20 Easy To Make DIY Slipcovers That Add New Style To Old Furniture

4. Striped Slipcover For Kids’ Sofa

Striped Slipcover For Kids’ Sofa
I love those little kids’ sofas – they’re so adorable and perfect for giving the little ones their own place to sit. Those little sofas can get really dingy really quickly though and while you can normally take them apart and wash them, there’s no guarantee that they will go back together as they should. A slipcover is a much better way and this lovely striped slipcover is perfect for keeping that sofa clean and adding a bit of charm to your décor. This works especially well if the sofa in question has characters on it that your little ones may have outgrown.Tutorial/Source: carissamiss

5. DIY Dining Chair Slipcovers From Old Tablecloth

DIY Dining Chair Slipcovers From Old Tablecloth
I normally cover my dining room chairs around the holidays; you know, for added décor, but have you thought about making actual slipcovers for them? These may be among the easiest of all slipcovers to make and they add such a lovely look to your dining room. You don’t have to tuck and hide seams as much with dining room chairs as you do with sofas and other upholstered furniture and this is a great way to cover up any dinginess that your dining chairs may have gathered over the years and you can make these from an old tablecloth.Tutorial/Source: schoolofdecorating

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