Tufted Accent Chair – First place decorative ribbon or piping around the seam of the chair. This may be attached by hand with needle and thread or more simply with a string of hot glue. Simply align the area to cover with hot glue and carefully push the adjustment in place. Use a contrasting to add interest to the chair looking color. Second, make a loop around the base of the chair back. This is an easy trick customization that can be changed to coordinate with the season. For example, using material raffia or floral garlands in the spring. In winter use white, silver, gold, red or green fabric in place.
Third, give a chair a tufted effect adding buttons. For this option, drill holes at the back of the chair you want the formation of knots. Through cloth buttons and pull the front to the back of the chair. Place tie tightly in the back. This will create tufted indents in the front of the chair. Cover the back of the chair with more adhesive fabric or wood veneer. Forth, Paint or embroider a monogram in the chair. This will give your dining room chair a custom look. Make a template with your monogram chosen, then paint directly to the chair frame or fabric. Embroidery is a project over time, but this can add to the fabric before it is covered. Monograms embroidered products are available in stick-or iron-on at the craft store, as well.
Fifth, wrap the legs, arms and exposed part of the chair with decorative recording. Select the recording that complements the look of the chair. In one, rustic country kitchens, wrap the wire frame jute and hot glue the material in place. Six, accent chair with cushions and pillows. If you want a simple, low-budget solution to give a more personal side chair, cushion or pillow can easily do the trick. You can make these pillows yourself or buy them at a store. For something unique, look at flea markets or antique shops of interesting decorative options.