Professional restoration of chairs making by own hands

If you have a desire to change something in the interior, then prepare for the fact that it will not be easy. It’s not enough to take and peel the wallpaper to paste new ones. It is necessary to understand that the rearrangement in the house draws for itself a quite voluminous kind of work. First you need to sit down and consider the interior design. Today, the network lays out a lot of books and ads on the theme of interior design. But not everyone has time to read. People with wealthy hires professionals in the field of interior design, since they can afford it. People who have an average budget, try to make minor repairs with their own hands. And what if there is no money and change something you want?
The Internet has come to the aid, in which there is a mass of master classes on the topic of interior change.

Sometimes it is enough just to restore the old furniture, but this requires diligence. Most people prefer to get rid of the old to buy a new one. Only pedantic people are ready to restore their furniture themselves.
In our selection we will show a couple of master classes on the restoration of furniture, but prepare for the fact that this is not for lazy people.

Necessary materials and tools

For the restoration of chairs will need:

  • sandpaper;

Sandpaper is required to clean the surface of the furniture from varnish cracks, irregularities and chips. It is necessary to completely sand the stool (wooden structure) for a smooth application of the primer.

Sandpaper is required in order to clean the surface of furniture from unevenness, chips and cracks in the varnish
  • quick-drying varnish (transparent or toned);
If the chair is antique, then it needs to be restored very carefully. Be sure to allow time to dry the applied compound
  • metal washers and bolts (screws);

  • paint;

  • fabric for upholstery;
            Suitable tapestry, flock, matting, etc.
  • foam rubber;
Antique chairs come with fillers of sea grass and horse hair, replace them with paralon
  • plywood;

  • springs.
    Antique chairs come with springs in the seat area, so you need to find the same or similar.

The leaky seat is renewed by replacing the base with the lamellas and / or completely restoring the upholstery. A worn surface is freed from the old material.

The chair is prepared for further restoration:

  • cut a piece of plywood to the size of the seat;
  • paste on the basis of foam rubber (width – 3-4 cm);
  • fix plywood around the perimeter;
  • pull the upholstery fabric onto the finished substrate;
  • fix the material with a stapler and staples.

The restored chair can be additionally decorated – make the wooden surface lighter or darker, differentiate the back or legs.
You can use a wide variety of materials to update. With a good skill in carpentry, the restored chair acquires an individual style. This takes into account the material – the tree species, density, texture.

Antique chairs come with springs in the seat area, so you need to find the same or similar. Replace used in the old days as fillers of sea grass and horse hair on foam rubber

The fabric is chosen to be resistant to abrasion and mechanical impact, sufficiently dense. Suitable tapestry, flock, matting, etc. For an antique chair choose a decorative material with embroidery.

                                   Chairs included in the kit, you need to draw in one style

You can independently clean the wooden surface of old furniture and cover it with a transparent compound.

To update the chair, you need tools:

  • scissors;
  • roulette;
  • a hacksaw on wood;
  • screwdriver.
In advance, choose a wooden base in density and texture, cut it to size and use a pattern to decorate the desired pattern.

Important! It is necessary to use trees of similar density and texture.

                                          so look in the interior of the restored chairs

A plain seat is decorated with a smooth embroidery or applique. This must be done before the skin starts.
The wooden surface of the supporting structure and the back are laminated, that is, they are covered with a permanent varnish in several layers. The tone of the coating is selected closer to the natural shade of the tree (light, dark or moderate). The Vienna chair or any other one looks best in this design.

 

 

 

 

 

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