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We reupholstered our client's antique armchair in Maxwell Fabric's Gig Harbour in Vanilla with contrast cording, buttons and the back panel upholstered in a William Morris textile.

We reupholstered our client's antique armchair in Maxwell Fabric's Gig Harbour in Vanilla with contrast cording, buttons and the back panel upholstered in a William Morris textile.

If I could find on of these at a yard sale and repair it, it would be awesome for my room!

If I could find on of these at a yard sale and repair it, it would be awesome for my room!

sabbespot: Nashville! + new projects + my favorite room ever

sabbespot: Nashville! + new projects + my favorite room ever

3. Reupholster an antique. Taking on an upholstery project takes some serious DIY skills — but if you are patient and willing to learn, it can be done. Andrea Mihalik of the reupholstery biz Wild Chairy learned her craft by reading an upholstery book and recommends that potential DIYers do the same. Tips: Take photos at every step as you take apart your chair; save the original fabric pieces to use as a pattern.

3. Reupholster an antique. Taking on an upholstery project takes some serious DIY skills — but if you are patient and willing to learn, it can be done. Andrea Mihalik of the reupholstery biz Wild Chairy learned her craft by reading an upholstery book and recommends that potential DIYers do the same. Tips: Take photos at every step as you take apart your chair; save the original fabric pieces to use as a pattern.

3. Reupholster an antique. Taking on an upholstery project takes some serious DIY skills — but if you are patient and willing to learn, it can be done. Andrea Mihalik of the reupholstery biz Wild Chairy learned her craft by reading an upholstery book and recommends that potential DIYers do the same. Tips: Take photos at every step as you take apart your chair; save the original fabric pieces to use as a pattern.

3. Reupholster an antique. Taking on an upholstery project takes some serious DIY skills — but if you are patient and willing to learn, it can be done. Andrea Mihalik of the reupholstery biz Wild Chairy learned her craft by reading an upholstery book and recommends that potential DIYers do the same. Tips: Take photos at every step as you take apart your chair; save the original fabric pieces to use as a pattern.