Studs and nailhead trim are two fabulous accents for a whole range of leather fabrics for cotton more delicately printed. Using upholstery nails is not difficult if you are removing the original or add new ones. They are easier to remove than the clips, and much simpler than to add sophisticated trim that requires stitching. Upholstered dining chairs with nailheads can add new life to any old chair.
Instructions to upholstered dining chairs with nailheads: pop out old nails. Place the former prisoners in a bowl. Cut the old tissue. Remove old foam that is not in good shape. Spray foam that is in good condition with spray adhesive and press. Trim excess with a knife. Sprinkle a light layer of adhesive on the foam and attach the batting. Allow to dry. Lay the new fabric over the foam and batting.
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Cut the fabric, leave at least 1/8 inch extra outside the chalk line. Tuck than 1/8 inch under the edges and iron them flat. Pull the fabric stretched over the foam and batting, and secure with a few staples. Replace the nails removed by touching them to place with a small hammer, or give the upholstered dining chairs with nailheads a more complete makeover.