My sofa isn’t exactly something I should be proud of. In fact, it’s almost a decade old, and certainly looks the part! I can’t bring myself to part with our first sofa and I’m looking for a fast way to update it! I have just the thing: keep reading for 10 DIY slipcover projects. These will make you feel like you’ve gotten an entire new set of furniture!
Head on over to Tatertots and Jello to learn how to make this bright turquoise slipcover. The bright blue will definitely bring the feeling of summer indoors!
Interested at making your own linen slip cover? Linen can be a tricky fabric to craft with, but Centsational Girl can give you the full 411. You may be surprised at how doable this is! Your friends will ask you how much you spent!
Dress up a wooden kitchen chair (while making it a little bit more comfortable!) with this slipcover DIY project from Ana White. If you are feeling ambitous enough, you can use a different color of fabric for each chair. Adding color is always a great idea!
You can never go wrong with a bright, white sofa! Throw it in the wash whenever it needs a bath. Find the tutorial over at Honeybear Lane.
If I didn’t tell you that this sofa was covered in a slipcover, would you believe me? I didn’t think so! This DIY dropcloth slipcover came from Anna Bellea, and you would never guess that it was one!
It’s possible to even cover your sectional with a slipcover! Although it looks intimidating, sewing a cover for your sectional is often easier! See how they did it at The Nester.
Head on over to Our Vintage Home Love to see how she created a slipcover for her ottoman. She used a coffee sack. Seriously!
Slipcovers aren’t just for your furniture pieces! Create slipcovers for other items in your home. Here, Laura Gunn shows us how to create slipcover for a milk-crate storage system.
House Beautiful totally revamped these breakfast nook benches. Head over to her blog to see how she went from drab to fab, in no time at all!
Tired of your bland and boring office chair? I am too! Cozy Cottages Slipcovers has a really easy tutorial that shows you how to revamp any office space.
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