Upholstered Piano Bench

Virginia from LiveLoveDIY used an old Goodwill piano bench (a $5 score!) to recreate her very own version of Ballard’s $400 Simone Bench. The project literally only cost $5 and less than an hour of time. If you are wondering how Virginia pulled it off, she likes to save money by using pillow stuffing instead of foam. You don’t even need a staple gun for this project – just a hammer and glue!

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Upholstered Toddler Chair

After coming up with a design for a DIY slipper chair, Gina from Lady Goats built a pint-sized version for her toddler daughter. Gina used scrap wood for the frame and then upholstered the seat with a fun floral fabric. Despite her claims to know nothing about sewing or upholstery, Gina’s chair looks amazing. Hopefully […Read More]

Upholstered Accent Chair

Who doesn’t love a big, comfy chair? Over at The Design Confidential you can find the plans to build your own suite chair inspired by Pottery Barn Teen. Cher-Ann from Design Studio C built and upholstered this chair for her daughter as a part of her new teen room. It’s the perfect spot for reading, […Read More]

Nailhead Trim Upholstered Headboard

Heidi from Budget Wise Home created her own king-sized headboard by upholstering a piece of plywood and then adding nailhead trim. The fabric and nailhead detail lend a look of natural sophistication to the room. Heidi’s knockoff cost $100 to create. Heidi was inspired by the Nailhead Upholstered Headboard from West Elm. Check out Heidi’s […Read More]