Most small storage ottoman is cube-shaped or chest-balanced with a raised or hinged top. This type of ottoman is designed to be a footrest unit, seat and storage. Usually, if the fabric gets dirty or torn, it is necessary to upholster both the top with hinges and the sides so everything matches. Often, the design of modern Ottomans is simple, which makes covering the articles fast and inexpensive.
Ideas for upholster a small storage ottoman; remove the fabric from the ottoman. Typically, the upper and lower part is joined separately. You may need a staple remover, clay hammer, pliers, flat screwdriver, or similar removal tools. Then open any seam using a seam extractor. The iron of the pieces of the cover. If necessary, label each piece. And then place the pieces on the new ottoman fabric. Pin the old cover with the new fabric. Also, be sure to match the pattern of the new fabric has a design. And then cut out the new covers.
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Place the top cover on the ottoman cover. Place the cover in a way that is similar to how the original cover is attached. Tail is applied along the edge of the ottoman cover where the tissue will be stapled. Then pull the taut bent edge, and staple the center of the folded and sewn edge to the bottom of the lid. Staple the top, bottom, left and right, starting at the center and working towards the corners. The staples should press the tissue in the glue. Double fold their corners and staples to finish. And then sew the side seams of the new cover. Sew a double stitch to make the stitching stronger.