Have that uncomfortable chair with no padding that no one wants to sit in? Or maybe you found a cool-looking chair at a garage sale that’s far from functional.
No cushioning? No problem.
Create a comfy, washable, full chair cushion… no sewing required… in under 5 minutes!
Another reason I love this easy DIY project is it allows you change the look and style of your chair by simply changing the “cushion cover” itself as you can see with another chair I found at a local Goodwill for $6.
Estimated Time to Complete
Once you have the items needed (which we’ll get to in a moment), this design solution takes less than two minute.
Level of Difficulty
Easier than easy.
The cost ranges from FREE if you already have the items needed (listed below) in your home... or up to $40 if you need to purchase everything.
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For best results, create for a chair with armrests, keeping the cushion in place.
Once you have the items needed…
And that's it. Like I said, this project takes less time than to read this post!
If you like this post, then check out my single-seam, removable, washable pillow cover and other under-an-hour, easy furniture DIY ideas... and the removable, zipped pillow cover.
In the meantime, put the fun back into functional stylish living… in under an hour!
Having Trouble Getting Started?
I used to feel the same way too. After all, who wants to put time into a project that may not work in their specific home? That's why I created this Quick DIY Check Prep (List) for getting you started on those projects that actually enhance your home. I use this when starting any home DIY endeavor... big or small.
Knowing the "whys" of your home projects not only helps you with the "hows" but keeps you focused on the DIY endeavors that will matter for you... saving you time and money.
The Under-an-Hour, Home DIY Warrior