How to Reupholster a Victorian Chair?

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Victorian type of chairs are carved and usually featured with antique look. They may be cushioned, upholstered or plain wood. They differ in size and type of wood.
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Victorian chairs are typical made of a wooden frame, but then have upholstered seats and backs. The patterns on the upholstery will vary. These chairs can commonly be found with antique dealers.
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1. Remove current upholstery fabric to be used as templates. You can do this by removing the staples that were holding the fabric in place with the flat head of a screwdriver. It
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Your eastlake platform rocker looks great and was made around 1880. the trim around the back and seat is called gimp, it is either glued or stapled or nailed on and will come off
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1. Dust the chair thoroughly. Use a toothbrush or similar medium-stiff brush to scrub the dirt out of any intricate carvings. This will allow you to examine the ...
1. Remove current upholstery fabric to be used as templates. You can do this by removing the staples that were holding the fabric in place with the flat head of ...
1. Dust the chair thoroughly. Use a toothbrush or similar medium-stiff brush to scrub the dirt out of any intricate carvings. This will allow you to examine the ...
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