Posted by on Jul 25, 2017 in Counselling | 0 comments

It’s not the holiday season, but you want to create festive dining chairs embellishments. You have guests over for dinner and you want to make a good impression. After all, you’re not throwing parties every day. You have considered giving the dining chairs a makeover for some time now, but you didn’t knew what to do. When it comes to updating seating, the possibilities are endless. What you need for this kind of undertaking is craft store materials, find ribbon for sale, and willingness, of course.


Tie ribbon around the chairs

Ribbon is one of the most popular ways of beautifying dining chairs. And one of the most affordable ones too. Wrap ribbon around the seating, beginning and ending at the back. It’s recommendable to wrap the trimming around the back of the dining chair 2 times. When you’re done, cut the material a couple of inches up from the floor. An angled sash works just as well. If you don’t find any of these ideas tempting, you can hang ribbon at the back of the dining chair. They easily change the look of the room.  That’s what ribbons do.

Use chair slipcovers

You don’t have to pay for expensive furniture. Chair slipcovers are here to help you. Chair slipcovers are cute, but they don’t only change the appearance of your dining chairs. They change the feel of the room. They’re available in different colours, textures, and styles, so you will find something to match your home’s colour scheme. If you’re not willing to spend your hard earned money on slipcovers, make your own. You have sewing skills and you should better put them to good use. You can also use men’s T-shirts. Yes, men T-shirts bring a happy feel and they protect your dining chairs from wear and tear.

Make dining chairs cushions

Chair pad cushions not only make your guests comfortable, they look great too. Making chair pad cushions can be easily made, if you have the right skills and a good sewing machine. Get your stitching equipment. To give your dining chairs a new look cut the size fabric that you need and trim the fabric to be the liner on the bottom of the seat cover. To have a cushion sew the 3 sides together and add he necessary batting. Last but not least, sew the last side. Make as many chair cushions as you need.