Hi Brandy! 4 Casters: Approx. I am going to give it a try – maybe even this afternoon. This Phoenix wooden ottoman bed frame is made by a company called Birlea. Wow! Cover the cardboard with fabric that matches the fabric you used on your ottoman. Opt for an ottoman that is the same height as your sofa cushions for a practical height that is equally great for placing drinks and acting as a footrest. The batting and fabric should line up with the bottom edge of the ottoman and extend two or three inches past its top.

This is the story of a beautiful ottoman who began its life like this… We’ve had this ottoman for six years and it’s held up amazingly well until the hinges started acting up. Some ottoman coffee tables have hidden storage too – … I’d love for you to share it with my Recipe and Crafts Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/. It fit nice and snug, perfect! My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. Measure the perimeter of the ottoman as well as its height without the top attached. Thanks for sharing at Creative Ways Link Party. Ottomans, sometimes also known as footstools or pouffes are most often used in living rooms. Brandi it looks beautiful, I love to repurpose items in my home too.

Ottoman: Ours was $99 at Homegoods 2. I honestly can’t remember! I started by stapling the lining back into place. I am hosting a new link party called Sweet Inspiration. Love love love it! (pic 1), That was the only thing I sewed for this whole project. We’ve had this ottoman for six years and it’s held up amazingly well until the hinges started acting up. Don’t be shy with the glue gun! Smiles! Ottoman coffee tables are cool and pretty easy to work with, especially if you like casual decors because no matter how much you try you could never make a space look completely formal if there’s an ottoman coffee table at its center.. That’s actually one of the things that we love most about these hybrid pieces. If you make one of my projects, I’d love to see it! Basically, @orientaltrading outdid themselves this year with, Dying over Ruby’s thumbprint Grinch ornament (th, Knocked off another thing on my always-growing che, Doorstep Meals: Can we send you some healthy pre-m, Cinnamon baking chips seem to be a seasonal thing, https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/. So I’ll go ahead and share yet another “How to Reupholster” project with any of you who might be feeling as ambitious as I was! The seat was super easy. Using cardboard that fully covers the inside of the lid also covers up the fabric and batting you’ve stapled there. Staple the fabric and batting along their edges to the underside of the top of your ottoman. You made it look so easy through the awesome tutorial too! This extra fabric can also come in handy if you make a mistake along the way. Glue in between the folds to keep the fabric from shifting. Hi Brandy, What a great save! Brandy this turned out beautiful. I hope you have an amazing day! My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. Cut fabric and batting according to your measurements. I decided to not deal with sewing a new cushion for the seat and just reupholstered over the existing fabric. This looks great! Spray the adhesive on the back of the batting and wrap it around the ottoman. Love the tutorial. Sometimes it doesn’t seem like it is worth the time and energy, but this DIY project definitely was. Secure fabric to inside of ottoman with a staple gun. I love baking, sewing, making cute things with my kids, and sharing what I've learned with all of you! As you can see, it doesn’t take much to learn how to reupholster a basic furniture piece like an ottoman or chair (with the exception of a cushioned swivel chair or recliner, ha!). Sewing would have taken much longer. Love the result of this project!

Then I tucked the corners in to create a finished look.

Lift lid to make sure it works. I'm Brandy, mother to 5 darling kiddos and a cute black lab named Toby. The Curator’s Collection & Making Broken Beautiful. No matter how you put it, they have an intrinsic dose of casualness and comfort. This post contains affiliate links. Before adding the hardware  I took it out to the garage and scotch guarded the heck out of both pieces. Make sure the fabric doesn’t pull. Ericka, thank you for letting me know. Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J! Place the covered top back on ottoman and screw the hinges back into base with the appropriate screwdriver.

There was some weird text in there where you were meaning to say ‘Can hardly” like a weird like you didn’t put in. You could definitely sew a nice cover, but this took about 10 minutes to finish. The underside of the ottoman was actually just plywood and lining. I’m getting ready to reupholster a sofa, I hope it looks as good when I am done. (pic 4). … btw … love the name of this blog as well If you would like to join in one more party I host Making Broken Beautiful every Thursday thru Sunday and the party has just begun. Leave the top part of the hinge, which is on the lid of the ottoman, attached. Tag me @gluesticksblog #gluesticksblog, Why I am Straightening My Teeth with SmileDirectClub ». This two hour project is great for beginners. Reattach any other hardware, such as feet or casters. Add a few inches to each side of your measurements to leave enough room for the upholstery foam and because the fabric will wrap inside the ottoman as well as beneath it on its base.