Hello, my faithful readers! I’m back with another DIY project, but first I have to tell you a little bit of history.
I am a momma of three boys and as a new mom (many years ago), I had to have the Storkcraft Bowback Glider and Ottoman in our nursery.
We used the glider chair to rock all our boys to sleep at night until they were about 6 months old. It held up really well and served it’s purpose.
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We eventually got rid of the glider chair three years ago, but we held on to the ottoman. We use it as a hallway bench to sit on when dressing the kiddos up.
We’ve owned it for 8 years (my oldest son turned 8 yesterday :), and it was starting to fall apart and the upholster fabric is stained.
So yep, I decided to re-upholster it and bring it new life!
I used about a yard of some lightweight home decor fabric that I had left over from another project.
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For this project, I used
- About 3/4 of a yard of lightweight home decor fabric
- A staple gun with staples
- A piece of heavy-weight polyester batting
- A flat screwdriver
I truly enjoyed working on this project and I hope you enjoyed reading about it.
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