Cover Of A Vanity Stools
Vanity stools is a short, little overstuffed seat traditionally used in front of the ladies vanity. Because of their height, their use as footstools or extra seating in the bedroom or other parts of the home. The original fabric on makeup stool is often dated or shredded maturity. Update tool quickly and easily to a range more suited to your own style and taste, and makes your vanity stool a piece of furniture to be proud of.
4 Photos Gallery of: Cover of a Vanity Stools
Turn your vanity stool upside down and locate the screws on the bottom that holds the upper piece of the pallet in place. Remove all of these screws with your screwdriver. Set the screws aside in a safe place. Slide the top of the vanity stool up and out of the frame. Carefully remove the fabric from the top piece of feces, being careful not to rip or tear it down if possible. Place the top piece to the side.
Add your new fabric right side down on a hard surface. Place your old fabric on top of your new fabric. Flatten the old fabric as much as possible with the help of hands. Place the letter presses the edges of the flattened old fabric to keep it flat and in place on the new fabric. Trace the outline of the old fabric of the new fabric.
Remove paperweights and the old fabric from the new fabric and cut out the new fabric on the line you drew. The center piece of new cloth over the top piece of your vanity stool. Adjust the fabric until it is positioned just as you want it. Hold the fabric in place with your hands and turn the piece upside down. Staple fabric in place in the middle of one of bottom edges of the upper piece of stools.
Turn the top piece of stool over to smooth the fabric and tighten; flip this bit of back and staple directly from the page you are stapled. Repeat on the other two sides, stopping between the staple to smooth the fabric over the top of the podium. Place the top piece stool so that staple side is facing up. Excess fabric bunch at the corners. Start in a corner and gather the fabric between the thumb and forefinger. Pull the fabric as hard as you can and staple it neatly on the underside of the upper part. Repeat with the other 3 corners. Replace the top piece of the frame and screw.