Recovering Furniture

Are stains or undesirable fabric on your sofa creating an eyesore? Before you spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on a brand new one, consider purchasing a slipcover instead. For significantly cheaper than buying new, the stains are covered up, you get beautiful new fabric, and the comfort you love is still intact.

Slipcovers can also be considered if you find the perfect couch in our ReStore, but you are not sure you love the fabric. For a fraction of the cost of buying brand new, you can take home a gently used sofa in great condition, recover it, and enjoy it for years to come. Slipcovers can be used to cover sofas, love-seats, and chairs.

Sofa Slipcover

Similar to sofas, dining room chair cushions can also be recovered to keep up with your changing desires. Almost as simple as a slipcover, simply choose a fabric, and follow instructions from The Chronicles of the Home to create a brand new look for dining room chairs.

Dinging Room Recover

Here at Habitat for Humanity ReStore Metro Maryland, we have sofas, chairs, dining room sets & chairs, and many other wooden furniture pieces. When you browse through our selection furniture, be sure to remember that even if you love the style, but hate the fabric, you can still make it your own by recovering it. Our inventory is constantly changing so be sure to check back often!

SofaChairs

These ideas were inspired by the following blogs:
Made Man – How to Put Slipcover on Sofa
http://www.mademan.com/mm/how-put-slipcover-sofa.html

The Chronicle of the Home – {Tutorial} How to Recover Dining Room Chairs
http://www.thechroniclesofhome.com/2013/08/tutorial-how-to-reupholster-dining-room.html

Slipcover Image
http://www.pinterest.com/mommy00070809/couch-covers/

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