“Box-and-Assemble” Counter-Height Stool Update

As I am finishing up my Dream Workspace,

I decided to splurge on four counter-height stools for the work table.

stool_box

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.

stool_done

 

Step 1

The chair, hardware and Allen wrench come in the box.

You’ll also need an electric staple gun, fabric, pen and scissors.

stool_pieces

Step 2

Remove the metal frame from the seat.  

Measure the seat circumference, adding another three inches, and cut the fabric.

stool_Stapled_start

 

Steps 3-4

I stapled the four opposite sides, pulling fabric taught.

Then, I added four more staples in between, continuing to pull fabric taught.

stool_stapled_b1

Steps 5-6

Continue stapling, pulling fabric taught as you go.

Re-attach metal seat frame.

stool_stapled_done

 

Step 7

Assemble chair, following included instructions.

stool_done_side

Viola! That’s all there is to it!

stool_done_top

stool_done

 

Not bad for a “box and assemble” counter-height stool!

 

Have a great week! – –  Joanne

 

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