As I am finishing up my Dream Workspace,
I decided to splurge on four counter-height stools for the work table.
Well, inexpensive “box-and-assemble” stools that is – - as in “Tar-Jay”.
Didn’t like the blah upholstery, so I updated the seats with fabric I have on hand.
I was tempted, but decided not to paint the metal parts.
The chair, hardware and Allen wrench come in the box.
You’ll also need an electric staple gun, fabric, pen and scissors.
Remove the metal frame from the seat.
Measure the seat circumference, adding another three inches, and cut the fabric.
I stapled the four opposite sides, pulling fabric taught.
Then, I added four more staples in between, continuing to pull fabric taught.
Continue stapling, pulling fabric taught as you go.
Re-attach metal seat frame.
Assemble chair, following included instructions.
Viola! That’s all there is to it!
Not bad for a “box and assemble” counter-height stool!
Have a great week! – - Joanne