I picked up this little bench at an Estate Sale for $5. I thought it would be the perfect edition to my breezeway.
It just needed to be spruced up a little. The existing fabric was pretty grungy.
All it took was some fabric, a stapler, and fabric scissors. I stared at my gigantic fabric library for about 10 minutes but nothing was standing out to me. I decided to go to the fabric store to find exactly what I wanted. This fabric was on clearance and cost me a total of $4.
I wanted something that would compliment my rug. The rug has so many colors and a small, striped pattern so the large patterned, two colored, simple fabric works well with it.
First I spray paitned the base. I used three coats of leftover white spray paint and primer in one and one coat of clear finishing paint. The Reupholstering was simple - just folded the fabric and stapled it every few inches. Nothing fancy.
The whole project cost me under $10!
Have a beautiful day,
Hannah & Tyler
We are a home renovation and real estate duo sharing the renovation of our mid century tri-level, along with flips and new builds. We created this blog as a resource for our readers, helping home owners, travelers and future friends to learn how to renovate efficiently, and affordably!