Let your couch has a better presentation by covering them in a lovely way. Here, you can surely renew your old furniture by making DIY furniture. This article shows DIY ideas to cover your couch on DIY couch cover ideas to refresh your space without buying a new sofa.
Patio Furniture Covers
Take your local fabric retailer to pick out your favorite pattern in customizing your patio furniture. Thus, you will get space that looks just the way you like it. The supplies and materials you need are outdoor fabric, cording for welting, pillow forms, batting, poly-fil, seam ripper, zipper, needles, Cushionsewing machine, zipper foot, regular presser foot, rotary cutter, mat, ruler, paper, pencil, sewing gauge, measuring tape, scissors, pins, and thread.
Faux Fur Chair Covers Cushion
It is time for you to boost style in your dining space. The supplies are faux fur, cotton fabric, vinyl, pillow inserts, and canvas trim. The result of this project is so cozy where you can purchase any chairs you like or use the existing one then give it a make-over with faux fur.
If the weather around you getting warmer, it is time to take it outside. Because since you will be spending a ton of time on your patio or deck. Therefore, you want to have all look great. Upgrade your faded cushions by recovering projects. Prepare your fabric, old cushion covers, seam ripper, tape measure, sewing machine with coordinating thread, and pinking sheers.
DIY Settee Slipcover
A setter is a long upholstered seat that often used interchangeably with a couch. The materials are linen, fabric, pin, sewing machine, iron, and pleat.
DIY Pom Pom Ottoman Slipcover
It is a whimsical feel project where the pom poms can be easily removed when you want to wash the slipcover. The materials you need are the fabric to cover the top and sides of your ottoman, yarn, velcro, ribbon, thread to match fabric and ribbon, scissors, straight pins, pencil, ruler, and sewing machine.
DIY Sofa Slipcover
For this sofa slipcover, you will not have to worry about constantly adjusting your cover every time someone sits down there. Although it takes extra work, the result will pay you. The materials you need are canvas fabric, felt, thread, upholstery zipper, velcro, and fabric marker. Then, the tools you need are a sewing machine, measurement tape, pins, ruler, and scissors.