Today I started a reupholster class (6 sessions) and decided to reupholster this wingback chair that I had bought years ago from the thrift store for $60. In this video, I show you how I was taught to teardown a wingback to remove the back and sides of the chair. I won’t be finished this chair until closer to the end of the month. So be sure to subscribe because I’ll be posting along the way all the great professional reupholster tips and tricks I learn! You don’t want to miss the finished project!
In PART 2, I’ll share with you the tools I’m using, along with the materials needed to reupholster this wingback chair!
WATCH THE ENTIRE SERIES:
PART 1 – Taking apart the wingback chair:
PART 2 – Dissecting the inside of the wingback chair:
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