair pan. I then used the chair pan as the pattern for cutting out the fabric.
I found a nice upholstery fabric at Len's Mill and because it was the end of the bolt, got an extra 15% off the price of the fabric.
I cut the fabric about 3 inches bigger than the chair pan. Using a staple gun, I tightly stapled the fabric onto the chair pan, leaving the previous covering for added cushion. I then screwed the chair pan back onto the chair.
I scotch guarded the new fabric after the chairs were done to help reduce future fabric stains.
|Unscrew the chair pan from the chair|
|Use the chair pan as pattern for cutting out fabric, allowing for about 3 inches bigger than pan|
to fold over back and secure.
|Using staple gun to secure fabric onto chair pan|
|Finished Results !|