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lysearedwolf
« on: June 05, 2008 11:28:12 PM »

I have a computer chair which has been well used by my family, and while sound, has seen better days.
(please ignore the mess, my house is in a constant state of flux)
I don't have any working photos, but I recovered the chair in a purple/blue fabric I've had for years.  It's sort of a mix between umbrella fabric and lining, kinda silky but it feels water repellent.  Anyway, I love the results.  Although, I'd like to take metallic gold and silver pens to it and add celestial patterns at some point.

front

from the side

the back of the chair
I'm so happy with my "new" chair!
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« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2008 10:48:56 PM »


Wow! I have a chair that looks just like this and I never even considered recovering it.
Yours looks so great now I'm gonna have to try.
Thanks   Grin

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