It’s Easy Breezy time!
Time to recover a bench in under 15 minutes.
Easy Breezy Project 2 footstool cover
I was updating our cottage styled furniture in the cabin until…
I got tired of the dark cabin look.
So, into our cabin comes a lighter more farmhouse style. I’m going to make this work!
But I want something rustic.
Oh, disregard the missing beading on some areas, the footstool went through some puppy years! 🙂
The double ended screws hold the spindle pieces on to the board. Then top with foam, batting, and a cover, add trim and beaded trim and you have yourself a footstool.
But this post is not about making the footstool. It’s about a simple and fast recover.
The “Osage County” is a transfer on the burlap. I grew up in “the Osage.” Click here to see my transfer technique.
Notice the cottagey pattern shows through the burlap. I started to double the burlap…but I kind of liked it so I didn’t.
The ties come down to just under the board to help hold the cover in place.
Here’s the first easy breezy project.
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