- It only needs to be somewhat comfortable unless you're planning to spend hours sitting in it. I suggest you sit in it and judge for yourself.
- Make sure the joints are tight, not wobbly. It can be reglued, but unless you have a large collection of clamps, you may have to pay a pro to do it.
- Make sure it is worthy of the time and money you may put into it. Fabric, foam, nailheads, paint, (not to mention time) can add up to a large investment.
|I painted this one white and covered the seat in khaki checked fabric.|
|I painted this chair black but had it professionally upholstered |
with a great leopard fabric from Hobby Lobby.
|Refinished oak with leafy print fabric seat.|
|Vanity stool with black and white ticking seat.|
|Refinished oak rocker with new chenille seat.|
|Refinished oak again (love that arts and crafts style oak)|
|Black paint and fun ribbons added to cover reglued spindles.|